Flight security control
Objects and substances which are prohibited for carriage by passengers and members of cabin crew
1. Pistols, light signal devices, powder driven studs, maces containing neuro-paralytic, lachrymatory, toxic and aggressive agents.
2. Electroshock equipment of all kinds, except for medical resuscitation equipment (defibrillators).
3. Electron-beam weapons of all kinds
4. Explosive agents, compounds, related objects, explosion means:
gunpowder of all kinds, marks and examples in any package, contained (irrespective of the quantity);
chargers for guns;
chargers-detonators of any kind;
electric detonators of any kind;
Bickford and detonation fuses;
detonators and fuses for munitions;
munitions of any kind;
munition dummy units;
trotyl, tolite, dynamite, ammonal, cyclonite, other explosive agents of military and industrial purpose, hand-made explosive compounds, substances and objects which contain them;
pyrotechnicals: signal and light flares, false fires, torch pots, landing blocks, thermite matches, railway detonating cartridges, Bengal lights, firework lights, shells, common pyrotechnicals and similar objects and hand-made means and objects.
5. Compressed and liquefied gases for common and industrial use:
propane-butane, nitrogen, neon, argon, oxygen, chlorine except for those carried by medical teams to provide emergency care to people.
6. Highly flammable matters: gasoline, gas, acetone, methanol, methyl ether, brake fluid, carbon sulfide, ethers, organic solvents, all kinds of glue and joint compounds containing highly flammable (self-flammable) compounds.
7. Flammable solid matters:
substances which under the effect of water generate heat and self-ignite such as potassium, sodium, metallic calcium, alloys thereof, calcium phosphide and substances with similar properties;
white, yellow phosphor and other substances related to flammable solid matters;
dried industrial, colloidal and humid nitrocellulose irrespective of the solvent content.
8. Toxic and aggressive agents:
toxic and aggressive agents in any physical form irrespective of the form and quality of their package;
brucine, nicotine, strychnine, formalin, antifreeze, ethylene glycol, mercury, cyanic agents, cyclone, black cyanide and agents with similar properties.
9. Caustic and corrosive substances:
nonorganic acids — hydrochloric, sulphuric, nitric acids and their compounds;
fluorhydric (hydrofluoric) acid;
alkalies of all kinds — potassic, sodium alkalies and similar chemical compounds;
agents for pickling of metals, chloride lime, accumulator electrolyte and agents with similar properties;
chemicals for varnish and paint removal from the surface they cover.
10. Radioactive substances and materials of any degree of potential risk, form or physical condition and physical properties.
11. Any other substances, compounds and objects which are related to the above mentioned and those which are subject to specific conditions of storage, transportation and use according to the manufacturer, which may give rise to doubts as to the safety of carriage thereof, such as those which may be used for explosion, fire-rising or bringing other danger to life and health of passengers and plane crew.
Objects and substances which are prohibited for carriage by passengers and members of plane crew in passenger cabin but allowed for carriage in luggage
1. Firearm (including service, hunting, sporting weapons), pneumatic, gas weapons, pistols and revolvers intended for shooting with ammunition, equipped with rubber or similar bullets, cold weapon of all kinds and constructively similar weapon, ammunition and spare parts to weapon and training, blank, museum, souvenir, collection and fake weapon if an individual or a legal entity has the relevant license to keep, wear and carry it, guns and pistols for underwater hunting Rules of weapon carriage are set out in the instructions as approved by the central executive transport authority.
2. Bladed articles, namely:
nail scissors and files;
needles for medical injections;
metallic table knives;
devices and toys imitating all kinds of weapon;
lighters in form of pistol, other kinds of weapons; objects with blunt ends which may cause the injuries.
Carriage of liquids
Passengers are permitted to carry packaged liquids, gels and aerosols in their carry-on luggage on the condition that no individual article exceeds a maximum volume of 100 ml.
Also permitted for carriage in carry-on luggage are items purchased at Duty Free shops if packaged in duly sealed plastic bags with their respective sales slips attached.
Liquids which are prohibited for carriage in the carry-on which content is over 100 ml water and other drinks, soups, syrups;
creams, lotions and oils;
gels including hair and shower gels;
substances in containers, packages under pressure, including, shaving foam, other foams and deodorants;
pastes including toothpaste;
mixes of liquid and solid matters;
any other matters of similar composition.
Passengers are allowed to carry:
in checked-in luggage — liquid substances;
in carry-on luggage — drugs and diet aids, including baby food to be used during the flight.
Warning! Passengers wishing to carry and/or use any drugs or dietary aids on board of an aircraft must be in possession of documents detailing why it is necessary for them to do so (this requirement applies to all flights to the European Union, USA, Canada, Norway, Iceland and Switzerland).