What items can I carry in my luggage?

What items can I carry in my luggage?

  • Alcoholic beverages with an alcohol content of more than 24%, but not more than 70% of alcohol by volume in containers of not more than 5 liters in containers intended for retail trade, and not more than 5 liters per passenger
  • Drills, saws, screwdrivers, crowbars, hammers, pincers, pliers, winches, adjustable wrenches and wrenches, blowtorches, etc.
  • Axes and ice axes
  • Medicines, hypodermic needles for diabetics (if there is a medical justification)
  • Small cylinders with gaseous oxygen or air required for medical purposes (if there is a medical justification)
  • Tablets or spray with nitroglycerin for medical purposes (if there is a medical justification)
  • Cigar cutter
  • Corkscrew
  • Glasses repair kit (including a screwdriver less than 50 mm long)
  • Eyelash Curler
  • Sewing needles and crochet hooks
  • Cuticle nippers, nail clippers
  • Nail files (less than 60 mm long)
  • Dangerous razors, shaving blades
  • Safety razors (including disposable razors)
  • Scissors (with blade length less than 60 mm)
  • Toys Transforming Robots
  • Hair removal tweezers (less than 60 mm long)
  • Umbrella (allowed to carry on board the aircraft after checking for the absence of prohibited items)
  • Walking stick (allowed to carry on board the aircraft after checking for the absence of prohibited items)

What dangerous substances and goods can I carry in my luggage?

  • Ammunition (cartridges for weapons) used for sports purposes, securely packed in boxes
    ((category 1.4S), in quantities not exceeding 5 kg gross weight per person, intended for personal use, with the exception of ammunition with explosive and incendiary bullets. Cargo rates for several people may not be combined into one or more packages.)
  • Tourist tiles and fuel cans containing flammable liquid fuels
    (provided that the fuel tanks of the tourist tiles and / or the fuel cans are drained and completely clean of the remnants of liquid fuel and measures have been taken to prevent any danger)
  • Carbon Dioxide, Hard (Dry Ice)
    (in quantities not exceeding 2.5 kg per passenger when used as a refrigerant for perishable goods, in hand luggage, provided that the package ensures the release of carbon dioxide. The permission of the operator is necessary only for transportation in checked baggage)
  • Wheelchairs or other mobile equipment powered by non-spillable batteries
    (assuming the batteries are disconnected, the battery terminals are insulated to prevent accidental short circuits, and the batteries themselves are firmly attached to a wheelchair or vehicle.)

    Note: For wheelchairs or mobile devices powered by helium batteries, it is not necessary to disconnect the batteries, provided that the battery terminals are insulated to prevent short circuits.
  • Wheelchairs or other movable means driven by electric spills
  • Heat generating elements such as underwater lights (diving lights) and blowtorches
  • Set (backpack) of mountain rescue equipment
    (1 (one) per passenger, equipped with a pyrotechnic trigger containing less than 200 mg net explosives of category 1.4S and less than 200 mg of compressed gas of category 2.2. The kit must be packed in such a way as to prevent accidental triggering of the launch device. sets are necessarily equipped with safety valves.)
  • Isothermal packing kits containing liquid chilled nitrogen (dry cargo)
    (isothermal packaging kits containing liquid chilled nitrogen (dry cargo), fully absorbed into a porous material and intended for carriage, at low temperature, non-hazardous products are not subject to these Rules, provided that the design of the isothermal packaging sets prevents the increase of pressure inside containers and the release of liquid chilled nitrogen, regardless of how the isothermal packaging set is placed (laid)
  • Non-flammable gas cylinder integrated in the lifejacket
    (non-flammable gas cylinder integrated in a life jacket containing carbon dioxide or other gas of category 2.2, not more than two (2) small cylinders per passenger and not more than two spare charges for it)
  • Small oxygen or air cylinders for medical use
  • Aerosols of category 2.2, without additional danger, for use in sports and domestic purposes
  • Hairspray, perfume, cologne and medicines containing alcohol.
    (the total net amount of the above items should not exceed 2 kg or 2 l, and the net amount of each individual item (substance) should not exceed 0.5 kg or 0.5 l (applicable only for items purchased in duty free zones))
  • Alcoholic drinks
    (in containers for retail, containing more than 24% but less than 70% alcohol by volume, and the containers themselves do not exceed 5 liters, the total net amount per person is 5 liters (applicable only for drinks purchased in duty free zones))
  • Carbon dioxide cylinders for actuating artificial limbs, as well as spare cylinders of similar sizes, if necessary to ensure the necessary supplies for the trip
  • Catalytic hair curlers containing hydrocarbon gas
    (no more than one (1) forceps per passenger or crew member, provided that the heating element has a reliable safety cap. Hair tongs should not be used on board an aircraft under any circumstances. Transportation of gas filling elements for such tongs is prohibited as in carry-on baggage, as well as in checked baggage)
  • A medical or clinical thermometer containing mercury, one (1) thermometer per passenger for personal use, provided that it is in a protective case.

Edged weapons and sharp objects

  • Crossbows, spear guns, checkers, sabers, hatchets, scimitars, broadswords, swords, swords, bayonets, daggers, scalpels, climbing cats, skates, harpoons, spears, hunting knives, with ejected blades, with locking locks - any sharp objects with which to stab and cut wounds
  • Cutting objects: office knives, penknives, for cutting meat, for chopping ice, household knives (scissors) with a blade (blade) length over 60 mm, unpacked blades
  • Syringes for medical purposes (medical justification required)

Firearms and small arms

  • Firearms
  • Paintball gun
  • Airguns
  • Signal weapon
  • Rifle
  • Starting pistols
  • Construction guns
  • Parts of small arms and firearms (excluding optical sights)
  • Toy weapons of any type
  • Imitation of any weapon
  • Ammunition (cartridges with cartridges) for sports. A small number of cartridges for personal use must be securely packed in a cloth, wooden, metal or other packaging designed to transport a small amount of weapons. Maximum 5 kg (11 lb) of ammunition with a total weight per person for personal use.