Dangerous goods and prohibited items
In compliance with Supplement No. 1 to the Pre-flight and Post-flight Inspection Rules at the airport, approved by Order No. 104 of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation on 25th of July, 2007, it is forbidden for passengers to transport on board the aircraft in registered luggage or in personal belongings, the following dangerous substances and objects:
Explosive substances and arms
Toxic and poisonous substances
Highly flammable liquids
Flammable hard substances
Compressed and liquefied gases
Oxidizers and organic peroxides
Acidic and corrosive substances
and other dangerous substances, items and goods that can be used as a weapon to attack passengers, aircraft crew, and pose a threat to the flight.
Carriage of Electronic Cigarettes. Crew members and passengers are allowed to transport on board the aircraft in compliance with the regulations the following objects and substances.
In registered (checked-in) luggage in the cargo or luggage compartments of the aircraft with restricted access by passengers during the flight:
In passengers’ personal belongings:
- crossbows, underwater guns, cavalry swords, sabres, hatchets, yataghans, broadswords, swords, rapiers, bayonets, daggers, knives: hunting, flick-knives , knives with latched locks, replicas of any types of arms
- household knives (scissors) with blade length above 60 mm; alcoholic beverages between 24% and 70% proof in containers with a capacity of no more than 5 litersl; in a receptacle intended for retail trade – no more than 5 liters per passenger
- liquids and alcoholic beverages no more than 24% proof
- aerosols, meant for sport or household use, emission valves of spray-cans which are protected by lids from spontaneous emission of their contents with a capacity of no more than 0.5 kg or 500 ml — no more than 2 kg or 2 liters per passenger
- medical thermometer — one per passenger
- mercury tonometer in standard casing — one per passenger
- mercury barometer or manometer, packaged in airtight container and sealed by the sender’s stamp
- disposable lighters — one per passenger
- dry ice for cooling perishable products — no more than 2 kg per passenger
- 3% hydrogen peroxide — no more than 100 ml per passenger
- liquids, gels and aerosols, referred to as non-dangerous: in containers with capacity of no more than 100 ml (or equivalent capacity in other measurement units), packed in a sealed transparent plastic bag with a volume of no more than 1 liter — one plastic bag per passenger.
Liquids in containers
with a capacity of more than 100 ml are not permitted to be transported even if the container is only partially filled.
Exceptions for transportation are made for medication, baby food and special diet requirements.
Liquids, purchased in the Duty Free trade shops in the airports
Liquids purchased in Duty Free shops at the airport or on board the aircraft must be packed in a sealed plastic bag that allows the contents of the bag to be identified at any time during the flight, and with authentic confirmation that the purchase was made in the Duty Free section of an airport Duty shop or on board of aircraft on the day (days) of the trip.
The airport administration and airlines have the right to introduce new sanctions to improve flight safety standards, for which reason Aurora forbids the transportation of the following objects in the passenger cabin:
- needles for subcutaneous injections (if no medical justification is produced);
- knitting needles;
- scissors with a blade length of less than 60 mm;
- folding (without fixation device) travel knives, penknives with a blade length of less than 60 mm.
Upon Aurora’s written consent any passenger is allowed to transport as baggage:
- Oxygen cylinders weighing up to 5 kg are allowed in the cabin. When buying your ticket, please specify the cylinder number, date of manufacture and last technical inspection.
- The batteries of portable oxygen concentrators should be charged sufficiently to last the entire flight.
- Wheelchairs are carried in the baggage compartment. In accordance with the flight safety requirements, the wheelchair battery must be disconnected and the battery clamp must be insulated to prevent short-circuits.
- the hand mercury barometer or thermometer should be carried only in hand luggage, if such barometer/thermometer belongs to a passenger-employee of State Meteorology Department. The barometer/thermometer should be packed in a sealed plastic bag to prevent any mercury leaks. Aurora’s written consent is required;
- two medium-size bottles of gaseous oxygen or other gas of ICAO Instructions CAT 2.2 per passenger;
- any heating device operated with use of battery (underwater lights, soldering equipment) can be carried only as hand baggage. Any heating component or energy source shall be removed to prevent fire.
In accordance with Laws of China to provide flight safety, it is not allowed to transport onboard an aircraft as checked baggage: lithium batteries, matches, lighters, compressed gas bottles, nail enamel, mobile phones, photo cameras, computers, recharged batteries and other devices with lithium batteries.