British Airways has halved how much hand luggage you can take on board

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British Airways British Airways has reduced the amount of hand luggage allowed onboard (Picture: File)

Airline passengers have apparently been trying to bring too much stuff with them on board planes.

So now British Airways is getting tough, and reducing the amount of baggage customers are allowed to take on.

People who fly with BA are allowed to bring on two pieces of luggage, but now the size of the ‘personal’ bag is being reduced by nearly half.

From August 18, the limit will be 40x30x15cm – compared to the 45x36x20cm that it is now.

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The main piece of hand luggage, often a wheel-on bag, will remain the same, at 56x45x25cm.

BA said it will speed up boarding, as the personal bag will be stored under the…

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