Make sure that your baggage is appropriately labelled with your name and surname and that it doesn’t exceed the number or the free baggage allowance for the class in which you are travelling, which is stated on your ticket. If your baggage does exceed the free allowance you will have to pay an excess baggage charge at the ticket office.
It is important to write your name, address and telephone number on all items of baggage, including your hand baggage. Please make sure that you do not leave your baggage unattended in the airport.
Only one piece of hand baggage is allowed on board the flight (check size and weight restrictions with the airline). You may also carry the following items* with you:
- A handbag, purse or wallet or a laptop computer
- A camera, video camera or CD player
- A coat or anorak
- An umbrella or walking stick
- A pair of crutches or other walking aid
- A baby carrier and baby food
- Items to read on board
- Items purchased at the Duty Free shop or other shops at the airport (providing it does not exceed maximum weight or quantity restrictions).
To simplify security checks, you are advised to reduce the number of metallic objects carried and worn to the minimum.
(*) Some companies request the items inside the hand baggage.
For security reasons, it is forbidden to carry in the hand baggage objects which may be used as weapons.
The following items may not be carried, whether as hand baggage or checked in baggage:
- Alarmed briefcases
- Underwater torches with batteries
- Explosive substances such as fireworks or flares
- Any type of gas canister (irritant gases, self-defence sprays, camping stoves)
- Corrosive substances (acid, base or alkaline solutions, acid powered batteries)
- Explosive ammunition
- Flammable liquids and solids (lighter fuel, coloured paints, varnishes or detergents)
- Radioactive substances
- Oxidising substances
- Poisons or infective substances (mercury, bacteria cultures and viruses)
- Highly magnetic material