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Hand baggage

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For safety and convenience, each passenger (including infants) is allowed one single item of hand baggage that may not exceed 10 kg (5 kg for infants) in weight and dimensions may not exceed 55cm x 40cm x 20cm. Briefcases, ladies’ purses, laptops, cameras etc. must be carried within your single piece of hand luggage. These dimensions include wheels, handles, side pockets, etc.

The hand baggage will be carried by you in the passenger cabin and must be placed under the seat in front of you or in the baggage overhead compartment.
We recommend you to carry in your cabin baggage all your documents and valuable items (for instance, passport and any other means of identification, visa, international vaccination passport, international health insurance certificates, travel documents, securities, negotiable papers, electronic equipment, money and credit cards, jewelry, medication).

DELIVERY AT AIRCRAFT

delivery_baggage_OKThis service is only available to passengers who have booked Economy Premium Class (YHB) tickets.
If your hand baggage is oversize / over weighed (can be even a pushchair/ stroller/ wheelchair) but you do not wish it to be checked, the check-in agent will attach a special label marked “Delivery at Aircraft” (DAA) to your baggage.
This type of baggage must not weigh more than 8 kg. Upon boarding, you will hand your baggage over to the handling agent and it will be handed back to you at the aircraft stairs upon disembarkation.
This procedure can also be used if you have a very short connection time.

NOTE!

For landing in Rome-Fiumicino Airport, the baggage follows the normal flow. For more information, please contact Moldavian Airlines Call Center.

Restrictions on hand baggage

PROHIBITED ITEMS IN THE HAND BAGGAGE OR ON ONE’S PERSON

Without prejudice to applicable safety rules, passengers are not permitted to carry the following articles into security restricted areas and on board an aircraft:

guns, firearms and other devices that discharge projectiles — devices capable, or appearing capable, of being used to cause serious injury by discharging a projectile, including:
— firearms of all types, such as pistols, revolvers, rifles, shotguns,
— toy guns, replicas and imitation firearms capable of being mistaken for real weapons,
— component parts of firearms, excluding telescopic sights,
— compressed air and CO 2 guns, such as pistols, pellet guns, rifles and ball bearing guns,
— signal flare pistols and starter pistols,
— bows, cross bows and arrows,
— harpoon guns and spear guns,
— slingshots and catapults;
stunning devices — devices designed specifically to stun or immobilise, including:
— devices for shocking, such as stun guns, tasers and stun batons,
— animal stunners and animal killers,
— disabling and incapacitating chemicals, gases and sprays, such as mace, pepper sprays, capsicum sprays, tear gas,
acid sprays and animal repellent sprays;
objects with a sharp point or sharp edge — objects with a sharp point or sharp edge capable of being used to cause serious injury, including:
— items designed for chopping, such as axes, hatchets and cleavers,
— ice axes and ice picks,
— razor blades,
— box cutters,
— knives with blades of more than 6 cm,
— scissors with blades of more than 6 cm as measured from the fulcrum,
— martial arts equipment with a sharp point or sharp edge,
— swords and sabres;
workmen’s tools — tools capable of being used either to cause serious injury or to threaten the safety of aircraft, including:
— crowbars,
— drills and drill bits, including cordless portable power drills,
— tools with a blade or a shaft of more than 6 cm capable of use as a weapon, such as screwdrivers and chisels,
— saws, including cordless portable power saws,
— blowtorches,
— bolt guns and nail guns;
blunt instruments — objects capable of being used to cause serious injury when used to hit, including:
— baseball and softball bats,
— clubs and batons, such as billy clubs, blackjacks and night sticks,
— martial arts equipment;
explosives and incendiary substances and devices — explosives and incendiary substances and devices capable, or appearing capable, of being used to cause serious injury or to pose a threat to the safety of aircraft, including:
— ammunition,
— blasting caps,
— detonators and fuses,
— replica or imitation explosive devices,
— mines, grenades and other explosive military stores,
— fireworks and other pyrotechnics,
— smoke-generating canisters and smoke-generating cartridges,
— dynamite, gunpowder and plastic explosives.

restrictions-on-hand-baggagePlease remove those objects from your hand baggage and place them in your checked baggage otherwise they will be confiscated by airport security officers. These regulations also apply to objects purchased at the airport.
There are certain items that you are not allowed to carry either in your hand baggage or in your checked baggage. If your baggage contains one of these items, the check-in agent may ask you to take it out and you may carry it only as cargo.

Read more about Dangerous Goods.

NEW EU SECURITY RULES AT AIRPORTS FOR LIQUIDS IN HAND BAGGAGE

Only certain liquids may be carried as hand baggage and they must be presented at security.

The rules below apply to all liquids, aerosols, gels, pastes, lotions, foams, creams, jams, liquid/solid mixtures and other items of similar consistency.

You can transport the following liquids as hand baggage:

  • duty free liquids purchased from the airport or airline company
  • liquids in containers of 100 ml or less packed in a single transparent, re-sealable 1-litre plastic bag
  • medicines & special dietary products, such as baby food, vital for the trip. You may be asked for proof of authenticity
  • All other liquids, aerosols and gels should be place in your checked baggage.

Airport safety control:

  • Present your liquids separately from other hand baggage for screening at security
  • Exceptionally, security may open bottles or containers for screening
  • Exceptionally and solely for security reasons, liquids may not be permitted

Traveling with duty free liquids:

  • Starting 31st January 2014, duty free liquids purchased from any airport or airline company, may be carried as hand luggage
  • Your duty free liquid and receipt must be sealed at the time of purchase inside a security bag with a red border
  • Do not open the security bag until you arrive at your final destination
  • The security officer may need to open the security bag for screening. In case you have a connecting flight at another airport, please alert security officer so your duty free liquids may be re-sealed in a new security bag.

In case you wish to transport larger amounts of liquids, you should carry them in the checked baggage.
Attention! If the liquids carried in your hand baggage exceed the limit allowed or if they are carried in an unsealed bag, the items will be confiscated by the security officers.