This is the luggage that the passenger takes with him/her onto the aircraft under his/her own supervision and responsibility.
Items which passengers are not allowed to carry in cabin luggage are listed in the National Civil Aviation Security Program.
In addition, as per instructions of the General Directorate of Civil Aviation, there is a restriction in place on the amount of liquid that can be brought into the cabin, in place since October 1st, 2009. This restriction is applicable on international flights from our airport.
The new liquid restriction in hand luggage is for all liquids, gels and aerosols etc.
Each liquid amount in hand luggage must not exceed 100 ml.
These liquids must be carried separately in 1 (one) liter capacity 20cm x20cm clear sealed bags.
Each passenger is allowed to carry only 1 (one) bag.
Medicines (with prescriptions and in original packages) and baby food are exempt from this arrangement.
This includes other liquids such as water, syrup, creams, lotions, oils, perfumes, make-up items (liquid lipstick, mascara etc.) toothpaste, shaving gel and mousse, hair gels, deodorants, contact lens solutions, shampoos and items such as jam, honey, yogurt.
All liquid commodities purchased from Duty Free stores must be carried in special sealed, clear bags together with their receipts.
Please do not open the sealed bags until you reach your final destination. Otherwise, the contents of the bags may be confiscated at security check points.
If you have a connection flight within the European Community or United States, it is prohibited to carry any previously purchased Duty Free products (over 100ml) as hand luggage even in sealed bags.
For detailed information please click on the link below;
Hand Luggage Liquid Transport Rules Video Lecture