The security check is an essential part of modern air travel. It’s vital to ensure everyone’s safety, but we appreciate it can be a bit time-consuming. Likewise the customs check is an essential requirement. Here’s what you can do to help things run smoothly.
- Put ‘loose’ items – mobile phone, wallet, watch, keys etc – in your hand baggage.
- Keep a laptop where it can be easily reached: you’ll need to place it in a separate security tray at the scan.
- If your belt has a metal buckle, or your shoes have heels, take them off and put them in a security tray.
- Place liquid containers in a clear, resealable plastic bag, within your hand baggage. Remember each liquid can’t be more than 100ml. Exemptions will be made for: medication, baby milk/foods and special dietary requirements to be used during your trip.
Like all countries, we have rules about what you can and can’t bring with you. Everyone who arrives must pass through customs, so please check the list below beforehand. Some items can result in fines or, in cases such as narcotic drugs, imprisonment.
If you are unsure about anything, please declare your goods when you arrive.
Steps a Departing Passenger must follow in order to reach Departure
1. Profiling – They Require you to show your Passport and Ticket (Either Digital or hardcopy)
2. Security Checkpoint – Screening for security threats (checking the body and baggage through X-Ray).
3. Check – in Counter – Receive Boarding Pass and check in luggage and Bag tag Hand luggage
4. 2nd Security Check before Immigration – They Check Boarding Pass and Passport
5. Immigration Checkpoint – Check Boarding Pass, Passport, Yellow vaccination card (If applicable).
What Substance or Physical Goods not to take to Departure
Blunt potentially dangerous Instruments (sticks , rocks etc)
Sharp or pointed Instruments (Knives)
Explosive or high doses of chemicals above the required mg / ml threshold limit (medicines etc)
Not allowed to bring in water purchased outside a Departure Shop