Controls at Check-in
During check-in operations, the following controls are carried out:
passenger documents and identity cards;
bags in the hold: weight is verified, labelling, x-ray controls (where bags are sorted).
Some dangerous objects are not allowed in your luggage that you check-in for the hold.  It is important to inform yourself ahead of time so that you do not delay any boarding operations.

Controls at security for entry to boarding area
To ease and accelerate security controls, passengers must present their identity documents and boarding pass.
The following are subjected to x-ray controls:
passengers, by a metal detector (if necessary, shoes must also be removed).
hand luggage (if necessary a manual inspection may be requested).
All possible objects that you may have:  
rings, bracelets,necklaces,earrings
credit cards
cellulare phones
change purses, wallets, business card holders
coats and blazers
For security reasons, it is forbidden to pack in your hand bag sharp or pointed objects (knives, scissors, and blades). 
Keep in mind: there are specific restrictions for carrying liquids.


Passports are controlled for all non-European Union passengers or E.U passengers whos country does not apply Schengen regulations.


Articles forbidden in the cabin and hold 

It is forbidden to carry in the cabin the following articles.
Guns, fire arms and other weapons
Any object that resembles or is built to shoot a bullet to cause wounds, such as:
lighters shaped as firearms
anytype of toygun
fire arm components (excluding telescopic aiming devises and gunsights)
devises that stun or transmit shock, for example electric prods used on cattle, electrical ballistic weapons (tasers)
harpoons and scuba guns
handguns and spheres
air guns, rifles and pellet guns
industrial dart guns and nail guns
flare guns
starter guns
imitation or replica firearms
instruments to suppress animals without pain
all firearms (pistols, revolvers, carbines, rifles, etc.)
Sharp weapons or with rough edges and cutting objects
Sharp articles or with a blade that may cause wounds, such as: 
harpoons and spears
artisan tools that may be used as pointed or sharp edged weapons (for example drills and drill bits, cutters, all types of saws, screwdrivers, jemmys, hammers, pliers, wrenches, welders)
ski and walking / biking poles
knives, including ceremony knives, with blades longer than 6 cm, made from metal or any other material strong enough to make a potential weapon
scissor with blades longer than 6 cm
darts and arrows
meat cleavers
ice skates
ice axes and ice picks
climbing crampons
open razors and razor blades (excluding safe razors or disposable with the razor incorported in the cartridge)
sabers, swords and clubs with hidden blades
throwing stars
pocketknives or switchblade knives of any blade length

Blunt instruments
Any type of blunt instrument that may cause wounds, such as: 
martial arts equipment (for example, brass knuckels, clubs, batons, chains, num chuck, kubaton, kubasaunt)
fishing rods
baseball and softball bats
cricket bat
golf clubs
hockey sticks
lacrosse rackets
bats or clubs which are either rigid or soft (for example, batons, truncheons and sticks)
kayak and canoe paddles
pool cues or any of its parts
Explosives and flammable substances
Any type of explosive or highly flammable substance that may cause a health risk to passengers and crew members or for the security of the aircraft and or its contents, such as:
turpentine and solvents for paint
alcoholic beverages that contain more than 70% alcohol volume (140%  proof)
smoke flares and cartridges
flammable liquid combustible (for example, gasoline/petrol, diesel fuel, lighter fluid, alcohol, ethanal)
detonators and fuses
explosives and explosive devises
fireworks, flares (of any type) and other pyrotechnical articles (including firecrackers and toy cap guns)
gas and gas cans (for example, butane, propane, acetylene, oxygen) in large volumes
grenades of any type
mines and any other military explosive materials
imitations or replicas of explosive device materials
aerosol paint cans
Chemical and toxic substances
  Any type of chemical or toxic substance which may cause a health risk to passengers and crew members or for the security of the aircraftand or its contents, such as: 
acids and  alkali (for example, wet spillable batteries)
fire extinguishers
infectious materials or dangerous biological materials (for example, infected blood, bacteria and viruses)
radioactive materials (for example, medical or commercial isotopes)
combustible and ignitable materials
corrosive or bleach substances (for example, mercury, chlorine)
disabling and immobilizing spray (for example, irritant spray, lachrymatory gas)



water and other beverages, soups, syrups
creams, lotions and oils
gels (including hair gel and shower gel)
pressurized containers (including shaving foam, other foams, aerosols and deodorants)
paste (including tooth paste)
mixture of liquids and solids
any other product of similar consistency
Unless such liquid is put in individual containers no more than 100 milliliters each or equivalent (ex. 100 grams), carried in a transparent plastic bag which must be completely re-sealable.  All sides of the bag must be equal, for example, about 18cm x 20cm. The capacity must not exceed 1 litre and must be shown at security check point separately from your hand luggage.  The transparent plastic re-sealable bag is meant to easily see its contents without having to open it.  It must have a closure such as a zip or any other type of seal that allows you to re close it after it has been opened.

Articles forbidden in the hold
It is forbidden to transport in your hold luggage the following articles: 
spray bottles for personal defense
used components from automobile fuel systems
allarm devices
explosives, including detonators, fuses, grenades and mines
gas, includingpropane and butane
flammable liquids, including gasoline and methanol
liquid refrigerants and irritants
radioactive material, including medical and commercial isotopes
flammible solids and reactive substances, including magnesium, ignition devices, pyrotechnical and flares
corrosive substances, including mercury and vehicle batteries
solid/liquid flammable substances including alcohol greater than 70%
magnetic substances
oxidant and organic peroxide substances, including bleach and automobile bodywork repair kits
toxic and infective substances, including poisons for mice and infected blood
scubatorch with batteriesinserted