Because of to the high concentration of people during the day and night, airports represent a potential target for terrorists and there is a danger of hijacking planes. While all your luggage go through an X-ray scan and manual review, you’ll have to go through metal detector before boarding and you also may be searched. Knowing the rules and regulations at the airport will help you to more easily embark on your flight and with less stress. Beside that through airport each day passes the huge number of people, airports play a demanding role of a border crossing point for travelers from various countries of the world. This makes them high-risk areas where the preservation of national security and the safety of passengers is of great importance. After the attacks on New York “Twin Towers” in 2001, most countries in the world have significantly tightened security measures at airports.
According to the advice of most airlines, it is recommended that you arrive at the airport at least two hours before departure of your flight, but you will in many cases take less time than that, especially if you already have tickets (always it is better to buy in advance) and if you don’t carry any baggage that requires additional checks. Your travel papers, documents and money at any time should be with you. Make sure that all the items that aren’t allowed to handle don’t carry: explosives (e.g., firecrackers), flammable liquids and substances (various kinds of fuels, paint thinner, and aerosols, radioactive substances, toxic and infectious substances (e.g., pesticides and insecticides) oxidizing agents, and organic peroxides (including bleach and kits for car body repair). About your hand luggage the rules are even stricter with the previously mentioned items which means you shouldn’t carry a gun or any other weapon (that also includes replicas of weapons and dazing such as stun), sharp objects (knives, scissors, nail and razors, tools that can be used as a weapon) blunt instruments that can make injures (eg, rods, sticks, skateboards, equipment for martial arts). For fear of liquid explosives, the United States and the European Union have restricted the amount of liquids that can be carried on, however, many countries in the world also have introduced similar regulations so be sure to check what rules apply in your starting point and destination. While among your luggage you can transfer the bottles with liquid without fear and be careful about your hand luggage on the plane because it is allowed only minimal quantities. The liquids must be stored in bottles of 100 milliliters and packed in the most transparent plastic bags (to make it easier unable to verify that comply with regulations) and a capacity not exceeding one liter, which can be purchased at the airport. Liquids are considered as a large number of products for personal care creams, lotions, oils, perfumes, sprays, pastes, gels, aerosols, including mascara for eyelashes and lip gloss so be careful what and how much cosmetics carry. But don’t worry, you’ll still be able to freely buy perfumes and liquor in stores at the airport but only don’t open them after purchase. If you need to carry cocoa liquid medication or preparation, or foods for your child, it is permissible if it is really necessary, but you must contact the airport staff to get special permission. You should be dressed in clothes and shoes that are easy to control, which will be shorter than. Be careful with metal objects because additional checks can take away your the time, switch keys, electronic devices, jewelry and the like in hand luggage before scanning. If for medical reasons you have the body kind of iron embedded implant, a screw or the like, be sure to notify it to the airport staff.