Air Serbia

Prohibited articles and regulations for transport of dangerous goods and liquids

We want you to be completely safe on our flight and for this reason it is important that you adhere to the regulations regarding safe entry of liquid substances, hazardous goods and other objects in your baggage.

You are not allowed to bring onboard a number of objects in your baggage, and there are also objects which may be transported under special conditions.

Find out more about the types of liquid and hazardous substances in the drop-down menu.

  • Liquids
    TYPE OF LIQUID HAND BAGGAGE CHECKED BAGGAGE
    Liquids such as:
    • water, juice, tea
    • soups
    • syrups
    • milk and dairy drinks
    • colognes and other liquid cosmetics
    • other types of liquids
    YES
    (see the rules below)
    YES
    Gels such as:
    • shower gel
    • hair gel
    • other types of gels
    YES
    (see the rules below)
    YES
    Pastes such as:
    • toothpaste
    • other types of pastes
    YES
    (see the rules below)
    YES
    Baby food and milk YES
    (see the rules below)
    YES
    Medicines in liquid, gel or aerosol form YES
    (see the rules below)
    YES
    Insulin, blood plasma, etc. YES
    (see the rules below)
    YES
    Aerosols such as:
    • deodorants
    • hair spray
    • other types of aerosols
    YES
    (except for aerosol from subclass 2.2,
    for other items see the rules below)
    YES

    Rules regarding Liquid in Baggage

    • You may bring in liquids, gels, pastes and aerosols only in 100 ml vessels. Any vessel larger than 100 ml shall not be brought into the plane in your baggage even though it may be only partially full.
    • All vessels need to be packed in a plastic transparent bag with a zipper or groove fastener; it may not be larger than 20x20 cm and its volume may not exceed 1 l.
    • This bag must be closed and is checked separately during the hand luggage security check.
    • You are entitled to bring one such bag onboard.

    There are exceptions when it is allowed to bring vessels with more than 100 ml of liquid onboard, and these are as follows:

    • Baby food and formula in the quantity necessary for the baby during the flight.
    • Liquids, pastes, gels and aerosols bought in duty free shops in the airport security-restricted areas and packed in a transparent sealed plastic bag which you should not open until you reach your destination. The bag should also have a fiscal receipt for the purchased goods with the travel date.
    • Any medication in the form of liquid, gel or aerosol with the doctor's report issued by the competent medical institution or authorized doctor's office.
    • Medical preparations such as insulin or blood plasma with the certificate issued by the competent medical institution or authorized doctor's office.
  • Medicines and medical equipment
    ITEM HAND BAGGAGE CHECKED BAGGAGE
    Medicines in the form of pills and capsules YES YES
    Medicines in the form of liquids YES
    (see the rules for transport of liquids)
    YES
    Portable medical electronic devices containing lithium metal and lithium-ion cells or batteries, such as:
    • automatic external defibrillators
    • inhalators
    • CPAP device
    YES
    (with prior approval of the carrier)
    YES
    (with prior approval of the carrier)
    Equipment with liquid oxygen for personal use such as, e.g. oxygen bottle NO NO
    Medical or clinical thermometer for personal use containing mercury YES
    (max one piece
    which must be in protective case)
    YES
    (must be in protective case)
  • Tools, sharp and blunt objects
    ITEM HAND BAGGAGE CHECKED BAGGAGE
    Knives and blades longer than 6 cm NO YES
    Scissors with the blade longer than 6 cm, measured from the end of the handles NO YES
    Other sharp objects such as:
    • objects intended for cutting: axes, hatchets, cleavers
    • axes and ice chisels
    • razors
    • packaging cutter
    • swords
    • equipment for martial arts with a sharp tip: swords and sabres
    NO YES
    Blunt objects such as:
    • baseball and softball bats
    • sticks and bats, such as, for example, nightsticks
    • leather lined bats
    • equipment for martial arts
    NO YES
    Tools with a blade or handle longer than 6 cm which can cause serious injuries or present safety threat, such as:
    • screwdriver
    • chisel
    NO YES
    Other tools such as:
    • levers
    • drills, including cordless portable drills
    • drill bits
    • saws, including cordless portable saws
    • soldering irons
    • staple and nail gun
    NO YES
  • Explosives, ammunition and weapons
    ITEM HAND BAGGAGE CHECKED BAGGAGE
    Explosives, ammunition and weapons:
    • sport and hunting firearms
    • air guns and carbon dioxide guns, such as guns with pellets, rifles and revolvers
    • toy guns, replicas and imitations of firearms which can be mistaken for real
    • integral parts of firearms, if the present parts cannot be used to assemble a firearm, with the exclusion of telescopic sights
    • toy guns
    • bows
    • arrows
    • crossbows
    • harpoons
    • underwater firearms
    • flare guns if unloaded and starter pistols
    • small slings
    • catapults
    NO YES
    Firearms (with the exclusion of sports and hunting weapons) NO NO
    Explosives such as:
    • explosive capsules
    • mines, grenades and other explosive military devices
    • dynamite, gunpowder, plastic explosive, etc
    NO NO
    for exceptions see the detailed guide
    Replicas of explosive devices NO YES
  • Batteries, electronic devices and wheelchair
    ITEM HAND BAGGAGE CHECKED BAGGAGE
    Portable electronic devices with lithium metal or lithium ion cells or batteries for personal use, such as:
    • mobile phones
    • calculators
    • watches
    • laptops
    • photo cameras
    • video cameras
    YES YES
    Batteries whose contents can leak and devices charged by these batteries NO NO
    Devices charged by lithium-ion batteries with the power of 100 Wh to 160 Wh YES
    (with prior approval of the carrier)
    YES
    (with prior approval of the carrier)
    Wheelchair and similar movement devices charged by wet-cell batteries that cannot leak NO YES
    (with prior approval of the carrier)
    Wheelchair and similar devices charged by dry-cell batteries NO YES
    (with prior approval of the carrier)
    Wheelchair and other similar movement devices not being charged by lithium batteries NO YES
    (with prior approval of the carrier)
    Collapsible movement aids charged by lithium-ion batteries YES
    (if the batteries are removed from the aid and with prior approval of the carrier)
    NO
  • Gases and oxidizing matters
    ITEM HAND BAGGAGE CHECKED BAGGAGE
    Gases such as:
    • flammable gases
    • non-flammable gases
    • refrigerant gases
    • refrigerant gases
    NO NO
    Oxidizing matters such as:
    • bleaching powder
    • peroxides
    NO NO
  • Toxic and infectious substances, corrosive substances, radioactive and magnetized materials
    ITEM HAND BAGGAGE CHECKED BAGGAGE
    Toxic substances such as:
    • arsenik
    • cyanide
    • insecticides
    • means of weed control
    • bacterial and viral cultures
    NO NO
    Corrosive substances such as:
    • mercury that can be found in thermometers
    • acids
    • bases
    • wet-cell batteries that can leak
    NO NO
    Radioactive materials NO NO
    Magnetized materials NO NO