During take-off and landing larger devices must be appropriately stowed and turned off.
They must be turned off if placed inside checked baggage.
Check the regulation on the carriage of lithium batteries installed in electronic equipment or carried as spares.
Permitted during the flight
Enhance your flight experience by connecting your devices during all the flight phases in “flight mode” or equivalent.
Portable game consoles.
Personal computers with or without an external mouse.
Tablets and handheld pdas.
Wifi and GSM connection
You can connect to the wifi and data network on Iberia aircraft when the service is available. Enable data transmission when the mobile signal indicates it.
Initially available on long-haul aircraft (Airbus A340 and A330) equipped with the new seats and modern entertainment system.
By not using devices that affect the aircraft’s electronics you will be ensuring a safe flight for all.
Remote control games.
Computer or videogame peripherals.
AM and FM radios.
Wireless computer mice.
Some devices as hover boards, air wheels and solo wheels are now banned in both carry on hand baggage and checked hold luggage.
E-cigarettes (may be transported only as carry-on baggage).
*IBERIA adapts to Regulation 1042 of January 9, 2002 of the Spanish Civil Aviation Authority (operative bulletin 01/02) published in the Spanish Official Gazette on January 18, 2002 and to IATA recommendations.
- Use in “flight mode” only.
- Connect wifi only when the mobile signal indicates it.
- If there is interference, the crew may ask you not to use them.
- Some devices are banned during the flight.
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It should fall within the maximum standard measurements of 56x45x25cm. so you can carry it with you in the cabin during the flight.
You can take ski, golf, surf equipment, bicycles, wheelchairs, firearms, musical instruments and more onboard the aircraft with you.
Above 23 kg. And up to a maximum of 32 kg. A surcharge of 60€ per piece will apply as excess weight. With exceptions for Iberia Plus customers.