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What can I carry in my carry-on baggage on the plane?

What can I carry in my hand baggage on the plane?

In excess of the established free baggage allowance and free of charge, the passenger has the right to carry the following items if they are with the passenger and are not included in the baggage:

  • handbag or briefcase;
  • folder for papers;
  • umbrella or cane;
  • bouquet of flowers;
  • outerwear;
  • in-flight reading materials;
  • baby food for a child during the flight, soft baby carrier when transporting a child;
  • cellular telephone, camera, video camera;
  • laptop;
  • suit in a garment bag;

These things are not presented for weighing, are not subject to registration and are not marked with tags.

"From personal belongings, the passenger can also carry in hand luggage or have them with him (on himself)"

  • Medicines, hypodermic needles for diabetics
  • Small cylinders of gaseous oxygen or air required for medical purposes
  • Nitroglycerin tablets or spray for medical use
  • Eyelash Curler
  • Safety razors (including disposable razors)
  • Transforming robot toys
  • Umbrella
  • Cane
  • Implanted cardiac muscle stimulators or other radioactive isotope devices, including devices powered by lithium batteries, or other radioactive pharmaceuticals, implanted into the human body for therapeutic purposes (on oneself / on oneself)
  • Safety matches or one lighter containing liquid fuel (gasoline) (carry / carry)
  • Eyeglass repair kit (including screwdriver less than 50 mm long)
  • Carbon dioxide cylinders for activating artificial limbs, as well as spare cylinders of similar size if required to provide adequate supplies during travel.