Wednesday, 29 September 2021

Prohibited Items

The list of prohibited items:

For the safety and security reasons, there are restrictions on certain items carried by passengers onto an aircraft which are listed below.
In general, carrying the following items is prohibited on commercial aircrafts.
-    Explosives and incendiary substances of all types
-    All types of cylinders and compressed chemical sprays like tear gas, anesthetic sprays, personal defense sprays and liquid gas
-    Acidic and corrosive substances such as acid, vinegar, etc

The following items are prohibited from being brought on board an aircraft:

-    Firearms of all types, such as military and hunting weapons, and shotguns
-    Ammunition, arms or used for hunting and sports shooting
-    Objects with a sharp point or sharp edge such as box cutters, bottles, glass, knife, dagger, nail clipper, Brass knuckles, surgical blades and razor blades
-    Workmen’s tools such as screwdrivers, wrench, hammer, wire, rope
-    Toy guns, replicas and imitation firearms capable of being mistaken for real weapons


Onboard seats are assigned to passengers at all airlines’ sales offices or check-in counter of the airline at the airport. Upon arrival at the terminal, please refer to the airline check-in counter and provide the agent with your ticket for seat allocation and receiving your boarding pass. Keep your ticket and boarding pass in a safe place. Please make sure to sit in your assigned seat onboard the aircraft.
Smoking is prohibited on all domestic and international flights.
Check-in will be closed a minimum of 45 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time of international flights and a minimum of 20 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time of domestic flights. We recommend you to arrive at the airport at least 3 hours before departure time of international flights and 1 hour before departure time of domestic flights.

Health Regulations:

In some countries passengers entering from certain parts of the world are required to provide evidence of a vaccination certificate or a health card. We recommend that you check your destination country’s entry requirements before traveling and purchasing the ticket. Mentioned regulations are also applicable for live animals and plants. If you are traveling with live animals or plants, obtaining this information will be necessary and useful.

Health and quarantine section at the airport:
Passengers who have any pre-existing health problem must complete a medical clearance form confirmed with their doctor on fitness for travel before purchasing the ticket. This form should then be approved by the airline’s medical department.  
Some medical conditions requiring pre-flight medical evaluation:
-    Blood Disorders
-    Cardio-Vascular Disease
-    recent myocardial infarction and stroke
-    recent surgery
-    Any bone fracture
-    Pulmonary diseases such as asthma (dyspnea), etc.
-    Infectious diseases such as (acute sinusitis) or contagious (measles, etc.)
-    Neurological diseases (e.g. epilepsy)
-    Mental illnesses and paraplegia
-    Burns with infections
-    Passengers who require traveling with supplementary oxygen or a medical escort (doctor/nurse)

Pregnant Women:

Pregnant women are accepted for short domestic travels up to their 32th weeks of pregnancies with medical clearance from their doctor stating the estimated date of delivery. However, for long and international flights, a doctor’s certificate confirming fitness to travel for pregnant women must be approved by the airline’s medical department prior to the flight.