Prohibited items for security reasons

  1. It is forbidden to carry on board of the aircraft the following substances, materials, and items
    1. explosives, exploding devices, and items filled with it:
      • different types of gunpowder, in any packaging and in any amount;
      • triton, dynamite, trotol, ammonal and other explosives and their simulants;
      • exploding devices and their simulants;
      • fulminating caps, electric detonators, flash igniters, detonating cord and quick-match fuze;
      • igniters, ammunition, warheads;
      • live ammunition (including small-caliber ammunition);
      • gas spray gun live ammunition;
      • shot-gun cartridges (fulminating caps);
      • pyrotechnics: pistol-flare lights, illuminating rockets, signal cartridges, landing light cartridges, torch pots (land pots), slow matches, Bengal lights, firecrackers, fireworks.
    2. pressurized and liquefied gases:
      • gases for residential uses (butane, propane, acetylene) and other gases;
      • pepper sprays;
    3. highly inflammable liquids:
      • inflammable liquid fuel, for example, gasoline, diesel fuel, samples of highly inflammable oil-products;
      • lighter fluid, alcohol, ethanol;
      • spray paints, turpentine, varnishes, and paints;
      • alcoholic beverages containing more than 70 percent of ethanol.
      • acetone;
      • methanol;
      • methyl acetat (methyl ether);
      • carbon sulphur;
      • ethers;
      • ethyl cellozole.
    4. inflammable solid substances:
      • substances prone to spontaneous combustion;
      • substances that produce highly inflammable gases when wet:
      • potassium, natrium, calcium metal and their alloys, calcium phosphide;
      • white, yellow, and red phosphorus and all other substances classified as inflammable solids.
    5. oxidizers and organic peroxides:
      • colloidal nitrocellulose in granule form or flakes, dry or wet, containing less than 25 percent of water or solvent;
      • colloidal nitrocellulose in pieces, wet, containing less than 25 percent of ethanol;
      • nitrocellulose dry or wet, containing less than 30 percent of solvent or 20 percent of water.
    6. toxic substances;
    7. radioactive materials;
    8. caustics and corrosives:
      • strong inorganic acids: hydrochloric, sulphuric, azotic and other acids;
      • hydrofluoric (fluorhydric) acid and other strong acids and corrosives.
    9. toxic and poisonous substances:
      • any toxic highly active and poisonous substances in liquid or solid form, in any packaging:
      • brucine;
      • nicotine;
      • strychnine;
      • tetrahydrofurfuryl alcohol;
      • antifreeze;
      • hydraulic fluid;
      • ethylene glycol;
      • mercury;
      • all types of cyanide and cyanic solutions;
      • cyclone, black cyanide, arsenic trioxide.
    10. firearms and devices capable of missile release or cause damage (injures):
      • any articles, capable or seem to be capable of missile release or cause damage (injures), including:
      • all types of firearms (handguns, wheel guns, shoulder arm, sawed-off shotguns);
      • copy or imitation of a shotgun (except optical detection devices/aiming devices);
      • gas weapons;
      • airgun pistols, airgun riffles, ball riffles;
      • signal guns, starter guns, all types of toy guns;
      • ball throwing devices;
      • industrial nailing devices and bolt fasteners;
      • crossbows, catapults, harpoons, and spears;
      • devices for animal mortification;
      • stunning or pounding devices, for example, for cattle management;
      • lighters that made to look like a firearm;
      • electroshock weapons.
    11. pointed bladed or throwing weapons, sharp objects, which may be used for damaging and (or) bodily injures, including:
      • daggers, stilettos, amphibious bayonets;
      • axes and hatchets, arrows and darts, harpoons and spears, ice-picks, machetes;
      • sables, swords, and sword handles;
      • equipment for hand-to-hand fights with sharp ends or sharp edges;
      • throwing stars;
      • knives made of metal or every other metal that hard enough, with a blade length more than 6 cm;
      • cardboard cutting knives;
      • scissors with a blade length more than 6 cm, measuring from the center of a joint;
      • scalpels, open razors and blades (excluding safety razors or disposable razors with cartridge blades);
      • skies and skies poles;
      • industrial tools that can be used as piercing or cutting weapons, such as electric drills and drill bits, cutters, utility knives, saws, screwdrivers, crowbars, hammers, pliers, wrenches, torches.
