Hand and hold luggage
Dear guests, to enjoy your flight with "Transaero" we recommend you to look through our baggage regulations. We would also like to give you a few hints regarding your baggage that you may find useful:
- Please, do not accept any items or bags to take with you from strangers, all items in your luggage must belong to you.
- Please, do not leave your bags with strangers or unattended even for a short time
- Please, inform the airline of lost, damaged or delayed baggage before you leave the airport.
- To expedite security checks at the airport, please, make sure that you carry in your hand luggage only those items necessary during the flight.
- Remove old bag tags from your luggage and attach tags with your name and contact information.
It will also be a good idea to check your airport's security regulations for updated information before you travel, since security procedures at airports are constantly changing.
| |Liquids, gels, aerosols (LAGs)
If you carry LAGs in your carry-on luggage, please, make sure that:
- LAGs volume does not exceed 100 ml;
- All LAGs are packed in a transparent re-sealable plastic bag, which you can easily reach at Security checkpoint;
- Baby food and baby formula as well as medicine are an exception from the rule.
If you purchase something at duty-free shops, please, make sure that:
- Liquids carried in the aircraft cabin such as drinks, toothpaste, cosmetic creams or gels must be carried in a transparent plastic bag - maximum capacity 1 litre - and no container may hold more than 100 ml. Liquid containers larger than 100 ml must be placed in checked baggage.
- Your purchase is in a sealed bag, which must not be open unless you have arrived to your destination;
- You keep the receipt.
| |Prohibited items On flights to and from the US Flights to/from the EU
The following items are prohibited in hand and hold baggage:
- Passengers departing to/from the US are not allowed to carry torch lighters on board eather in carry-on or in the hold.
Note: Lighter fuel and lihter refills are not allowed either in checked or carry-on baggage.
Please refer to the TSA website for more information.
The following items are prohibited in hand baggage but allowed as checked-in:
- Firearms/Ammunition, including pistols, signal pistols, rifles, shotguns, air rile/guns, sterling guns, c.s. pistols, Remington, humane killers, bolt guns, flare pistols, toy rifles/pistols, toy air rifles/pistols, toy pistol caps and starting pistols, ammunition, replica or imitation firearms, crossbows.
- Explosive material, including military, commercial or home-made explosive, explosive devices, detonators, smoke cartridges, bullet bombs, grenades, missiles, magazines (gun part) mines and other explosive military ordinance, replica or imitation explosive material or devices.
- Highly inflammable substances (e.g. petrol, lighter fuel, etc.)
- Gas containers and aerosols with a capacity of more than 500 millilitres.
- Knuckle-dusters (with or without blade, spiked or not spiked), clubs, coshes, rice flails, including, truncheon (spring operated baton), two-section staffs, Mace (baton), hand/thumb-cuffs, gravity-operated batons, Chinese style fighting iron, spring loaded steel batons,
- knives (including hunting knives, swords), scissors and any other sharp objects (eg ice-pick)
- Pointed or bladed items made or adapted to cause injury, flick knives (or any knife operated in the same manner, mechanically or electrically), gravity catch knives, stilettos, daggers, kukris, Chinese/Japanese style throwing dart, Gurkha knives (butterfly knives), other knives both real or ceremonial with blades of any length or description, including sheath knives, kirpans and skeandhus, open razors, scalpels, ice picks, swords, sword sticks, umbrellas containing sword blades or arrows, any bladed or pointed weapon designed to be used in a fashion whereby the handle is held in a clenched fist and the blade or point protrudes between the fingers or fists (e.g. knuckle duster).
- Items containing incapacitating substances, including tear gas, mace and phosphorous acids.
Please, visit the TSA website
for updated and more detailed information.
When travelling to a EU country, you should keep in mind certain security requirements when packing and boarding:
- Liquids carried in the aircraft cabin such as drinks, toothpaste, cosmetic creams or gels must be carried in a transparent plastic bag - maximum capacity 1 litre - and no container may hold more than 100 ml. Liquid containers larger than 100 ml must be placed in checked baggage. The volume restriction does not apply to medicines and baby food.
- Any sharp objects that might be used as weapons are not allowed in the aircraft cabin. These could be everyday objects such as corkscrews and scissors, which should be packed in your hold luggage.
- Explosives and inflammable items - fireworks or aerosol spray paint for example, chemicals and toxic substances, such as acids - are prohibited on flights.
- No weapons of any kind are allowed on board the aircraft.
Certain products of animal origin are prohibited in EU. Please, visit the EU site for more details (http://europa.eu/youreurope/citizens/travel/carry/index_en.htm