Before boarding an aircraft, each passenger must undergo a baggage check-in, and then security check.

Remember that you must be at the airport early enough to check-in, check in for baggage and pass security. It is recommended that you arrive at the airport at least 2 hours before departure.


Check in usually opens up to 2 hours and closes approximately 40 minutes before departure. If you’ve checked in online and have a boarding pass, all you need to do is drop your baggage off (if you have any) at the relevant airline check-in 'bag-drop' area. If you need to check in at the airport, please provide valid travel documentation e.g ID card, passport or visa as well as your international flight ticket or e-Ticket Itinerary Receipt. Check in agent may print your boarding passes if required.

If you are transporting items that require customs procedures, you have to go through Customs Control. Please contact Customs Service.

Security control

After checking in, passengers go through boarding card inspection and security checkpoints. In the interest of passenger safety and comfort, cabin baggage is subject to security screening, where airport security officers check for any items you are not allowed to take on aircraft

Smoking after passing the security check is only possible in a specially designated cabin, which is located near Gate 1

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