Baggage information

05 Prohibited items for carriage

Items prohibited carrying in cabin baggage

  • Liquids in containers exceeding 100 ml capacity. The concept of liquids includes: gels, pastes, lotions, mixes of liquid and solid substances, and the content of hermetically sealed containers, e.g. toothpaste, hair styling gel, beverages, soups, syrups, perfumes, shaving foam, aerosols, and other products of similar texture.
  • Firearms and non-firearm weapons and ammunition: all items which are suitable or appear to be suitable for firing a projectile or items which can cause injury.
  • Stun or shock devices: devices intended for stunning or causing immobility of an individual.
  • Items with sharp ends or edges: items with sharp end or edges which may endanger the safety of the aircraft or individuals (injure individuals) or property on board the aircraft.
  • Work tools: tools which may endanger the safety of the aircraft or individuals (injure individuals) or property on board the aircraft.
  • Blunt items whose impact may endanger the safety of the aircraft or individuals (injure individuals) or property on board the aircraft.
  • Explosives and incendiary substances and incendiary devices which may endanger or seemingly endanger the aircraft or people or property on board the aircraft, as well as other items which may not be carried in checked baggage (IATA and ICAO regulations).

Items prohibited carrying in checked baggage

  • Explosives and incendiary substances and incendiary devices which may endanger or seemingly endanger the security of the aircraft or individuals or property on board of the aircraft, including, but not limited to, firearms and ammunition, unless these satisfy the requirements of IATA and ICAO regulations, blasting caps, detonators and fuses, mines and other explosive military stores, fireworks and other pyrotechnics, smoke generating canisters and cartridges, dynamite, powder and plastic explosives.
  • Items the Carriage of which is prohibited by the applicable laws and other regulations of the country of origin or destination.
  • Items which, considering the type of the aircraft, are unsuitable for Carriage due to their weight, size, form or other characteristics that may endanger security and safety.
  • Other items which are likely to endanger the security of the aircraft or persons or property on board of the aircraft and are specified in the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Technical Instructions for Safe Transport of dangerous Goods by Air and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulations, Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/1998 of 5 November 2015, and in our rules that you may familiarise yourself with asking the Client or in our website.
  • Firearms and ammunition can be carried only as Checked Baggage. Firearms must be unloaded (with the ammunition not loaded in the firearms and separated from the case containing the firearm), with a safety mechanism, and suitably packed (in a special case). Carriage of firearms and ammunition is subject to ICAO and IATA regulations and applicable legislation. The firearms carried on board the aircraft must be declared to the services registering Passengers of civil aviation companies.
  • Acceptance for carriage of weapons is subject to prior arrangement with tour operator prior to the purchase of the ticket. The agent prior to selling a ticket to such passenger must receive GetJet Airlines confirmation about such service. At your request, the tour operator will provide all the information about our requirements and the services we provide.
  • Weapons such as antique firearms, swords, knives and similar items may be accepted as Checked Baggage, provided this does not violate safety and security requirements and are suitably packed. However, these items are prohibited from caring in the cabin of the aircraft.
  • You must not include in your Checked Baggage fragile or perishable items or items having a special value, such as money, keys, medicines, medical documents, glasses, sunglasses, cameras, video cameras, and other valuable electronic or technical equipment and their auxiliary parts, computers, personal electronic devices, telephones, mobile telephones, batteries of electronic equipment, jewelry, precious metals, precious and semi-precious stones, music instruments, securities, or other valuables, valuable pieces of art, business documents, passports and other identification documents, or samples.
  • Aviation security officers may refuse to admit a Passenger in the limited access area and/or aircraft cabin who is carrying a suspicious looking item or refuses to carry such an item as Checked Baggage.