Saturday, December 7, 2013
By order of the Department of Civil Aviation of Aruba
Effective August 16th, 2007 and until further notice
Effective for All travelers
THE FOLLOWING RESTRICTIONS APPLY TO LIQUIDS, GELS AND AEROSOLS AT THE PASSENGER SCREENING CHECKPOINT.
No liquids, gels, and/or aerosols are permitted EXCEPT when packed in one clear transparent resealable 1 quart (1 liter) size plastic bag which may contain liquids, gels, and/or aerosols in containers of 3.4 oz. (100 ml) capacity or less per container. The contents of the plastic bag must fit comfortably and the plastic bag must be completely closed/sealed and subjected to x-ray inspection separate from the passenger's carry-on bag.
You may have the items listed below, but you must declare them at the screening checkpoint if they are not contained in a clear transparent resealable 1 quart (1 liter) size plastic bag and/or are over 3.4 oz. (100ml) :
- Baby formula/milk (to include breast milk) and baby food in containers if a baby or small child is traveling.
- Medications (liquids, gels, and/or aerosols).
- Liquids (to include juice) or gels for diabetic or other medical needs.
- All other liquids, gels, and/or aerosols may be transported in checked luggage.
DUTY FREE ITEMS:
Duty free items (including liquids, gels and aerosols) purchased in the main concession area have to be inserted into the checked luggage in the baggage reclaim area.
All other liquids, gels, and/or aerosols may be transported in checked baggage.
Passengers transferring within countries of the European Union must take note that they will not be allowed to transfer with above mentioned items.
For screening purposes please leave gifts unwrapped while traveling through our airport. Wrapped gifts may have to opened for screening.
Persons with disabilities
All Airlines provide wheelchair assistance to their passengers. It is best to request this at the time of booking, but it can also be requested at the check-in before the flight.
Physically Challenged Persons
The airport terminals of Aeropuerto Internacional Reina Beatrix are equipped with the required facilities to accommodate the physically challenged.
TIP: For more information on the possibilities for persons with disabilities please contact your airline.
Passengers traveling with medication and/or medical issues should be aware of the following guidelines.
Please keep all necessary medication in your carry-on baggage. Please do not pack medication in luggage you intend to check-in with your airline. All medication, related supplies and supplements in their original packaging are allowed through security checkpoints once they have been screened. These include:
- Medical prescriptions (prescription medication or dispenser should be properly marked with a professionally printed label or pharmaceutical label identifying the medication or the manufacturer's name. If for some reason you don't have a professionally printed label, you will need to obtain a doctor's note)
- Over-the-counter medications
- Herbal Supplements
- Insulin and insulin-loaded dispensing products (vials or box of individual vials, jet injectors, pens, infusers, and preloaded syringes) properly marked with a professionally printed label or pharmaceutical label identifying the medication or the manufacturer's name;
- Unlimited number of unused syringes when accompanied by insulin
- Lancets, blood glucose meters, blood glucose meter test strips, insulin pumps, and insulin pump supplies. Insulin pumps and supplies must be accompanied by insulin with professionally printed labeling or pharmacy labeling identifying the medication or manufacturer's name. It is recommended that used syringes be transported in your checked baggage. However, when used syringes need to be in your carry-on baggage, please ensure they are in a hard, plastic-capped container for safety and containment.
If you have medical documentation regarding your medical condition, you may present such information to the security checkpoint screener to help inform them of your situation. This documentation is not required and will not exempt you from the screening process.
Please notify the screener if you have any implanted medical devices, such as an artificial hip or knee, bone shafts, cranial plates, shrapnel, staples, pins, or metal parts that may set off the metal detector alarm.
Packing your baggage
When packing your baggage and carry-on items you should keep a few things in mind. Also have a look at this page for a list of inadmissible Items.
Make sure you put all your important personal belongings like travel documents and medications in your carry-on items. There are restrictions on liquids, gels and solids you can carry, click here for more details. Most airlines limit the size and weight of carry-on items, for more information contact your airline.
When packing your baggage and carry-on items, make sure you label all of your bags and suitcases. This label should contain your name, address and phone number.
Some airlines limit the weight of your baggage. Excess weight will result in penalty fees. For information on weight limitations please contact your airline.
Please leave all carry-on items unlocked while passing through screening points. Locked items can cause screening delays when they have to be opened for inspection.