Baggage rules. Prohibited substances and items
Attention, dear passengers! We remind you about the rules for checked baggage and cabin baggage!
In accordance with the rules for transporting liquids on board of the aircraft, it is prohibited to carry in aircraft cabins: cosmetics, medicines, aerosols, liquids and gels in any containers. All of them must be checked in.
Medicines that may be required by passengers during the flight, as well as hygiene products, are allowed to be carried in cabin baggage after they are identified by the airport’s transport and aviation security services and pass the pre-flight security check procedures.
You can get additional information by calling +7 (347) 229-55-00, as well as at the check-in counters and at the pre-flight security check points in the terminals.
Transportation of small arms, equipment and dry ice is allowed in limited quantities and under certain conditions. For more information, please contact the air carrier.
Transportation of firearms in the cabin is not allowed.
Baggage weight and dimensions
The passenger’s baggage must not exceed the size and weight limits set by the airline’s rules. The free baggage allowance depends on the type of aircraft, the passenger’s class of service and the airline’s rules. The free baggage allowance is set by the carrier (airline) and is indicated in the corresponding column of the ticket. The dimensions of each piece of baggage must not exceed 203 cm in the sum of three dimensions. The maximum weight of one piece must not be more than 30 kg. The free cabin baggage allowance is also set by the carrier.
You can use the baggage wrapping services in the check-in area.
Excessive and oversized baggage, as well as animals, requires special clearance. Please contact the airline’s representative office in advance and specify the conditions of transportation of such baggage. For any questions related to damage or loss of baggage, please contact the baggage tracing agent by using the following phone number: +7 (347) 229-56-40.
The free baggage allowance is set by the carrier (airline).
The following items can be carried in addition to the free baggage allowance which is set by airlines, if they are in the passenger’s hands and are not included in cabin baggage:
- a backpack, the weight and dimensions of which are set by the carrier’s rules, or a ladies’ bag, or a briefcase together with things attached to the backpack, or bag, or briefcase;
- a bouquet of flowers;
- an outerwear;
- baby food for the child during the flight;
- a suit carrier;
- a device for carrying a child (a cradle, a holding system (devices) for children up to two years old, a pram and other devices) when transporting a child which dimensions are set by the carrier’s rules and allow them to be safely placed in the aircraft cabin in the overhead locker (compartment) above the passenger seat or under the seat in front of the passenger;
- medications, special dietary requirements in the amount required for the duration of the flight;
- crutches, canes, walkers, rollators and a folding wheelchair used by the passenger and having dimensions that allow them to be safely placed in the overhead locker (compartment) above the passenger seat or under the front seat;
- goods purchased in duty-free shops of the airport, packed in a sealed plastic bag, the weight and dimensions of which are set by the carrier’s rules.
Dangerous goods and substances prohibited for transportation
In order to ensure safety passengers are prohibited from carrying the following dangerous goods and substances in their cabin baggage or in their checked baggage:
- compressed gases-combustible, incombustible or poisonous: household gas, butane, oxygen, propane, charged scuba divers cylinders;
- caustic substances-acids, alkalis, batteries, mercury and devices containing mercury;
- explosives — ammunition, equipment, pyrotechnics, flares and lighting cartridges;
- flammable liquids and solids — lighter fluids, matches, and other flammable substances;
- radioactive materials;
- briefcases and attache cases with the built-in alarm devices;
- oxidizing agents — bleach and peroxides;
- poisons — arsenic, cyanide, insecticides, herbicides;
- infectious materials — bacteria, viral cultures;
- other dangerous goods and substances — magnetized materials, aggressive and irritating substances.