To avoid any potential inconvenience or loss due to baggage irregularities, we recommend you to take out travel insurance before your journey.
In case of any irregularity with your baggage, please report it immediately upon landing to the local Baggage Delivery/Lost and Found Service before leaving the airport.
The following items should not be carried in checked-in baggage:
- jewelery and precious metals,
- computers and electronic devices,
- stocks, bonds and business documents,
- passports, personal and irreplaceable documents,
- items of art,
- perishable items and fragile items,
- other items of value that cannot be easily replaced if lost or damaged.
These items should be carried in hand baggage under your care.
However, if you decide to carry any of these items in your checked-in baggage, it will be at your own responsibility and risk. In that case, we strongly recommend you to take travel insurance before your journey.
Limited Release Bag Tag
Air Serbia shall issue Limited Release Baggage Tag for fragile, other inadequately-packed items and perishable items. Baggage with pre-existing damage shall also be accepted as a Limited Release Baggage. The Limited Release Baggage Tag releases the airline from liabilities resulting from any pre-existing damage or unsuitability for transport.
Lost Hand Baggage
Air Serbia shall not be held liable for the loss of hand baggage. If you lose your hand luggage, please report it while you are still at the airport so that we can support you in tracing the lost baggage.
Notes on Limited Liability
Air Serbia adheres to the Montreal Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules for International Carriage by Air which defines the limited material liability of the carrier for the delayed, damaged, destroyed and lost checked baggage as stated in General conditions of carriage and Terms and Conditions of Carriage US/CA.