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What Can You Take on Board with You?
Generally, you can take anything, except substances and objects classified in international practice as "dangerous", a list of which is printed in your ticket.
Weapons and portable radio transmitters are allowed with passengers only if they have a special permit.
Special baggage, say, musical instruments, can be taken into the cabin or even travel in the "own" seats, provided there is an additional ticket.
Free Baggage Carriage Rules
The rate of free carriage of baggage is 20 kg for the tourist class, 30 kg for the business class, and 40 kg for the first class. On flights to the USA, Canada, Argentina, Brazil and Mexico this rate is defined as two pieces, the size of both (length, width and height) not exceeding 158 cm and the weight of each piece should be no more than 32 kg.
If the weight and size of your baggage exceeds the established norms, it is advisable that you settle all problems connected with its checking beforehand.
In Case Your Baggage is Lost or Damaged
A written claim must be lodged with the carrier immediately after the damage has been discovered, but no more than seven days after the baggage had been received.
In the case of loss of baggage a relevant claim is lodged with the carrier within two years from the date of your planeâ€™s arrival to the point of destination.
How Much Hand Luggage Will You Take With You?
A passenger may take with him or her over the above the baggage allowed for free carriage:
The stewards recommend that you place your hand luggage in the following manner:
Special meals should be ordered upon ticket issuing ( a special note must be made on the air ticket), but no less than 36 hours before the flight, and reconfirmed at check-in.
Special Needs Passengers
Carriage of Pregnant Women and Newborns
Pregnant women who are expected to give birth within the nearest four weeks must present a written consent to the flight from a doctor. A relevant medical examination certificate must be dated not earlier than 7 days before the flight.
It is not recommended to take newborns under 7 days on board.
Sick passengers must have a certificate of medical examination. The carrier has the right to refuse to take such passengers if their physical state may jeopardize safety of the flight or cause discomfort to other passengers.
Travelling with Animals
If you have decided to take your pet with you on board a plane, you must inform the operator when booking your ticket (a special note will be made in your ticket). You will have to arrive to the airport well in advance to have your pet registered.
Do not forget to bring with you a veterinary certificate and exit permit, also a veterinary first-aid kit (iodine, manganese crystals, and antipyretics), and tinned or dry food for the animal.
Pets (cats, fogs, birds) are carried in special cages (containers) provided by the passenger, and animals of less than 8 kg can be taken into the cabin upon the carrierâ€™s permission, and those above 9 kg can fly only in the baggage compartment.
It should be noted that some states (Great Britain, Australia) have special rules for bringing animals into the country.
You may find out about the terms of carrying wild, rare and other animals when your have your ticket issued.
Payment for carriage of animals is the same as for extra baggage whether you have extra baggage or not, and the animalsâ€™ weight together with the container is not included in baggage weight allowed to be taken free of charge.
Guide-dogs accompanying blind persons are carried free.