Passengers proceed to the gate area through security checkpoints.
Security control of airline passengers is the responsibility of the
aviation authorities and the airports.
Before the security
check you must present proof of your intention to travel - a boarding
pass issued at the check-in desk.
You are required to place
your overcoats, jackets and belts on the conveyer belt for x-ray
inspection. Jewelry, watches, coins, wallets, pens, keys and mobile
phones should be put in your carry-on bag or jacket pocket.
High-heeled shoes often contain a substantial amount of metal, so
shoes should also be taken off for x-ray scanning. The security
inspectors also inspect the inside of waistbands on pants and skirts
for prohibited substances.
A laptop computer must be taken
out of its case and placed on the belt separately from the rest of
your carry-on baggage.
You are allowed to carry liquids in
containers no larger than 100 ml each, packed in one transparent,
maximum 1-litre, re-sealable plastic bag. The plastic bag must be
presented separately at the security check.