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Security

Security checks

The times for security checks may vary even within the same day. It is therefore recommended that you always arrive at the airport well in advance.

Place valuables and cash in the tray in such a way that they are not immediately visible to those preceding or following you in line (e.g. by slipping them into a jacket pocket, etc.).

Try as much as possible to maintain eye contact with the tray.

Remember that security staff do not take over the items you have placed in the tray, and cannot identify which passenger has used which tray.

Security checks are designed to prevent dangerous or prohibited items from being loaded onto the aircraft.

Prohibited items

Below is a list of items prohibited in the cabin and items prohibited in the hold.

For detailed rules governing liquids and fluids in hand baggage (e.g. gels or creamy products), please refer to the regulations published on the ENAC - Ente Nazionale Aviazione Civile website.

For the transport in the hold of firearms and ammunition, please refer to the regulations in force and the instructions of your carrier.


Before departing, check the airline's website for further restrictions.

Object Disposal

Before checking in, the passenger is asked to get rid, in a specially designated area, of all those objects that, according to the current regulatory framework and basic security rules, are not allowed inside the aircraft. These are liquids, aerosols and gels (L.A.G.S.) and objects not allowed in the cabin (O.N.A.C.).

At the airport, near the security checkpoints, there are special containers that passengers can use to get rid of all those objects that are not allowed in the cabin and that were not previously placed in their checked baggage.

Airport Security Sytems

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Ministerial Decree 29/01/99 no. 85 entrusts SAGAT with managing the Airport Security Systems.

X-ray main activities

 

  • x-ray control (or similar apparatus) on hand luggage;
  • x-ray control (or similar apparatus) on hold luggage;
  • x-ray control (or similar apparatus) on transfer luggage;
  • x-ray control (or similar apparatus) on freight and mail.

 
Security controls carried out if required by airlines or airport authorities
 

  • Surveillance and identification of luggage alongside the plane by departing passengers;
  • Surveillance of parked airplane and control of access aboard;
  • Escort luggage, freight, catering and flight provisions to/from the airplane;
  • Escort weapons;
  • Custody, surveillance and escort of valuables to/from the airplane.

 
Any other surveillance activity or control required by airport authorities, as long as the intervention of public authorities or Police forces is not necessary.
 
EU Security Rules at Airports

To protect passengers against the threat of liquid explosives, the European Union (EU) has adopted security rules that restrict the amount of liquids that you can take through security checkpoints.

They apply to all passengers departing from airports in the EU whatever their destination.

For information visit th Enac - Italian Civil Aviation Authority website.