Travel Fluid restrictions
Air France (airfrance.com), France's flag carrier (Ref.1) and a major carrier in Europe, serves six continents, from cities within the African continent to destinations in South America, Asia, North America and throughout Europe. When planning your next business or vacation trip with Air France, knowing what they allow onto the plane, as well as your checked luggage, will help you decide what to pack and what to leave home.
Like all airlines, Air France sets weight and size restrictions to your checked luggage. If your luggage is more than 62 inches total (height, length and width) and weighs more than about 50 pounds - 70 pounds for first-class flyers - you'll be charged an additional fee.
The number of free checked luggage items depends on where you're traveling to and what type of cabin you'll be flying in. In general, first class and business class fare covers more free luggage bags, while economy class fare allows you one free luggage bag. For example, if you have an economy-class fare on Air France that flies from United States into Europe, you're allowed one baggage item at no extra fee. However, if you're flying first-class, you'll be allowed three luggage bags. Air France provides an online "Baggage Allowance" tool that lets you determine how many free bags you'll be allowed to bring as check-in luggage.
For most economy-class fare, you'll be allowed to bring one carry-on, which meets the dimension requirements - about 21.7 inches by length, 13.8 inches by width and 9.8 inches by height. With first-class fares, you'll be able to bring up to two carry-on with the same dimension requirements. In addition to your carry-on, you may take one accessory bag, such as a purse or laptop bag
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Why the restrictions on fluids on airplanes? | Yahoo Answers
because fluids can easily be mixed to make explosive and/or combustable materials which could blow up the plane
What are the fluid restrictions on commercial airplanes?
For carry on baggage, passengers are limited to as many 3-ounce bottles that fit in 1 quart-sized, clear, plastic, zip-top bag.