baggage which passenger hands over during the registration process and it is transported in the aircraft baggage compartments.
It is necessary to remove batteries from electronical devices and put it in the hand baggage
Airline determines the quantity, weight and dimension of luggage to be transported free of charge. All above it will be charged additionaly.
BAGGAGE AND DANGEROUS GOODS
Dangerous goods are materials and objects which may cause significant risk for health, safety, material goods and environment. Dangerous goods are forbidden for transport in checked-in and hand luggage.
Passenger must check the regulations for checked and hand luggage (limitations) in advance, as well as the regulations for prohibited items (dangerous goods) in air transport, depending on airline.
Following items must not be carried inside hold baggage:
- explosives, including detonators, grenades, mines;
- gas: propane, butane;
- flammable liquids;
- flammable substances and materials as magnesium;
- radioactive substances;
- oxides and organic peroxides;
- poisonous and infectious substances;
- corrosive chemicals, including mercury;
- vehicle engine fuel supply system components when containing fuel.
Contents of this list are not complete and identify only categories of forbidden items which must be removed from the hold baggage.
When items defined as dangerous goods are discovered on behalf of security check, dangerous goods regulations must be applied in accordance with internationally accepted packing regulations (Annex 18 – Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air; Technical Instructions for Safe Transport of Goods by Air (Doc 9284).
Dangerous Goods Regulations define possibility of exceptions related to hold baggage transport.