SECURITY RULES AT ORADEA AIRPORT
AIRPORT SECURITY MEASURES
Oradea Airport applies a series of airport security measures destined to ensure an optimal climate of security for passengers during their entire presence at the airport. The security measures applied comply with the requirements of the national, community and international standards in the field of civil aviation security.
Also, airport security staff collaborates permanently with state’s institutions and authorities in order to ensure that all security measures correspond to the current level of threat. In this regard, airport security staff, together with the staff from the institutions and public authorities with responsibilities in aeronautical security (S.R.I., Border Police, Customs, Air Transport Police, Gendarmerie) ensure a visible presence at the airport.
For additional information, please access the following site: http://www.sri.ro/sistemul-national-de-alerta-terorista.
According to the legal provisions, the state institution responsible for the security control activity is the Romanian Information Services.
For additional information regarding the security control activity, please access the following site : http://sri.ro/securitatea-aviatiei-civile.
At Oradea Airport there are parking facilities for the public, a bus station and also a taxi station.
Illegally stopped, standing or parked vehicles in the airport proximity, which are observed by the airport security staff, will be notified to Oradea Local Police.
It is forbidden to leave any luggage unattended in the airport public area(landside)! If such luggage is found, it is considered suspect and can be destroyed for security reasons.
Do not accept any packages and luggage from other people, for no reason!
Oradea International Airport recommends the passengers to make all the effort to arrive in time at the airport in order to accomplish all the formalities prior to their flight (check-in, boarding pass control, security control, border and customs control).
The passengers are exclusively responsible for missing the flight because of late arrival at the airport to proceed through all the formalities mentioned above.
In case of missing the flight because a passenger does not respect flight recommendations and instructions assumed when purchasing the air-travel ticket, we inform you that the airport operator is exonerated by all charge.
CARRY-ON BAGS (CABIN LUGGAGE) AND HOLD LUGGAGE
GENERAL INFORMATION REGARDING PASSENGER`S LUGGAGE
The passengers are advised to read the rules/the policy regarding the hold and cabin luggage applied by the Air Carrier that they are going to travel with. The Air Carriers can establish their own rules regarding the passengers’ luggage, according to fees, travel class, route, aircraft type and government regulations etc.
The passengers should not accept for any reason to transport in their own luggage, any objects/packages from other people, no matter their relationships with them. Also, the passengers should avoid packing any valuable/expensive objects in their hold luggage.
After the aircraft’s landing, the passengers who possess any hold luggage should not leave the arrivals terminal unless they get all their luggage.
In case of passengers who left the arrivals terminal without all their luggage, they should address to the airport security staff from the public area(landside) in order to re-enter in the possession of their luggage. THE ACCESS FROM THE PUBLIC AREA THROUGH THE ARRIVALS TERMINAL IS STRICTLY FORBIDDEN!
THE SECURITY CONTROL OF PASSENGERS AND THEIR LUGAGGE
- The access inside the security control area is only allowed to passengers with a valid boarding pass (printed or electronic - according to the traveling instructions imposed by the Air Carrier) and only upon the boarding pass control performed by the airport security staff.
- The airport security staff accomplishes their duties according to international, community and national standards of the aeronautical security field, locally transposed into internal security regulations.
- At security control filters, all the passengers should follow up the instructions of the security operators.
- It is recommended that each person with a pacemaker device should inform the security operators before passing through the metals detecting gate.
- In order to subject to security control, all the passengers should take off their coats (blazer, jacket, pullover), belt, watch, empty the content of their pockets, put them all inside the plastic tray and present them separately for security control.
- The security operators can require the passenger to also remove other clothing elements and/or other items, if they consider it appropriate.
- Before passing through the security control, all the portable computers, tablets and other large electronic devices must be replaced from the cabin luggage and presented separately for the security control.
- All the liquids, aerosols and gels should be packed as individual containers with a maximum capacity of 100 ml or equivalent, and placed inside a resealed transparent plastic bag with the maximum capacity of 1 liter, and inside which all the contained articles fit comfortable and also the plastic bag should be properly closed.
- Before passing through the security control, all the liquids, aerosols and gels should be removed from the cabin luggage and presented separately for security control from all the other articles inside the cabin luggage.
RULES REGARDING THE TRANSPORT OF LIQUIDS, AEROSOLS AND GELS
According to the provisions of the Regulation (EU) 2015/1998 of the Commission from November 5, 2015, for establishing the detailed measures of implementing the basic common standards in aviation security field, which is a public document, there can be distinguished the following category of liquids, aerosols and gels: “liquids, aerosols and gels” (liquids, aerosols and gels – LAGs) include paste, lotions, mixture of liquids/solids and the content of aerosols, such as tooth paste, hair gel, drinks, soups, syrups, perfumes, shaving foam and other articles with similar consistency.
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ARTICLES FORBIDDEN ON BOARDING
All the passengers are forbidden to carry on themselves or inside their cabin luggage which are subject to security control, the following articles:
- pistols, firearms, or other launching projectiles devices – devices that can or appear to be used for causing serious injuries by launching of projectiles, including:
- all firearm types, such as pistols, revolvers, rifles, guns;
- toy weapons, copies and imitations of firearms that can be confused for real weapons;
- component parts of firearms excepting telescopic sight;
- air compressed and CO2 guns, such as pistols, small bullets guns, rifles and ball guns;
- signal pistols, start pistols;
- bows, crossbows and arrows;
- harpoons and harpoon launchers;
- slings and catapults;
- paralyzing effect devices – devices specially designed for paralyzing or immobilizing, including:
- electroshock devices, such as stun guns, tasers and electroshock baton;
- electrical stunning devices and killing animals devices;
- chemical substances, gases and neutralizing and disabling sprays, such as tear-irritating sprays, piper sprays, hot pepper sprays, tear gases, acid sprays and repulsive substance sprays for animals;
- sharp end or sharp blade objects – sharp end objects or sharp blade objects that can be used to cause serious injuries, such as:
- chopping objects, such as axes, hatchets and choppers;
- axes and ice chisels;
- shaving blades;
- knives with more than 6 cm blades length;
- scissors with more than 6 cm blades length, measured from the ax;
- martial arts equipments, with sharp end or sharp blade;
- swords and slashers;
- working instruments – instruments that can be used for causing serious injuries and also for endangering the aircraft safety, including:
- drills and drill ends, including wireless portable electric drilling machines;
- instruments with more than 6 cm blades or rods length, that can be used as weapons, such as screwdrivers and chisels;
- saws, including wireless portable electric saws;
- burners with non variable head;
- bolt driver and tack driver;
- blunt instruments – objects that can be used to cause serious injuries when utilized for hitting, including:
- baseball and softball bats;
- bludgeons and batons, such as beaters, bats and batons;
- equipments which are specific to martial arts;
- inflammatory and explosive substances and devices - inflammatory and explosive substances and devices that can be used or appear to be used to cause serious injuries or which can endanger the aircraft safety, including:
- percussion caps;
- detonators and slow matches;
- copies or imitations of explosive devices;
- mines, grenades and other military explosive devices;
- fireworks and other pyrotechnic devices;
- smoke bombs and smoke bullets;
- dynamite, gun powder and plastic explosives.
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