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The control procedure for aviation security, as well as registration, according to part 1 of article 13 of section III of the Law of Ukraine “On the Unified State Demographic Register and documents confirming citizenship of Ukraine, identifying an individual or her special status”, clause 26 of Section II of the Law of Ukraine “ On the State Aviation Security Program for Civil Aviation ”dated March 21, 2017 No. 1965-VIII and clause 5 of Section IX of the Aviation Rules of Ukraine“ Rules for Air Transport and Passenger and Baggage Services ”approved by order of the State Aviation Administration of Ukraine of 2 November 6, 2018 No. 1239 is subject to the presentation of an identity document. It could be:

- Ukrainian passport;

- passport of a citizen of Ukraine for traveling abroad;

- travel document of the child;

- diplomatic passport;

- service passport;

- seaman's identity card;

- crew member certificate;

- identity card for return to Ukraine;

- a passport document of a foreigner, seen by an authorized body of a foreign state or a UN statutory organization, which confirms the citizenship of a foreigner, certifies the identity of a foreigner or stateless person, gives the right to enter or exit the state and is recognized by Ukraine;

- in cases stipulated by international treaties of Ukraine, - other documents that can be used to travel abroad.

Any other identification documents of official identity, including a driver’s license, are not documents that allow registration of a person for air transportation.

The approved list of dangerous items and substances prohibited for transportation by air (according to the Aviation Rules of Ukraine “Instructions for the organization and implementation of security controls at Ukrainian airports”, approved by Order of the State Aviation Administration of Ukraine dated 03.15.2019 No. 322) can be found in the Items prohibited to transportation by air.

The control procedure for aviation security, as well as registration, according to part 1 of article 13 of section III of the Law of Ukraine “On the Unified State Demographic Register and documents confirming citizenship of Ukraine, identifying an individual or her special status”, clause 26 of Section II of the Law of Ukraine “ On the State Aviation Security Program for Civil Aviation ”dated March 21, 2017 No. 1965-VIII and clause 5 of Section IX of the Aviation Rules of Ukraine“ Rules for Air Transport and Passenger and Baggage Services ”approved by order of the State Aviation Administration of Ukraine of 2 November 6, 2018 No. 1239 is subject to the presentation of an identity document. It could be:

- Ukrainian passport;

- passport of a citizen of Ukraine for traveling abroad;

- travel document of the child;

- diplomatic passport;

- service passport;

- seaman's identity card;

- crew member certificate;

- identity card for return to Ukraine;

- a passport document of a foreigner, seen by an authorized body of a foreign state or a UN statutory organization, which confirms the citizenship of a foreigner, certifies the identity of a foreigner or stateless person, gives the right to enter or exit the state and is recognized by Ukraine;

- in cases stipulated by international treaties of Ukraine, - other documents that can be used to travel abroad.

Any other identification documents of official identity, including a driver’s license, are not documents that allow registration of a person for air transportation.

The approved list of dangerous items and substances prohibited for transportation by air (according to the Aviation Rules of Ukraine “Instructions for the organization and implementation of security controls at Ukrainian airports”, approved by Order of the State Aviation Administration of Ukraine dated 03.15.2019 No. 322) can be found in the Items prohibited to transportation by air.

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dangerous items and substances prohibited for carriage by air

1. Passengers and carry-on baggage

Passengers are forbidden to carry the following items in their hand luggage and personal belongings for security reasons, to the restricted areas and on board the aircraft:

- pistols, firearms and other devices firing a ball charge, devices that can be used to cause serious damage by firing a ball, including:

- all types of firearms, including pistols, revolvers, rifles and rifles;

- toy pistols, imitations and imitations of small arms, which can be mistaken for real weapons;

- components of small arms, with the exception of telescopic sights;

- pneumatic guns of compressed air and cans of carbon dioxide, including pistols, shotguns for shooting balls, rifles and pistols for shooting balls;

- flares and starting pistols;

- bows, crossbows and arrows;

- harpoon guns and spear guns;

- slingshots and slings;

- devices of shock action, namely:

- a weapon for shock defeat (pistols, sticks, etc.);

- devices of shock action on animals and devices for killing animals;

- chemicals, gases and sprays that disable and paralyze (Mace gas, pepper spray, acid sprays, animal repellent sprays, tear gas, etc.);

- pointed objects or objects with a sharp tip, namely:

- items intended for cutting (axes, cutters, hatchets, etc.);

- ice axes and ice axes;

- shaving blades;

- knives for cutting cardboard;

- knives with a blade length of more than 6 cm;

- scissors with blades longer than 6 cm (if measured from the center of the hinge);

- a tool for martial arts with pointed ends or pointed edges;

- swords and sabers;

- working tools, namely:

- mounting tools;

- drills and drills, including cordless portable electric drills;

- tools with blades or rods longer than 6 cm, which can be used as weapons (screwdrivers, chisels, etc.);

- Saws, including cordless portable electric saws;

- blowtorches;

- “pistols” for fastening and driving nails;

- blunted tools, namely:

- baseball bats and softball bats;

- clubs and clubs, namely various types of police batons (solid, flexible, sticks with a flashlight, etc.);

- a tool for martial arts;

- explosives and incendiary substances and devices, namely:

- ammunition;

- detonator capsules;

- detonators and fuses;

- copies or simulations of explosive devices;

- mines, grenades and other military explosive devices;

- pyrotechnics, including pyrotechnic products for fireworks;

- smoke bombs or cartridges;

- dynamite, gunpowder and plastic explosives and the like.

2. Passengers and checked baggage

Passengers are prohibited from carrying the following items in checked baggage:

- explosives and incendiary substances and devices, namely:

- ammunition;

- detonator capsules;

- detonators and fuses;

- mines, grenades and other military explosive devices;

- pyrotechnics, including pyrotechnic products for fireworks;

- smoke bombs or cartridges;

- dynamite, gunpowder and plastic explosives and the like.

3. Liquids, aerosols and gels

To liquids, aerosols and gels (hereinafter - LAG) include pastes, lotions, liquid / solid mixtures and the contents of sealed vessels, namely: toothpaste, hair gel, drinks, soups, syrups, perfumes, shaving foams and other similar items consistency.

JAGs are carried by passengers in the aircraft cabin in a package protected from unauthorized opening, which during the flight must be inside closed cabin baggage. The total number of tanks with a LAG per passenger should not exceed 1000 milliliters / 1000 grams. Each LAG unit should not exceed 100 milliliters / 100 grams. The number of LAG units per passenger should not exceed 10 units.

The amount of drugs carried by the passenger is determined by the medical certificate from the doctor and in the calculation of their intake during the trip.

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