Border control rules and regulations: ID, passport, visa, health information, etc…
You must have a valid ID or passport to cross the border.
You may need a visa to enter certain countries.
Please contact police or your regional administrative district for further information
Contact your GP or airline to find more information on health regulations
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European regulations / New security measures
Prior to check-in
Any container over 100 ml must be placed in checked luggage.
Items permitted on board the aircraft are the following:
Liquids, gels, creams, sprays, and pastes: in containers of no more than 100 ml each. You must pack these containers in one transparent, re-sealable plastic bag (approximately 20x20cm). Only one bag per passenger is allowed.
Special dietary requirements and baby food for use during the trip
Medicine (prescription may be needed)
At security checkpoints
Items that must be placed in a tray: laptops and other large electrical devices removed from their cases, jackets and coats, belts, keys and coins, cellphones.
prohibited items on board: firearms and replicas, scissors, blades, inflammable liquids, liquids over 100 ml except those bought in duty-free shops located after the security checkpoints.
Liquids, gels, creams, pastes et aerosols over 100 ml :
If bought in a public areas: are allowed in checked baggage
If bought in airport shops beyond security points in other countries, they are not allowed on board.
All the other items are allowed in your hand luggage.