Civil Aviation Directorate of the Republic of Serbia has adopted restrictions and requirements for transport of liquids, gels and aerosols in hand luggage as well as method of performing security inspection of hand luggage.
The following products shall be deemed as liquids:
- water and other types of drinks, soups, yogurts and syrups,
- mascara, sprays, creams, lotions and oils,
- gels, including hair and shower gels,
- pastes, including toothpaste,
- contens of pressurised containters, including shaving foam, other foams and deodorants,
- any other item of similar consistency.
PACKAGING METHOD-PASSENGER DUTIES AND RESPOSIBILITIES
- liquid, gel or aerosol must be in individual containers up to 100 ml each,
- containers must be packed in a transparent re-sealable or zipped plastic bag,
- maximal dimensions for plastic bags used for packing liquid, gel and aerosol containers must be 20×20 cm not more than one litre capacity,
- plastic bags used for packing containers with liquids, gels and aerosols must be sealed and produced separately of all the other baggage at the screening checkpoint,
- one passenger must exclusively have one plastic bag containing liquids, gels and aerosols, with proper dimensions.
All cable electrical devices (laptop computers, digital cameras, cameras,etc.) must be produced from the hand baggage for screening.
NOTE: In cases of non-observance, passanger will be denied acces to security-restricted zone EXCEPTIONS
The following shall be subject to exeptions:
- carriying of liquids, gels and aerosols bought in duty free shops in security restricted areas, packed in a transparent plastic bag, which must be seald and stay so, until reaching the final destination. The plastic bag, sealed in a duty free shop, must have a raceipt for the purchased product, exclusively with the date of the travel,
- carriying of liquid or gruel baby foods and milk in the appropriate quantities, depending on the duration of the flight,
- carriying of medicines, in the liquid, gel or aerosol form, used solely with the medical certificate issued by the competent medical institution or authorised dispensary,
- carriying of medical preparations such as insulin, plasma, etc. solely if passengers possess a certificate obtained from the competent medical institution.
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