Preflight Control

Before boarding their flight, international passengers go through three controls:

  • customs (to declare goods and valuables taken abroad);
  • passport and border (check of identity documents and legitimacy of crossing state borders);
  • security (check of the passengers’ personal items to ensure security of the flight).

After successful passage through all the controls, the passenger comes to the area where checked passengers can wait for the boarding.

Domestic passengers go through the security check and come to the area where checked passengers can wait for the boarding.

If you are carrying animals or plants, you have to pass the plant-protection control, the veterinary control and the sanitary-quarantine control.

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