Please read the following 3 documents which is international regulations regarding your travel
- - List of prohibited articles
- - Dangerous articles not permitted in baggage
- - Passenger Rights
Check-in counter is opened 2 hours prior to flight.( It may be before depending on related airline's own rules)
Check-in closes 45/40 minutes before departure depending on airline rules.
Restriction of liquids in carry on baggage:
Beginning on November 6, 2006, new security screening rules are being applied in the European Union (plus Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Switzerland). Among other things, they restrict the quantity of liquids you may carry in your hand baggage. The new rules apply to all flights within the EU, both domestically and internationally. Checked baggage is not affected by the new restrictions. Transportation of any non-permitted objects in your cabin luggage is prohibited. Liquid items are only allowed when packed in containers with capacity of 100 ml/100 grams or less and placed in one clear closed and re-seeable plastic bag no larger than 1 liter capacity. The contents of the plastic bag must fit comfortably and the bag must be sealed. Each passenger may carry only one such bag of liquids. The bag must be presented for examination. Pictures of dangerous objects are displayed at every check-in counter.
Please note 'Liquids'include:
All drinks, including water, soup, syrups, Creams, lotions, oils, perfumes, lip gloss or lip balms, mascara etc.
Sprays and pressurized containers including shaving foam and spray deodorants, Pastes, including toothpastes, gels, including hair and shower gel and any other solutions and items of similar consistency.
Liquids may only be carried in containers no greater than 100ml.
You may carry:
Medicines, baby food and liquid included in a special diet you need during the flight.You may carry as much baby food and special diet food as you need during your journey by air. Essential medicines for the period of the trip are permitted only if passengers poses with them the supporting documentation from a relevant qualified medical professional. This also includes liquids that are used for medical purposes, such as blood products and rinsing fluids. You may take on board liquid items of any size that are purchased after the security check in the departure lounge. Most duty free or similar purchases will be given to you in a special sealed bag - do not open this bag until you have reached your final destination. You should also retain your proof of purchase throughout your journey as you may be required to show it at a transfer point.
Passengers are required to show passports for their identification at check-in, passport control and boarding gate.
The parents or guardians of children of 5 -14 year olds travelling alone should fill out the appropriate form to provide unaccompanied minor service which is available from the airline.