Administrative procedures

Border Control rules and regulations:

ID, passport, visa, health information, etc…

You must have a valid ID or passport to cross the border.

You may need a visa to enter certain countries.

Please contact police or your regional administrative district for further information

Contact your GP or airline to find more information on health regulations

+33 (0)4 95 54 54 17

 European regulations / New security measures

Prior to check-in

Any container over 100 ml must be placed in checked luggage.

After check-in

Items permitted on board the aircraft are the following:

  • Liquids, gels, creams, sprays, and pastes: in containers of no more than 100 ml each. You must pack these containers in one transparent, re-sealable plastic bag (approximately 20x20cm). Only one bag per passenger is allowed.
  • Special dietary requirements and baby food for use during the trip
  • Medicine (prescription may be needed)

At security checkpoints

  • Items that must be placed in a tray :
    • Laptops and other large electrical devices removed from their cases, jackets and coats, belts, keys and coins, cellphones.
  •  Prohibited items on board :
    • Firearms and replicas, scissors, blades, inflammable liquids, liquids over 100 ml except those bought in duty-free shops located after the security checkpoints
  • Liquids, gels, creams, pastes et aerosols over  100 ml :
    • If bought in a public areas: are allowed in checked baggage
    • If bought in airport shops beyond security points in other countries, they are not allowed on board.
  • All the other items are allowed in your hand luggage.