• Camping fuel cartridges and other canisters containing flammable compressed gas
    Prohibited in both hand and checked baggage

  • Cigarette lighters, matches and lighter fuel and firelighters
    A box of safety matches or a small lighter are permitted provided that there is only one item per person and it is carried on one’s person.

    The following items are fully prohibited in both checked and cabin baggage:

    • Lighter fuel
    • Strike anywhere matches
    • Lighters containing unabsorbed fuel other than liquefied gas (e.g. petrol lighters without cotton wadding)
    • Blue flame lighters/cigar lighters (lighters creating a narrow, pointed stream of flame whose temperature is significantly higher than that of common lighters).
    • All kinds of firelighters.

  • Alcoholic beverages 
    Only alcoholic beverages in the original sales packaging with an alcohol content of no more than 70% may be transported. If they are carried in hand baggage, other conditions relating to the transport of liquids, aerosols and gels must be met as well.

  • Confectionery, desserts, cakes, etc.
    Permitted in both hand and checked baggage provided that these are ready-to-eat products to be consumed directly. Ready-to-cook food containing liquid or gel components (marmalade, honey, Nutella, compote, syrup, peanut butter) carried in hand baggage is subject to the same restrictions as other liquids, aerosols and gels.

  • Marmalade, jam, honey, compotes, preserves, peanut butter and similar food
    When carried in hand baggage, the same restrictions apply as to other liquids and gels. Permitted with no restrictions in checked baggage.

  • Meat products, salami, sausages, cheese
    Permitted in both hand and listed baggage.

  • Solid food and foodstuffs, sandwiches, baguettes
    Permitted in both hand and checked baggage.

  • Solid and liquid baby food
    Permitted in both hand and checked baggage. However, when carrying liquid baby food in your hand baggage, only the amount necessary for the duration of the flight is allowed.

  • Baby powder and face powder, other solid cosmetic products
    Permitted in both hand and checked baggage.

  • Empty bottles and other empty containers
    Permitted in both hand and checked baggage.

  • Electronic devices and equipment, electronic cigarettes
    Permitted in hand baggage.

    Permitted in checked baggage only without a battery pack. Batteries must be carried separately in your hand baggage.

    Carrying high value electronic devices and equipment in checked baggage is generally not recommended as these items are considered to be valuable and fragile, and therefore the airline bears no responsibility in any case of damage to them.

  • Lithium batteries, accumulators and power banks
    Lithium batteries, common accumulators used for charging personal electronic devices on board (e.g. mobile phones, digital cameras) and power banks are only permitted in hand baggage.

    For information on taking other types of power sources (such as accumulators with free electrolytes), contact your airline.

  • Cameras and video cameras
    Permitted in hand baggage.

    Permitted in checked baggage only without a battery pack. Batteries must be carried separately in your hand baggage.

    Carrying high value electronic devices and equipment in checked baggage is generally not recommended as these items are considered to be valuable and fragile, and therefore the airline bears no responsibility in any case of damage to them.

  • Cordless power drills, cordless screwdrivers and other cordless tools
    Permitted in checked baggage only and without a battery pack. Batteries must be carried separately in your hand baggage.

  • Power banks
    Permitted in hand baggage only.

  • Electronic cigarettes
    Permitted in hand baggage only

  • Crutches and other mobility medical aids
    Permitted in both hand and checked baggage.

  • Insulin pumps, cardio stimulators and other life support devices
    There are no restrictions for passengers with these devices. Passengers are entitled to ask the security staff to conduct a physical security check instead of a check where electronic devices are used.

  • Body implants
    There are no restrictions for passengers with body implants. A doctor’s note is advisable, but not essential.

  • Hypodermic needles used for the application of insulin and other necessary medications
    Permitted in both hand and checked baggage. It is advisable to carry medications in their original packaging. A doctor’s note is advisable, but not essential. The cooling cases/bags are permitted as well (ice packs are not subject to the restrictions on the amount of liquids, aerosols and gels that can be carried in hand baggage).

  • Non-liquid medicines and medications, pills, etc.
    Permitted in both hand and checked baggage.

  • Liquid medicine, medical ointments and other medications
    Permitted in both hand and checked baggage. It is advisable to carry medications in their original packaging. A doctor’s note is advisable, but not essential. The cooling cases/bags are permitted as well (ice packs are not subject to the restrictions on the amount of liquids, aerosols and gels that can be carried in hand baggage).

