Overweighed Carry-on Not Allowed

Please not the important change in Beijing Airport regarding carry-on baggages. The 5kg limitation will be enforced from July 1, 2004. I am going to Beijing next Monday and this change has already impacted the way I package my stuff.

Dear Respected Passengers:

Please be noted:

As reported, to ensure the flight safety and avoid impact on boarding procedure due to overweighed baggage, starting from July 1, 2004, all X-Ray machines in Beijing Capital Airport will be added a overweighed carry-on baggage control device, all overweighed and oversized carry-on baggage will not be allowed to pass through security check X-Ray machines.

Starting from July 1, 2004, passengers traveling within China are required to limit their carry-on baggage to not more than 5 kilograms, all overweighed baggage will be required to be checked-in as checked baggage.

For details please call information desk at Beijing Capital Airport: 010-6459 9567

PASSENGER INFORMATION Carry-on items: A passenger holding first class ticket may carry 2 pieces of articles on board; a passenger holding business or economy class ticket may carry one piece only. The dimension of each piece shall not exceed 20 x 40 x 55cm and the total weight of the above two pieces shall not exceed 5 kg. The carry-on items in excess of the above mentioned piece, weight or dimension shall be checked-in as checked baggage according to regulations

4 thoughts on “Overweighed Carry-on Not Allowed

  1. I saw some big banners in Yichang airport yesterday, but noone said anything, even if people had the “usual” amount of bags and cases.

    What will happen if any gets “caught” for the crime ?

    Please post a comment here if you experience this, guys and girls !

  2. This is really useful information. My experience is that airlines tighten up and then find that actually operating it is really difficult and then it goes back to the original position. However Jian what happened to you on the trip to Beijing?

  3. I am in Beijing right now and I didn’t see any difference this trip. Maybe it only check outbound passengers in Beijing Airport. They also require passengers to check-in 1 hour before departure – instead of the 30 minutes rule before.

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