Prohibited or Restricted Items
There are restrictions on the amount of liquids you can take in your cabin baggage. When possible, it is recommended to pack liquids in your checked baggage
|All drinks, including water|
|Liquid or semi-liquid foods, e.g. soup, jam, honey and syrups|
|Cosmetics and toiletries, including creams, lotions, oils, perfumes, mascara, lip gloss, and shaving foam|
|Pastes, including toothpaste|
|Gels, including hair and shower gel, deodorants|
|Contact lens solution|
|Any other solutions and items of similar consistency|
|If you do take liquids in your hand luggage:|
|Liquid items must be in containers with a maximum capacity of 100ml (3.4oz) each|
|Your liquid item containers need to all be placed in a single, transparent, re-sealable plastic bag of up to 20 x 20cm (8 x 8in) with a total capacity of up to one liter|
|Only one such plastic bag per passenger is permitted|
|Contents must fit comfortably inside the bag so it can be sealed|
|The bag must not be knotted or tied at the top|
|During security screening, please remove the bag of liquids out of your hand baggage|
|Liquids in containers larger than 100ml generally can’t go through security even if the container is only part full, and will be disposed of and recycled accordingly|
There are a few exceptions, and you can take liquids that are not limited by the 100ml container/1 liter plastic bag exception, if:
|It is for essential medical purposes (you may be asked to provide proof, like a certificate from your doctor or prescription)|
|It is for special dietary requirements (you may be asked to provide proof, like a certificate from your doctor)|
|It is baby food or baby milk/formula|
You can also take duty-free items purchased at the airport or on a plane through security if:
|Duty Free Items|
|The items are sealed inside a special, certified security bag provided upon purchase|
|The receipt for the items is sealed in the security bag and visible|
|You must not open the security bag until you reach your final destination|
|Airport staff may need to open the items to screen the liquid at the security point.|
Any containers over 100 ml/100 g (3.4oz) can be placed in your checked baggage in the appropriate packaging, as long as they are not prohibited items, or you can ship them separately.
Liquid restrictions outside the EU & U.K
Countries outside the EU might have different rules on carrying liquids as a transit or transfer passenger. You should check these rules with the relevant airports before travelling.
Lighters & Matches
You can only carry one (1) lighter on your person, which is filled with (fully absorbed) liquid gas fuel. The carrying of safety matches is also only allowed on your person.
The carriage of all lighters, petrol and storm lighters, lighters filled with unabsorbed fuel, butane gas lighters and cigar lighters, lighter fuel or refills is forbidden in checked baggage.
Baby food and baby milk/formula
When travelling with a baby/infant you are allowed to take enough baby food, baby milk and sterilized water for the journey. In some cases, this may be over 100ml.
Airport staff might need to open the containers to screen the liquids at the security point.
Essential medicines and medical equipment
Essential medicines, including inhalers and liquid dietary foodstuffs are allowed to be carried in your hand luggage and are not restricted to 100ml containers. However, you will need supporting documents from a relevant medical professional (e.g. a certificate or letter from your doctor, or a copy of your certified prescription). The same applies for gel packs. Airport staff might need to open the containers to screen the liquids at the security point.
You can also take medical equipment with you if it’s essential for your journey. Prior registration is required. The equipment is screened separately and you must show documentation from a qualified medical professional, such as a letter/certificate from your doctor.
Electronic devices and electrical items
Consumer electronic devices with lithium ion cells or batteries (max. 100 Wh) are only permitted in hand luggage. Spare batteries for portable electronic devices / rechargeable battery pack (powerbank) are permitted in hand luggage only but:
- Only 2 spare batteries per passenger for cell phones are allowed
- Only 1 spare battery per passenger for laptop only on hand luggage
- Batteries of 100 Wh to 160 Wh output are permitted only by prior registration.
- Batteries over 160 Wh are not allowed.
Lithium batteries in checked luggage prohibited.
Helpful hint: Make sure your electronic devices are charged before you travel. If your device doesn’t switch on during security screening when requested, you may not be allowed to take it onto the aircraft.
Special Note: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 banned on all Air Mediterranean flights
It is prohibited to bring the smartphone Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on board, on your person, in hand luggage, or in checked baggage on all Air Mediterranean flights. All passengers are requested not to take the phone on board at all. In all other cases, boarding will be denied.
Other Restricted Items:
- Dry ice – Max. 2.5 kg per passenger with prior registration;
- Medical oxygen bottle – max. 5 kg cylinder only in checked baggage with prior registration;
- Battery-powered wheelchairs and mobility aids for use on board with non-spillable, spillable or lithium ion batteries are permitted with prior registration;
- Heat-generating equipment – on a case by case basis, and only with prior registration;
- Insulated packaging containing refrigerated liquid nitrogen – with prior registration.
Certain items may not be transported on an aircraft at all. These items are not permitted in your carry-on or checked baggage, or on your person, and will be confiscated accordingly.
|Chemicals and toxic substances|
|Guns, Weapons, Ammunition, Firearms||It is Strictly Prohibited to carry guns, weapons, ammunition, firearms (including air rifles and starting pistols) as carry-on and/or checked baggage.|
You can’t take any of these items as hand luggage or in the checked baggage:
- Blasting caps
- Detonators and fuses
- Imitation firearms and explosive devices (including replica or model guns)
- mines, grenades, and other explosive military stores
- fireworks and pyrotechnics
- smoke canisters
- smoke cartridges
- explosives (including black powder and percussion caps)
- hand grenades
- cigarette lighters
- Briefcases with built-in alarm devices
- Strongly magnetic materials
- Small/portable electric vehicles powered by lithium batteries such as hoverboards, mini-Segways, Airwheels, Solowheels, luggage scooters, and e-Bikes.
These items are objects that could endanger passenger health and safety. Air Mediterranean accepts no liability for confiscated objects.