Low-cost carrier Wizz Air has ditched fees for cabin baggage in an effort to bring itself in line with rivals easyJet and Ryanair.
The new policy, which went live yesterday on October 29 means passengers are now allowed to travel with one, larger-sized bag, up to 55x40x23cm with a maximum weight of 10kg, free of charge.
Previously, customers faced charges of €10 - €18 depending on route.
Passengers can pick up duty-free goods purchased at the airport after a security check.
Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, will offer its Wizz Priority service for travellers who want to carry on an extra small bag (up to 40x30x18cm).
The add-on, which costs between €5 - €10 when bought in advance, also offers priority boarding.