  • Contact lens solutions
    Permitted in both hand and checked baggage.

  • Single-use safety razors
    Permitted in both hand and checked baggage.

  • Exposed shaving blades/razors
    Prohibited in hand baggage. Permitted in checked baggage provided that they are placed in packaging that can guarantee safe handling of the baggage (there can be no risk of injury to the baggage handling staff).

  • Sprays and pressure containers other than those for medical or cosmetic needs
    Prohibited in both hand and checked baggage.

  • Self-defense and paralyzing sprays, repellents and other items containing irritants
    Prohibited in both hand and checked baggage. Only repellent gels (creams) are permitted.

  • Umbrellas and sunshades
    Standard umbrellas are permitted in both hand and checked baggage. Umbrellas and sunshades that are large in size and have a sharp ferrule are permitted in checked baggage only.

  • Fishing rods, reels, lines
    Prohibited in hand baggage. Permitted in checked baggage only.

  • Consumer pyrotechnics, sparklers
    Prohibited in both hand and checked baggage.

  • Skateboards, longboards
    Small skateboards are permitted in both hand and checked baggage. Longboards are permitted in checked baggage only.

  • Tennis rackets
    Permitted in both hand and checked baggage.

  • Drones and other remote-controlled toys and models
    Permitted in hand baggage with the airline’s approval only. Permitted in checked baggage only without a battery pack. Batteries must be carried separately in your hand baggage.

  • Mini Segways, hoverboards, gyro boards
    Permitted in both hand and checked baggage. Spare strings are permitted in checked baggage only.

  • Stringed musical instruments
    Permitted in checked baggage only and without a battery pack. Batteries must be carried separately in your hand baggage. Due to their large capacity, taking the batteries onto the aircraft must be first authorized by the airline.

  • Camping tents
    Permitted in both hand and checked baggage. Tent stakes are permitted in checked baggage only.

  • Smart bags with an installed lithium battery
    If the Watt-hour rating of the battery exceeds 2.7 Wh, or if it is not clearly marked on the battery case, then the smart bag is prohibited from carriage in both hand and checked baggage.

    If the battery is removable, it must always be removed from the bag and carried in hand baggage.

  • Knives, scissors, corkscrews
    Permitted in checked baggage, with no restriction on their length. Must be packed in such a way as not to damage the baggage or injure the baggage handling staff.

    Only knives with blades no longer than 6 cm can be carried in hand baggage. As for multitool knives, the length of any of the tools must not exceed 6 cm.

    Tactical, combat, hunting and non-standard types of knives are prohibited completely, regardless of their length.

    Scissors with blades no longer than 6 cm as measured from the fulcrum are permitted.

    Corkscrews with a maximum length of 6 cm as measured from the handle or fulcrum are permitted.

  • Climbing equipment
    We recommend carrying it in checked baggage. Some items may be classified as dangerous.

  • Ice hockey sticks
    Prohibited in hand baggage but permitted in checked baggage. To find out more about the conditions of their carriage, please contact your airline directly.

  • Avalanche airbags, parachutes, life jackets
    Generally permitted in both hand and checked baggage, if the parameters meet the IATA DGR requirements. Authorization by the airline is required, so please contact your airline directly.

  • Airsoft guns, replica guns, toy pistols and gun-like toys
    Prohibited in hand baggage. Permitted in checked baggage; however, always inform the check-in staff that you carry them.

  • Urn with cremated human remains
    Permitted in hand baggage with the airline’s approval. A death certificate and a certificate of cremation are required. Cremated ashes must be securely packed in the original container.

  • Handcuffs, cable ties
    Prohibited in hand baggage but permitted in checked baggage.

  • Sleep apnea treatment devices, CPAP machines
    Permitted in both hand and checked baggage. If the device/machine contains a lithium battery, it can be carried in hand baggage only

  • Meals Ready to Eat (MRE)
    Permitted in both hand and checked baggage. We recommend contacting your airline in advance to find out more about the conditions of their carriage.

  • Cinematographic films
    We recommend carrying them in hand baggage only. The manufacturer of X-ray machines used for hand baggage screening at our airport guarantees film safety up to 1100 ASA/ISO.

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