Baggage Security

Check your baggage
Before going to the airport, make sure that the weight and dimensions of your baggage do not exceed the limits authorized by the airline. If your luggage does not meet the required criteria, you may pay extra payment or fees. For more information, contact your airline directly.

Be sure of what you are carrying
Some recommendations for general safety:

  • Never leave your luggage unattended!
  • Inform those responsible for any luggage or package that is abandoned or suspicious!
  • Never accept any parcel from an unknown third party!

Do not carry dangerous objects in the passenger section of the plane
For security reasons, some items are prohibited in the cabin, including the following:

  • Revolvers, guns and weapons
  • Copies and imitations of weapons
  • Munitions
  • Knives and sharp instruments
  • Blunt Instruments
  • Neutralizing or incapacitating articles
  • Articles that can be used as a weapon
  • Explosives and flammable substances
  • Chemical and toxic substances
  • Liquids, pastes, gels and aerosols: You can travel with samples, wherein the volume does not go beyond 100 ml, and they must be carried in a transparent and enclosed plastic bag.

This list can be modified, so please get recent information from your airline company.

To facilitate the passage of customs formalities, try to keep in your cabin bag only those items that are essential to your trip.

Check the list of prohibited items
For security reasons, some items are prohibited in the baggage compartment, including:

  • Explosives
  • Flammable liquids, solids or gas
  • Organic oxidizing agents and peroxides
  • Toxic or infectious substances
  • Corrosive substances

For more information, you can consult your airline’s website, your flight ticket, as well as the screen above the check-in counters.

Good to know:
The security of the airport platform is covered by the National Office for Security and Facilitation of Airports (ONSFAG).
The Air Transport Group (GTA) of the national police force is mainly responsible for the runway security and the structures built upon the airport zone in general.


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