Information On Passengers

 

General information

All passengers, their HOLD and cabin luggage must undergo security screening before entering security restricted areas. Screening is done at checkpoints manually, with security equipment’s and / or combinations of both methods. The primary objectives of security controls are to prevent:

  • Introducing prohibited items into the restricted security areas and following on the aircraft.
  • Possible acts of unlawful interference (egg abduction, sabotage or attack with explosive devices).
  • The list of items that cannot be taken on board the aircraft can be found on the list of prohibited articles while booking the flight and be informed with the terms of international air transportation.
  • The equipment’s used during security controls are not harmful to the electrical or electronic equipment of the passenger (egg lap-top, camera, Ipod,

Liquids

  • Due to security reasons, the transport of liquids to the cabin baggage is subject to strict measures during controls.
  • liquids include: gels, pastes, lotions, juice / solid mix, toothpaste, hair gel, drinks, syrup, presumed materials (shaving paste, deodorant, etc.).
  • Only the following liquids can be taken in the cabin baggage and must be presented in the security control points:
  • Duty free in special and sealed bag / bags. Items and invoices must be sealed inside the security bag that is available at the time of purchase;
  • Liquids in packages of less than 100 ml;
  • Special dietary medicines and products. Food for children;
  • All other liquids should be placed in the hold baggage;

Useful recommendations

Passengers can contribute to faster and more efficient security controls. How?

  • Prepare on time for their flight and receive information on items that cannot be taken on board of the aircraft;
  • Pack the only the items that are in accordance with the list of prohibited articles and the rules for liquids and hazardous materials allowed in cabin and hold baggage, so as not to endanger the possibility of stopping the flight or blocking the luggage;
  • Liquids that are transported to the cabin (in packages not exceeding 100 ml) should be placed in plastic bags as specified;
  • Arrive at the airport at an appropriate time to avoid possible delays and stress during the departure procedures;
  • If in possession of firearms, be immediately reported to check-in personnel;
  • When preparing for passenger and cabin baggage control, place metal items, watches, coins, and other similar items in the hand baggage so as not to lose or forget or to place in plastic baskets X-ray control;
  • When preparing for the control of passengers or hand baggage, to extract the plastic bag of liquids from the handbag;
  • When preparing for the control of passengers or hand baggage, distance from the baggage the laptop and other electronic devices and put them in plastic baskets in order to be controlled in a separate form;
  • Take off your jacket or coat and place it in plastic bags for separate control;
  • Be prepared to remove the mid belt and / or shoes and put them in plastic baskets for a split check, for example, required by the security agent;
  • Follow the instructions of security agents.

List of prohibited articles

List of prohibited items for cabin baggage (hand baggage).

Without prejudice to the application of technical safety rules, passengers are not allowed to carry the following items in the restricted security areas and on board the aircraft;

weapons – firearms and other heavy weapon mechanisms – capable or seemingly capable objects to discharge bullets or to cause wounds, including:

  • all firearms such as pistols, revolvers, rifles, shotguns;
  • toy guns, duplicators or imitations of firearms where incorrectly can be considered as genuine weapons;
  • parts of a weapon excluding the telescope;
  • Compressed air and carbon dioxide guns such as: pistols, rifles, rifles and bullet-gun;
  • signaling pistols or of this type;
  • bows, cross bows and arrows;
  • spear guns;
  • slingshot and catapult;

Stunning means – tools designed to stifle or freeze, including:

  • vibrating tools such as: stun guns, paralyzing tools and rubber sticks;
  • stunning animals and animal killers;
  • chemicals that affect interactivity, gasses and sprays such as: burning sparks, cake pipes, tear gas, acid sprays, and spray against insects;

Sharp or sharp edges capable of causing serious injury, including:

  • items designed to chop, such as: wool, wool and chopper;
  • ice skates and ice breaking;
  • Razor blades;
  • scalpel;
  • blade with a blade longer than 6 cm;
  • a scissors blade longer than 6 cm measured from the axis;
  • martial arts equipment with sharp edges;
  • swords and swords of horsemen;

Tools capable of causing serious injury or threats to the safety of the aircraft, including:

  • levers;
  • Drill and drill bits including electric drum without cord;
  • blade tools or arrows longer than 6 cm capable of being used as guns, such as screwdrivers and nails;
  • Sawmill, including portable electric saw blades;
  • welding pipes;
  • Door mounting tool and nail extension equipment;

Not sharp instruments – capable of causing serious injury when used to strike, including:

  • baseball bat;
  • golf stick and billiard sticks;
  • sports and martial arts equipment;

explosive and combustible substances – explosive and combustible substances and equipment capable of/or appearing capable of causing serious injury or threats to aircraft safety, including:

  • ammunition;
  • explosion cap;
  • detonators and fuses;
  • falsification or imitation of explosive materials or equipment;
  • mines and other military explosive devices;
  • fireworks and any other ignition;
  • a box or firing device;
  • dynamite, gunpowder and explosive plastic.

List of prohibited items for granary baggage (large)

Passengers are not allowed to carry the following items in their baggage:

Explosive articles, fittings and flammable substances – explosive devices and combustible substances capable of causing serious injury or posing a threat to aircraft safety including:

  • ammunition;
  • explosion cap;
  • detonators and fuses;
  • falsification or imitation of explosive materials or equipment;
  • mines and other military explosive devices;
  • fireworks and any other ignition;
  • a box or firing device;
  • dynamite, gunpowder and explosive plastic.