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.
At the check-in stand, passenger documents are checked, i.e. a valid photo document (ID card or passport), visas, if required, as well as a ticket or reservation confirmation. Checked baggage is also provided at the check-in stand. During check-in, the passenger receives a boarding card entitling him/her to board the plane with attached baggage confirmation. Check-in at the check-in stands is started 2 hours before departure and finished approximately 40 minutes before the scheduled departure time. The check-in stands contain logo of the air carrier, name of the destination port, flight number and departure time.
If you are transporting items that require customs before you check in, you must go through customs. To do this, contact the Customs Service
Having checked-in, passengers go to the boarding card inspection and security checkpoints. In the interests of passenger comfort and safety, cabin baggage is subject to security check, during which the check operator checks, inter alia, whether there are any items forbidden for transport.
Smoking after passing the security check is only possible in a specially designated cabin, which is located near Gate 1