Restrictions on baggage
For carriage as both registered and unregistered baggage the following are accepted:
- Objects and substances that may be hazardous to aircraft, passengers on board the aircraft owned by airline or passengers;
- Objects, weight and size of which significantly exceed the established norms of overall airline regulations for baggage;
- Items the carriage of which is prohibited by the laws and regulations of the State from the territory, through or into which the flight is operated.
Flight documents, medical records, x-rays, negatives, especially valuable and fragile items, as well as money, credit cards, securities and documents, precious metals, stones and pearls and their products, the passengers are obliged to carry with themselves, without checking-in as a baggage.
Carrier is not liable for the safety of these items, if they are transported in checked baggage, regardless of whether the baggage accepted for carriage with a declared or not declared value.
The maximum allowable dimensions of hand luggage must not exceed 56 cm (22 inches) x 45 cm (18 inches) x 25 cm (10 inches), and the maximum size of each piece of hand luggage on the sum of the three dimensions - 115 cm. (45 inches). These take into account the size of the wheels, handles and side pockets of the baggage that carried as hand luggage.
If hand luggage consists of more than 1 bag (piece), all the luggage pieces must be considered in acceptation for carriage as a whole piece and total combined size of these pieces in 3 dimensions must not exceed 115 cm.
For safety reasons, the following dangerous objects and substances can not be accepted for carriage as a checked baggage:
- Firearms, pistols and military items - any subject or similarity of the object from which it is possible to release the bullet, or that can cause bodily injury;
- Piercing / edged weapons and sharp objects - any pointed or sharp object, which can cause bodily harm.
- Items with a blunt end - any object with a blunt end, which can cause personal injury;
- Explosives and flammable substances - any explosive or flammable substances that pose a threat to the health of passengers and crew or the security / safety of flight or property;
- Chemical and toxic substances - any chemical and toxic substance that poses a threat to the health of passengers and crew or the security / safety of flight or property;
NOTE 1: The list below is not exhaustive and is intended for use as guidance for staff who conduct inspections and inspection in order to comply with safety rules of airline personnel, passengers, their carry-on baggage and checked baggage.
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Items accepted for carriage as checked baggage and hand luggage with restrictions
On flights from airports in the Republic of Uzbekistan liquids carried in hand luggage must not exceed the volume of 100ml. Liquids in containers of more than 100ml will not be accepted even in the case when the container is only partially filled. Container should be placed in a transparent re-sealable plastic bag of not more than 1 liter in volume, provided at the airport. Each passenger is allowed to have only one (1) transparent plastic bag of 1 liter in volume. An exception should be made for liquids bought in duty free shops at the airport or on board the aircraft, with the proviso that such a liquid packaged in a securely sealed plastic bag, in which there is good evidence that this packaging is done in airport duty-free shops or on board the aircraft in the day (s) of flight for both departing and transfer passengers.
An exception should be made for medications, baby milk / food and dietary or medical products necessary to the passenger during the flight. In the carriage of such items at the request of the Aviation Security Service, the passenger must provide evidence to support their vital need for his health. On the label / recipe of prescribed medications the indicated names of the passenger must correspond to the names of his / her boarding pass. If the medication does not apply to drugs purchased with a prescription it is required to determine the required amount for use in flight and to get permission for carriage.
NOTE: The liquid means water and other drinks, soups, syrups, jams, stew, sauces and pastes, foods in sauces or containing large amounts of liquids, creams, lotions, cosmetics and oils, perfumes, sprays, gels, including hair and douche gels, the contents of containers under pressure, including shaving foam, other foams and deodorants, pastes, including toothpaste, a mixture of liquids with solids, mascara, lip gloss and chapstick and any products of similar consistency at room temperature.
Under the fluids used for medical purposes it is understood liquid medicines prescribed by the doctor or purchased without prescription.
Under the fluids used for dietary needs mean food, without which passenger health is threatened (baby food, special dietary products).