Am I allowed to carry electronic cigarettes in my hand luggage at Eurowings?
Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes, PVs, etc.) may only be carried in hand luggage. It is not permitted to carry them in checked luggage.
The use of electronic cigarettes on board the aircraft is prohibited.
What electronic devices can I use on board a Eurowings plane?
Since March 2014, the use of electronic devices (such as tablets, smartphones and MP3 players) has been permitted on board all Eurowings flights, provided that the devices are set to flight mode. Hearing aids and pacemakers also pose no problem.
Special regulations in the emergency exit rows
Passengers sitting in rows with emergency exits must store their electronic devices securely in their hand luggage or in the seat pocket during take-off and landing. This regulation applies to all Airbus A319 and A320 planes operated by Eurowings.
Please note that instructions issued by the flight crew must be complied with.
The use of the following devices is prohibited:
- Mobile phones that are not in flight mode
- Devices that are operated via wireless technology (such as walkie-talkies or remote-controlled devices).
All regulations apply to Eurowings flights with an EW flight number, regardless of the operating airline. For our partner airlines' flights, which do not have an EW flight number, the conditions of the respective airline apply. These can be viewed on the airlines' own websites. These partner airlines currently include Lufthansa, SWISS, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Condor, United Airlines, Air Canada and All Nippon Airways.
What do I have to consider when taking smart luggage on a flight with Eurowings?
If you wish to check in your smart luggage for a flight with Eurowings, the lithium battery must be removed before check-in and carried in the cabin in your hand luggage. Even if the luggage is to be transported in the cabin, the lithium battery must be removed before departure.
Smart luggage with fixed batteries cannot be transported and is prohibited on board.