EasyJet, Ryanair, TUI and British Airways hit with new luggage rules by government

With travel restrictions starting to lift across Europe, British holidaymakers are considering the possibility of trips abroad. At the moment, people have been advised that they must only carry out 'essential travel', but when we do start to board planes again, we'll notice some big changes. The new guidance has been welcomed by Tim Alderslade, chief executive of Airlines UK, which represents major British carriers. He said: “They demonstrate how airlines can apply targeted and multi-layered measures to ensure air travel is safe for customers and crew.