Hold or checked baggage is the baggage you are handing over for transport at the airport check-in counter. Hold baggage is transported in the aircraft cargo hold or compartment and is not available during the flight.
Most of the carriers provide free of charge hold baggage transport whilst some carriers charge separately every baggage except hand luggage.
If your baggage exceeds declared allowances or amount excess baggage is a subject to extra charge. The fees for excess baggage are determined separately by carriers. Please find details regarding applicable tariffs on excess baggage at selected airline.
For the details on hold baggage policy, allowances and total amount of hold baggage please ask your airline when booking your flight or upon arrival to the airport at the designated airlines’ office.
Hold baggage must not contain the following items:
- explosives, including detonators, grenades, mines;
- Gases: propane, butane;
- flammable liquids;
- flammable substances and materials as magnesium;
- radioactive materials;
- oxides and organic peroxides;
- poisonous and infectious substances;
- corrosive chemicals, including mercury;
- components of the composition of the fuel supply to the engine when the machine containing fuel.
The content of this list is not complete. Additional information about the objects and substances that are prohibited to enter in the restricted airport area airport and in the aircraft, can be found on the website of the Civil Aviation Authorities of the Republic of Serbia as follows:
Dangerous goods are liquids and items that can endanger health, safety, property and environment.
Dangerous goods are forbidden to carry in hold and cabine baggage. Passenger are asked to get informed prior to travel about items that can be carried during the flight.
It is strictly forbidden at the airport to leave any baggage unattended!