The number, dimensions and weight of luggage you can take with you are limited depending on the destination, ticket class and airline. You may have to pay an additional fee for baggage over a certain limit.
Escape your choice of airline to travel; Be sure to check your ticket and find out about your right to carry up to 1kg of luggage and other information.
Also, find out about the size and weight restrictions on carry-on baggage that you can take into the cabin. Also, do not exceed the width limits and carrying capacity, so as not to damage or break the handle of your baggage/luggage due to overcrowding during transportation. It is the baggage that the passenger takes into the aircraft under his/her own control and responsibility . The prohibited items in carry-on baggage are listed in Schedule-17 of the National Civil Aviation Security Program. However, as of October 1, 2009, by order of the General Directorate of Civil Aviation, there is a liquid limit for international flights departing from our airport.
Liquid restriction includes all liquids, gels, aerosols, etc. in hand luggage. New regulations on the restricted carriage of goods:
- The maximum amount of liquids that can be carried in hand luggage is 100 ml.
- These liquids should be transported separately in 1 liter 20cm x 20cm transparent ziplock bags.
- Each passenger can only take 1 piece of luggage.
- Drugs (prescription only and in original packaging) and baby food are excluded from this application.
- Liquids: water, syrup, etc. other drinks, creams, lotions, oils, perfumes, make-up materials (liquid lipstick, mascara, etc.), toothpaste, shaving gels and foams, hair gels, deodorants, contact lens liquids, shampoos, jams, honey , yoghurt etc . substances.
Liquids purchased in duty-free shops must be transported in closed special bags together with the receipt. Please only open closed bags at the end of your journey. Otherwise, the contents of the bag may be confiscated at security checkpoints. If you have a connecting flight to the countries of the European Union or the USA, duty-free products (over 100 ml) may not be carried as carry-on baggage, even in ziplock bags.
For check-in, it is recommended to be at the airport 1.5 hours before departure for domestic flights and 2 hours before departure for international flights.
You must have your ticket, valid passport and ID with you when you get to the airport. Passengers without ID will not be accepted on board. All passengers, including children and infants, must present their ID upon check-in. Passengers traveling with electronic tickets must know their PNR number and present their valid IDs. Since the baggage handling rules of the individual airlines may differ, you can find out from the respective airline about the number and weight of the baggage to be carried.
The electronic information monitors at the counters and the passenger information boards in the terminal tell you which counters you use to have your check-in process carried out. Passengers register with their ticket, photo ID (valid passport, ID card, driver's license, marriage certificate) and, if applicable, luggage at the check-in counter of the respective airline. If a visa is required for the destination country, it is essential that a valid visa is present in the passport. If there is luggage, a name tag with information such as first name, last name, telephone number and address must be attached to the luggage.
For carry-on baggage that can be taken into the cabin, the check-in officer must be informed and a carry-on baggage tag must be attached.
At the check-in counters, after checking the accuracy of the information, the airline employee prepares the boarding pass and baggage tag from the check-in system and takes the baggage. The small part of the baggage tag is attached to the ticket given to the passenger. The other part is attached to the luggage and sent to the plane. The check-in process is completed by giving the passenger the boarding pass with the ticket, ID and number of flights, gate number, boarding time and seat number to be traveled on the plane.
Shops at Milas Bodrum Airport are open 24 hours a day. Our passengers are offered a variety of shopping possibilities.
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