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Aegean Airlines - Carry On Rules Allow also a "Personal Item"?

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I have reviewed Aegean Airlines website which explains that you are permitted a "normal" size carryon bag (22") so long as it doesn't weigh more than 8 kg. But it doesn't say whether or not a "personal item" such as purse or briefcase is allowed also. That is the norm for US domestic flights but it has been a while since I took an flight within Europe. Our flights are from Rome to Athens and then later from Athens to Frankfurt. I am not as worried for the second flight as the checked bag on the Frankfurt flight is free. But a checked bag on the first flight must be paid for and it is almost twice as much if you don't pay for it until you get to the airport. (Germany is one of the exceptions to the changes the airline implemented last fall to charge for all checked bags on flights within Europe.)

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