Noi Bai Airport launches liquid check on travelers to Australia
Passengers must measure the quantity of liquid with monitoring devices installed at each boarding gate.
Noi Bai International Airport will tighten controls on liquids passengers carry on board when flying from Hanoi to Australia.
|Passengers finish check-in procedures at Hanoi's Noi Bai International Airport. Photo: The Hanoi Times|
According to the Noi Bai International Airport, the move aims to comply with Australian powder, liquid, aerosol, and gel restrictions.
The airport will work with Bamboo Airways and Vietnam Airlines to screen carry-on luggage to ensure the volume of liquids stays within the limit.
The intense liquid screening will be applied for flight QH82 of Bamboo Airways and flight VN787 of the national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines.
Passengers must measure the quantity of liquid with monitoring devices installed at each boarding gate. Liquid measurement must be finished 90 minutes before the departure time.
Each passenger is allowed to carry a maximum of 1,000 milliliters of liquid on board. The volume of each container is a maximum of 100 milliliters, and all containers must be sealed in full.
Medications, dairy products, and baby food are not subject to the restrictions provided that the passenger can show a detailed description of the medication and if they have children at their side.
If the liquid is purchased at the lounge, the passenger can take it on board with the unlimited volume, on condition that the bottle is contained in a sealed plastic bag with detailed information about the date and place of purchase, flight number, passenger's name and volume.
Noi Bai International Airport spokesman said the control of carry-on liquids is subject to Article 71 of Circular 13/2019/TT-BGTVT issued by the Ministry of Transport.
Over two million passengers travel through Noi Bai International Airport
The number of flights and passengers throughput at Noi Bai International Airport has increased enormously since all international routes officially resumed on February 15.
According to the Hanoi Customs Department, as of October 15, the number of flights to and from the Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi soared 454.4% year-on-year to more than 15,300 flights. The number of flights managed by the airport between October 1 and 15 was almost 2,800, almost seven times the data recorded in the same period in 2021.
After ten months, the Hanoi Customs Department performed customs clearance for more than 2.27 million passengers at the airport. The figure was up 1,340% year on year
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