Know what you can carry. For safety reasons, some items cannot be taken on to an aircraft. Please do not pack them in either hand baggage or hold luggage.
◘ Flammable liquids and solids.
◘ Explosives, ammunition, detonators and related equipment.
◘ Smoke canisters and smoke cartridges.
◘ Infectious substances such as live virus materials.
◘ Wet-cell car batteries.
◘ Oxidizers such as bleaching powders.
◘ Organic peroxides.
◘ Instruments containing magnets.
◘ Fireworks and pyrotechnics.
◘ Non-safety matches.
◘ Fire lighter, lighter fuel, paints, thinners.
◘ Poisons, arsenic, cyanide, weed killer.
◘ Tear gas devices or any gas cylinders.
◘ Magnetrons. Instruments containing mercury.
◘ Radioactive materials, acids, corrosives, alkalis, caustic soda.
◘ Creosote, quicklime, oiled paper.
◘ Vehicle fuel system components which have contained fuel.
To avoid bags becoming jammed on the conveyor belt, please ensure that:
◘ All loose straps are tied up or removed.
◘ All flaps are securely fastened.
◘ Extendable handles are retracted or secured.
◘ Old tags and barcodes are removed.
Only limited quantities of liquids may be carried through airport security into the departure lounge. This includes bottled drinks, suntan lotion, fragrances, cosmetics, toiletries and all frozen liquids.
◘ Liquids may only be carried in containers holding 100ml or less.
◘ They must be carried separately in a single bag which is: Transparent and resealable
◘ No larger than 20cm x 20cm (8in x 8in)
◘Able to close properly with all the items inside.
◘At security control, place the bag in the tray with your other items.
◘Liquids in containers over 100ml will not be permitted through security – please pack them in your hold baggage instead.
◘The following exceptions may be made to the 100ml rule:
◘Baby food or baby milk: This exception is only permitted if you are traveling with a baby or infant. Please carry only what you need for your journey and, to assist security screening, please do not carry these items in a flask. If you are not traveling with a baby or infant, excess liquids should be carried as hold luggage.
◘Liquid medicines: You are only permitted to carry quantities of liquid medication in excess of your personal liquid allowance where it is needed during the course of your flight. All medication should be accompanied by documentary proof of authenticity, such as a prescription or letter from a medical practitioner confirming that you need them for your journey. Liquid medication that is not required on the flight should be carried as hold luggage. Ask Airline staff to find out more about traveling with medicines.
◘Explosive or flammable liquids, and those that are considered toxic, are not permitted in either hand or hold luggage.
◘Don’t wrap gifts. Security staff may wish to view them, and so may unwrap them.
◘Consider putting a change of clothes, or at least underwear and a spare shirt, into your hand baggage. It can mean a little extra comfort at the end of a long-haul flight, or if hold baggage is delayed.
◘Never carry anything on to an aircraft for anyone else.
You should have received check-in time with your booking. If you can't find it, your airline or travel agent will be able to help. However, as a general rule you should aim to arrive for: Long-haul International flights: three hours before scheduled departure Domestic flights: two hours before scheduled departure
Please refer the chart reference number as you read the following guide.
Arrival at the departure
At the west of the Terminal Building, where you get dropped off by taxis for departures, just pull a trolley and put your baggage and head towards the departure gate where you will be greeted and guided for the check-in by Airport Security.
Show your ID and Travel Documents
You will be asked to produce your passport or ID card and the travel documents (PNR or ticket issued by the airline)
Screening your baggage through X-Ray machine
Put you baggage through the X-Ray machine, take them back on to trolley and proceed towards the check-in counters. Usually a display behind the appropriate counter will show your flight number and other useful information.
Complete check-in at Airline Counter
Once check-in is finished you’ll get your boarding pass which show boarding time. If there is too much time before boarding you can confirm the time of boarding with airline staff and go out of the Terminal Building for refreshment.
Have a refreshment at the Café nearby
At the restaurant you can have a variety of treats to enjoy while you await boarding.
Back to departure
Once done with your refreshment you should go back in to the terminal building via departure gate and proceed to the pre-boarding security checkpoint.
Security check at pre-boarding
Put your phone and other belongings to one of the available trays near the X-Ray machine and pass them through the X-Ray machine. Proceed through the Walk-through gate and meet the Security Officers for a body check. Once the security check is complete and if you are a domestic passenger proceed to the Domestic Departure Hall and take a seat while you await the final call for boarding. In the Departure Hall toilets and a Prayer Room is available.
Note for International Passengers
International Passengers shall proceed to the Passport Control which is few steps ahead. Once done proceed to the International Departure Hall and take a seat while you await the final call for boarding. In the Departure Hall toilets and a Prayer Room is available.