Security Alert – For Cabin Baggage
Please note that new restrictions relating to the carriage of liquids, gels, lotions, pastes, cosmetics, foams and foodstuffs from all Airports.
• All liquids must be in individual containers not greater than 100ml capacity (in total).
• They must be placed in one transparent re-sealable bag, no larger than 20cm x 20cm (8″ x 8″) in size, and fit comfortably inside the bag so it can be fastened closed.
• Only one bag per passenger is allowed.
• Exemptions to the liquids rule applies for liquid medicines accompanied by a prescription or medical certificate and baby milk/food required during the flight.
• Duty free items purchased at airports of on board must be placed in a transparent sealed bag with the receipt stapled inside.
• We recommend that most items are placed in your hold baggage and only items of value or that you require whilst on board the aircraft are carried in your hand baggage.
IMPORTANT NOTE – Neither Airquest or the carriers are providing clear re-sealable bags required for the carriage of liquids in your cabin baggage.
Each passenger is permitted to carry ONE item of cabin baggage through the airport security search point. This item should weigh no more than 5 kilos with the total dimensions of 115 cms (45 inches). All items carried by passengers will be X-ray screened. Cameras, (including digital, small electrical items such as mobile phones, MP3 players and game consoles can remain in the bag for screening. However, all laptops and large electrical items must be removed from the bag and placed in a separate tray. Any kind of sharp items and lighters are not allowed on board.
For safety reasons, dangerous articles such as those listed below, must not be carried in passengers luggage.
• Compressed gases (flammable, non-flammable and poisonous) such as butane, oxygen, propane, aqualung cylinders.
• Corrosives such as acids, alkalies and wet cell batteries.
• Radio-active materials.
• Explosives, munitions, fireworks and flares.
• Flammable liquids and solids such as lighters or heater fuels, matches and articles which are easily ignited.
• Oxidizing materials such as bleaching powder, peroxides.
• Other restricted articles such as mercury, magnetized material, offensive or irritating materials.
• Poisons such as arsenic, cyanide’s, insecticides, weed killers.
• Briefcases and attaching cases with installed alarm devices.
• Any kind of liquids such as oil and alcohol
ATTENTION: It is reminded that the list of this dangerous objects is not complete. The transport of dangerous articles in the aircraft is considered offense and it’s been punished. For more information you are addressed to your agent or to the Carrier.