The checked baggage is a baggage you show during check-in. Such baggage is carried in the hold of the aircraft. Each airline company has its own rules and limits for checked baggage and carry-on baggage transportation, consider this information when selecting a flight and a carrier. You can find  information regarding the baggage carriage on the website during the booking process. Usually the carry-on baggage allowance is one item of 3–15 kg and one item of 20–23 kg item of checked baggage per passenger. Some airlines  allow only one item of carry-on baggage.  Please note, that some airlines allow the checked baggage carriage only subject to the additional payment. It is advisable to review the fare rules of the chosen flights during the booking process.

You are not recommended to include following items in the checked baggage:

  • perishable products or fragile items;
  • precious or rare items;
  • keys, money and documents;
  • gadgets and other digital equipment.

    Carry-on baggage (cabin baggage) are the items taken by the passenger to the cabin.

The carry-on baggage must not include:

  • firearms inflammable, toxic, acidic,
  • radioactive substances
  • any cutting and piercing tools (manicure kits, souvenirs, pen-knives, and the like).


There are special rules of transportation of liquids in carry-on baggage. Please, read it before departure.

Most airlines allow taking to the cabin the following items:

  • a plaid or an overcoat
  • a laptop or a tablet in a special bag
  • a photo camera
  • a handbag
  • a straight umbrella
  • newspapers and magazines for the reading in-flight
  • a bag with duty-free products and items.

You are recommended to check the weight and dimension limits for the carry-on baggage on the site of your airline company.

Each airline company has its own rules and rates for excess, bulky, or non-standard baggage. If the weight and/or dimensions of checked baggage exceed the airline company limits, the passenger will be surcharged for the extra baggage at the airline’s rates. If you plan to transport baggage the weight and/or dimensions of which are exceeding the limits, please inform our Customer Care Service before you make payment. We will forward your request to the airline company to make sure whether it is possible for your flight. If you have not agreed the carriage of excess and bulky luggage in advance, the airline company can deny boarding.

Any liquids you include in the carry-on baggage must be in 100 ml (or smaller) containers. The total volume of liquids included in the carry-on baggage must not exceed 100 ml. All the containers with liquids must be placed in a transparent zipper package.

Liquids are: water and other drinks; soups, syrups, and yoghurts; chocolate spread and peanut butter; soft cheese (Camembert and the like); frothy drinks and substances; perfumes; gels including hair and shower ones; pastes including tooth one; make-up (lipsticks, mascara, shades); shampoos, creams, lotions, and essential oils; contents of pressure vessels (shaving and other foams, deodorants, sprays, etc.); liquids combined with solid substances; other similar substances.

In containers of a volume larger than 100 ml following substances may be transported: liquid baby food if you travel with an infant; medicines (you must have a medical certificate confirming you need this medicine); liquids purchased at the duty-free shop (drinks, cosmetics, perfumes etc).

Each airport has its “Lost and Found” office. If your baggage has been lost or damaged, you should contact the staff of that office and apply the statement of loss.