    12. impact-crushing weapons, blunt objects that can be used as weapons:
      • any blunt instruments that can cause damage;
      • baseball and softball bats, bats or hockey sticks, cricket bats;
      • golf sticks, hockey sticks, lacrosse;
      • paddles for boats and canoes;
      • skateboards, snowboard boards;
      • cues for billiards, bowling balls;
      • fishing rods;
      • clubbell, batons, rice chains;
      • other dangerous objects and substances that can be used as a weapon to attack passengers and crew of an aircraft or endanger the safety of an aircraft.
  2. It is forbidden to carry on board the aircraft in checked baggage and baggage compartments the following dangerous substances, materials, and products:
    • explosives, including detonators, fuses, grenades, mines, explosive devices and imitators of the listed items and substances;
    • gases (propane, butane);
    • flammable liquids, including gasoline, methanol and other flammable liquids, including varnishes and paints;
    • flammable solids and reactive substances, including magnesium, fireworks, flares;
    • lighters and matches;
    • oxidizing and organic peroxides, including bleaching agents;
    • ion-lithium batteries transported as consignments;
    • poisonous or infectious substances, including rat poison, infected blood;
    • radioactive material, including medicinal or commercial isotopes;
    • corrosive substances, including mercury, vehicle batteries;
    • components of the fuel systems of vehicles that contained fuel;
    • electronic cigarettes (including electronic cigars, pipes, and other vaporizers for personal use) containing batteries that must be protected to prevent accidental activation.
  3. It is allowed to carry on board of the aircraft by the crew members and by passengers in compliance with the required conditions the following dangerous substances, materials, and products:
    1. in the checked baggage in cargo, baggage compartments of an aircraft with isolated access of passengers to baggage during the flight:
      • crossbows, fish guns, sticks, sabers, hand ax, yataghan, broadswords, swords, knuckle-bow, bayonets, daggers, knives (hunting knives, knives with ejected blades, with locking locks), imitators of any type of weapon;
      • household knives (scissors) and other stabbing/cutting and sharp objects;
      • alcoholic beverages with a content of more than 24 percent, but not more than 70 percent of alcohol by volume in containers with a capacity of not more than 5 liters in containers designed for retail trade, not more than 5 liters per passenger;
      • liquids and alcoholic beverages with an alcohol content by volume of not more than 24 percent;
      • aerosols designed for sports or domestic purposes, the outlet valves of the cans of which are protected by caps from the spontaneous release of the contents in containers with a capacity of not more than 0.5 kg or 500 ml but not more than 2 kg or 2 liters per passengers;
      • medical thermometer containing mercury in a standard case – one per passenger.
    2. in the things carried by passengers:
      • medical thermometer, free of mercury;
      • thermometer or barometer, with mercury, carried by a representative of the weather bureau or a similar official body;
      • a cigarette lighter that does not contain unabsorbed liquid fuel, except liquefied gas, intended for individual use;
      • matches – one box per passenger;
      • dry ice for cooling perishable goods no more than 2 kg per;
      • 3% hydrogen peroxide no more than 100 ml per passenger;
      • liquids, gels, and aerosols classified as harmless:
      • in containers with a capacity of no more than 100 ml (or equivalent capacity in other volume units), packed in a reliably closing transparent plastic bag with a volume of no more than 1 liter, one bag per passenger;
      • electronic cigarettes (including electronic cigars, pipes, and other vaporizers for personal use), containing batteries, which must be protected to prevent accidental activation.

Liquids in containers with a capacity of more than 100 ml are not accepted for carriage even if the container is only partially filled.

It is allowed to transport medicines and baby food necessary for the duration of the flight.

The liquids purchased in duty-free shops at the airport or on board of the aircraft must be packed in security sealed (affix a seal) plastic bag that provides identification of access to the content of the bag during the whole flight which has a reliable confirmation that the purchase was made at the airport duty-free shops or on board of the aircraft on the day (days) of a trip.