At every airport, you must pass through security before proceeding to your boarding area and aircraft. This process ensures that your aircraft remains free of any objects that may present a risk to your safety on board. When passing through security, you must show your boarding pass to an agent and then pass through a security checkpoint.
- blades and any sharp, blunt, metallic or non-metallic items that may be used as weapons (for example: nail scissors, razor blades, etc.),
- hunting and sport weapon cartridges and ammunition,
- perfume bottles exceeding 100 ml / 3.4 fl. oz.,
- cosmetic aerosol containers exceeding 100 ml / 3.4 fl. oz.
These items will be confiscated by security staff and destroyed.
- Liquids (up to 100 ml / 3.4 fl. oz.) placed in a clear, sealed plastic bag
- Your notebook computer taken out of its case
- Your coat or jacket
- Any metal objects (keys, coins, belt, etc.)
- Any other item indicated by the security agent (shoes, etc.)