Baggage Check-In

Register your baggage at the check-in counter!

Ensure that your Check-In goes smoothly 

  • Check with your airline about allowed weight of baggage items
  • Remove old tags from your baggage
  • Put label with your name and destination address on your baggage
  • Carry your valuables items and medications in your hand baggage
  • Ovesized luggage is handed over at a separate counter located near the regular check-in counters, on the 2nd floor of the passenger terminal / Departures

We advise you to pack in hold baggage the items you do not need on flight, including liquids, gels, color sprays, etc.
All fluids, pastes, creams, various cosmetic or medicine sprays are allowed to be carried into aircraft cabin, only if packed in containers up to 100 ml, not more, and put in transparent bags of 1 liter. Transparent bags must be resalable. If you do not such bag, ask check-in officers where you can purchase it.  

Baby food and medicines which you must have with you all the time are allowed to be carried into the aircraft cabin. In order to speed up the procedure of security screening please prepare proof of your needs of the same (medicine documentation, doctor receipts, etc.). 

All liquids bought in shops on airports outside EU or within EU but before the first point of Boarding Pass control - are subject to restrictions. Therefore we recommend that you put them into your hold baggage. The liquids bought on EU airport after the first check of Boarding Pass – you may carry on board, under condition that you bought it and packed in a specially sealed transparent bag with appropriate proof of date of shopping on the day of travel. It is in your interest not to open this bag before passing through security screening point at the airport on which you transfer for the last time on that travel. If you travel by direct flight, please do not open this bag before take-off. 


Prohibited items in luggage

Check if you have any prohibited items in your baggage!

In order to protect passengers and civil aviation, restrictions have been introduced regarding the entry of certain items into the aircraft!

Before arriving at the airport inform yourself and find out what you can take in your hand luggage in the cabin of the aircraft and what in the checked baggage, ie. the baggage that you hand over when checking in for the flight. Planning ahead and packing properly can facilitate the screening process and ease your travel experience at the airport. Sometimes it may happen that items that are otherwise allowed for entry into the aircraft may be subjected to additional security screening or will not be allowed to enter the aircraft if they cause an alarm during the security screening process or otherwise poses a security threat.
The final decision on whether an item will be allowed for entry is made by the security staff at the security screening checkpoint.
For your easier travelling, or if you in doubt, please ask at check-in counter whether the items you wish to take with you are allowed on board. 

In addition, we would like to inform you that certain items are not allowed to be transported either in aircraft hold or cabin.

Explosives, ammunition, flammable liquids, fireworks/pyrotechnics, petrol, gas bottles, radioactive- corrosive or poisonous substances, tear gas, stunning gas or similar chemical gases or substances – are strictly forbidden to carry on board in hand or in a hold baggage.

In case you intend to transport a gun or other weapon, inform check-in personnel about it.

When packing HAND LUGGAGE be aware that you may have to remove certain items from your luggage for a security check.


- report all liquids,
- separate laptops and other electronic devices (mobile phones, cameras, etc.),
- remove the coat and/or jacket that will be screened as a separate piece of hand luggage.
Be prepared that you will have to take off jackets, coats or other larger pieces of clothing so do not carry unnecessary pieces of clothing with you.


It is important to prepare for the security screening and beware that the liquids (LAGs - Liquids, Aerosols and Gels) that you carry are kept to a minimum and that the volume of each bottle does not exceed the allowed 100 ml.

Liquids include; gels, pastes, lotions, mixtures of liquids and solids, contents of pressure bottles, eg. toothpastes, hair gels, beverages, syrups, perfumes, shaving foam, deodorants, and other articles of similar content.

All liquids, aerosols and gels (LAGs) with a volume not exceeding 100 ml must be presented by the passenger in a transparent resealable plastic bag of up to 1 liter, provided plastic bag being adequately filled and completely closed. All liquids (except medicines and special foods) with a volume greater than 100 ml are not allowed to enter the aircraft.

Plastic bags with liquids and electronic devices must be removed from the luggage and inspected separately.


Medicines and special foods (eg. baby food and meals for diabetics) needed during the flight (including nasal sprays, eye drops, insulin) can be brought on board the aircraft.

It is the ultimate responsibility of the passenger to provide evidence of the need for medication or special food (eg in the form of a doctor's prescription) if the need arises.

Medicines or baby food can be carried outside the clear plastic bag but must be shown separately at the security screening checkpoint.

The full list of prohibited items for hand and checked baggage can be found at the link below.

List of prohibited items

If you have any additional questions, contact your carrier or travel agent.