Checked-in baggage

The rules for how much baggage you may carry with you onto the plane vary from airline to airline.

For this reason, we recommend you contact the airline you will be flying with if you have any questions about how much baggage you are permitted to bring or about possible size and weight restrictions.

Please note that suitcases must not be fastened with padlocks, fabric ties or rubber bands, and belts must not be strapped around the suitcase as they risk becoming stuck on the conveyor belts during transportation. 

To ensure that your luggage is sorted quickly and correctly, old luggage tags and self-adhesive bar codes must be removed before check-in.

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Metal suitcases

If you travel with a suitcase made of aluminium or other metal material, it must be dropped at the odd size luggage at Terminal 3. This is due to the slippery surface of the metal which causes problems in the automated baggage handling.

Oversize baggage 

If your baggage weighs more than 30 kg. or exceeds the dimensions given above for checked baggage, the check-in staff will refer you to separate check-in counters, where the baggage must be delivered.
For further information on among others transportation of bicycles etc. please contact your airline.

The following items should be packed in your checked baggage

*Liquids exceeding more than 100 ml
Toiletries whose contents are non-toxic and non-flammable (max. 2 kg)
Tools
All kinds of knives
Sharp/pointed devices, razor blades, etc.
Weapons in legal possession (must be disclosed at check-in)
Ammunition in legal possession (must be disclosed at check-in)
Toy weapons of any kind 

The definition of “liquid” includes:

  • water, fruit juice, cordial, soup and syrup;
  • perfume, after-shave lotion, eau de cologne and similar liquids;
  • semi-liquid or gel substances, such as shampoo and toothpaste;
  • oils and lotions, such as hand lotion or sunscreen;
  • contents of aerosol containers, such as deodorant, shaving foam and similar substances;
  • mixtures of solid and liquid substances.

Passengers are generally not allowed to bring the following 

Explosive, flammable or corrosive substances such as camping gas, methylated spirit, paint and the like 
Oxidised, toxic or radioactive substances
Flammable gases
Magnetic materials
Fireworks
Anaesthetics
Bleaching agents
Paint 

NB. Please be aware that in certain countries other regulations may apply regarding the above mentioned items.