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Hand Luggage

See what you can bring in your hand luggage

 

The rules for luggage and cabin baggage vary from airline to airline. Therefore, we recommend that you take into account the specific luggage rules that the airline you are traveling with and what they allow to bring on the airplane.

 

Rules for liquids in hand luggage

Liquids or liquid substances in the hand bag must be carried in containers that can not exceed 100 ml.

You may bring more than one container of liquid but no more than it may be in one reclosable plastic bag of max. 1 liter. You may only bring one of these bags.

Do you have baby food, medicine or diet of over 100 ml that you need during the trip or liquids purchased in a tax free shop (in sealed bags from the airport they are purchased and with visible receipt in the bag), it is allowed to bring these, but they must be safeguarded.

You must remove all liquids from the hand luggage and place them visibly in the designated plastic box at the security check, so that the security staff can see them. You may notice that the liquids are taken for additional security checks.

The Danish Transport Agency has a page with good advice in connection with the journey.

 

Rules for medicine in hand luggage

Medications made as liquid, jelly or similar liquid form are exempt from the rules for liquids in airliner.

Liquid, refrigerated medicine and syringes/needles

You may bring liquid medicine over the allowed 100 ml. as well as needles and medicines to be cooled in the hand luggage. Medicine incl. sprays and needles are excluded for normal restraints. However, you must be able to make sense of the need and the authenticity of the medicine. If you need to bring a cooling element to your medicine that requires cooling, this is also allowed.

The Danish Transport Agency has published a page of good advice when you need medicine on the flight.

Lighters and matches

You can bring one lighter or one box of matches on the flight. The lighter or matches must be worn on the person during the flight.

The following types of lighters and matches can not be brought and will be rejected by the security check:

  • Blue flame lighters
  • Strike Anywherematches

Der må ikke medbringes nogen former for lightere og tændstikker i indskrevet bagage.

No lighters and matches may be included in registered baggage.

 

Did you get an answer for your questions?

You are very welcome to contact us at tele@bll.dk or +45 7650 5050.

 

Special Luggage

Bring special luggage, animals and sports equipment on your journey

 

Bring animals on your trip

If you bring your animals on the journey, always remember to book this in advance by airline or travel agency. Also, remember to check the rules applying at the destination you travel to when bringing animals.

Requirements for the size of the box and the weight of the dog can be found on the various airlines' websites.

Bring special luggage and sports equipment on your trip

If you bring special luggage or sports equipment, this must be booked at your travel agency or airline in advance. Otherwise, you can not be sure that you can bring it on your journey.

In addition, it must always adhere to the following limits for weight and dimensions: 95 x 55 cm and a maximum weight of 32 kg.

 

Traveling with weapons

How to pack weapons

 

Contact your airline well in advance if you want to bring weapons for hunting or competitions with you on the trip.

Arrive early because the weapon must be checked by airport staff.


 

Permissions and forms

If you are traveling to an EU country, you must have a valid weapons licence, weapons permit and hunting license, which will be checked at the airport.

If you are traveling to a country outside of the EU, you must either present the valid weapon pass or a completed weapon declaration (A + B), which can be downloaded on this link to the Police website.

At the same time, a weapon form must be completed, which can be obtained here.

To save time, you may have filled in both forms before arriving at the airport. The forms can also be handed out at the airport.

In addition, the airline may require further approvals and forms - so it is important that you always contact the airline too!

 

How to pack weapons and ammunition

  • Weapons and ammunition are not allowed in hand luggage and must therefore be checked in as luggage 
  • The weapon must not be loaded
  • If possible, the weapon must be disassembled and packed in different pieces of luggage 
  • The ammunition must be packed separately from the weapon in a separate suitcase 
  • The ammunition must not exceed a net weight of 5 kg

 

Links

Taking weapons on board (Traffic Authority's website)