Security at Manchester MAN Airport

Security Procedure At Manchester Airport, we make the safety and security of customers and staff our absolute priority. To make your journey as smooth as possible and avoid unnecessary delays, we ask that you pay special attention to our security procedure. Security Procedures At the airport
To ensure your journey is a smooth one, please ensure that you read the latest regulations about what you can and cannot take on board the aircraft. Hand baggage
Manchester Airport have lifted the 1 bag per passenger rule - more info We would remind all passengers that each airline has their own policy regarding the amount of hand baggage allowed on their aircraft and we strongly recommend that information regarding this is sought directly from the Airline before travel. Liquids
Passengers will be allowed to take liquids, gels and pastes of 100mls or less in their hand baggage. These items must be contained within a small, transparent re-sealable plastic bag, which will have to be removed from their hand baggage and x-rayed separately. To save time and expense please come prepared with your own correct sized plastic bag, however you can purchase plastic bags in the terminals. Plastic bags are sold in ALL Terminals with two bags available for £1, if you forget to bring your own. Plastic bag dispensers are conveniently located in multiple sites around check-in and security alongside coin change machines.  The new rules stipulate that the plastic bag must not exceed one litre capacity per passenger - that’s around half the size of a standard A4 piece of paper and it must be sealable. The bag can contain two or more items of less than 100mls/100g each but must not be cluttered to allow security officers to carry out thorough checks. Liquids include:
Water and other drinks, soups, syrups
Creams, lotions and oils
Perfumes
Lipsticks
Sprays
Gels, including hair and shower gels
Contents of pressurised containers, including shaving foam, other foams and deodorants
Pastes, including toothpaste
Liquid-solid mixtures
Mascara
Any other item of a similar consistency. If you are in doubt on any of the liquid, gels or pastes restrictions then pack them into your suitcase when you check-in your hold luggage. Large electrical items / Laptops
Laptops and other complex items of electrical equipment have to be removed from hand luggage and screened separately. WHAT DOES NOT CHANGE
Passengers will continue to be allowed to pack liquids in the bags that they check-in. Medicines and Baby Foods
Passengers will also be allowed to carry in their hand luggage medicines and dietary requirements including baby foods, for use during the flight. Please note that; you may be asked for proof that these items are needed.
Parents WILL be asked to sample baby milk and food and also those people with dietary requirements (these can be any size). Passengers will be able to buy liquids including drinks and perfumes either in an EU airport shop after security control, or on board an aircraft operated by an EU airline. If they are sold in a special sealed bag, passengers must not open them before they are screened otherwise the contents may be confiscated at the security checkpoint. Don’t Forget - Before the airport
Before you arrive at Manchester Airport, make sure you have a valid passport (and visa where necessary) for your trip. Many authorities require a passport that’s valid for at least six months from the time you fly. If you need help and advice, visit the UK Passport website. On domestic flights, airlines now require to see appropriate photo identity. Please check with your airline about which forms of photo identity are acceptable. Check-In times
Please check your ticket or travel itinerary, or contact your airline for advice on check in times. Generally, check in desks open 2-3 hours before the flight is due to depart. X-Ray Scanners
From February 1st 2010, additional Government legislation came into operation at this airport. Any selected passenger who refuses to use the scanner will be denied travel. More information Last Updated: April 2010






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