Baggage Rules & Guidelines for Liquids/Aerosols/Gels
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There are certain guidelines on items that can be brought into the aircraft. Carry-on and check-in baggage are subject to being hand-searched by the security personnel, especially when the x-ray scan cannot determine its contents. We request you to co-operate with the security agencies.
Electronic items such as laptop computers and cell phones may be subjected to additional screening. Place your electronics (e.g., laptops, mobile phones, tablets) and metallic items (e.g., keys, coins) in a separate tray.
Hand baggage allowance may vary from airlines to airlines. We recommend that the passengers consult the concerned airline for more details on allowed hand baggage. Power banks are allowed only in hand baggage.
Check-In Baggage Allowance:
The check-in baggage allowance may vary from airlines to airlines. We recommend that the passengers consult the concerned airline for more details.
Guidelines for Liquids/Aerosols/Gels:
To protect you from any potential security threats, there are rules for taking liquids, aerosols and gels (LAGs) on flights:
- Liquid/aerosol/gels and items of similar consistency should not exceed 100 millilitres quantity in each container.
- Liquids, aerosols or gels which are in containers larger than 100ml are not permitted.
- At the time of screening remove any liquids, aerosols and gels from your bag(s) and place them separately in the tray.
- LAGs must be carried in one clear transparent, re-sealable plastic bag
- To know more about LAG guidelines, please download.
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