All baggage, cargo and any hand baggage carried on all Mahan Air aircrafts are subject to hundred percent mandatory Screening and Searching by the airport screening authorities through the use of;
Ports where physical and manual searches are carried out, all baggages, boxes and cargo may be opened for physical inspections. Hundred percent checks are carried out by the airport screening authorities.
Items such as knives of any size, metallic objects, spare parts, umbrella, curved objects with sharp edges that have the potential to be used as a weapon in the cabin are not allowed to be carried as carry-on baggage. All these items can be carried as check-in baggage.
Check in or hold baggage should only consist of personal effects such as clothing, shoes, books, etc. Any machinery items such as generators, chainsaws, and sized spare parts should all be consigned as cargo as these will not be accepted as check-in baggage.
Since all Mahan Air flights are non-smoking, matches or gas lighters are not allowed to be carried on the aircraft either as cabin or check in baggage.
No baggage should be left unattended at the airport; neither should any baggage be given to Mahan Air or security staff for safe keeping. All passengers are required to have all their baggage with them at all times, with the exception of checked baggage that is already in Mahan Air care.
Baggage of those passengers who fail to embark a flight will be offloaded from the aircraft before departure.
All Liquids, Aerosols and Gels (LAGs) that are more than 100 ml or more than 3.4 fl oz should not be carried into the cabin or as hand baggage, but could go onboard as checked baggage.
Lags that are less than 100 ml can be carried as cabin baggage provided it is placed in a clear sealable plastic bag.
Intoxicated or drunken passengers who display aggressive behavior or are smelling excessively of alcohol will be refused boarding until fully sober.
No third party check in is allowed, all intending passengers must front up to the check in counter in person for check in, unless in very exceptional circumstances.
All transit passengers with their cabin or checked baggage that leaves the aircraft or the sterile areas while the aircraft is in transit will be subject to hundred percent screening or physical search before re-boarding the aircraft.
It is a mandatory requirement that all firearms or weapons of any sort that is intended for carriage on all Mahan Air aircrafts must be formally declared and should be carried on the aircraft as a separate security item.
Firearms and weapons as well as ammunitions that exceed 5kg will not be allowed as Check in or Hold passenger baggage. It should be taken to cargo terminal for consignment as Hold Stowed Cargo.
Items that are less than 5kg can be carried as passenger hold baggage on the mandatory condition provided that it is declared at the Mahan Air ground handling agent and the proper documentations are raised.
Sporting/hunting firearms (caliber less than or equal to 19.1 mm), along with their corresponding ammunitions, may be carried on Mahan Air flights, provided the below conditions are met:
Note: Firearms and ammunitions may be carried in the same baggage provided they are separately packed.
(Ammunitions with a caliber higher than 19.1 mm, or not mentioned above or in excess of the 5kg per passenger limit cannot be accepted as checked-in baggage and shall be transported by freight)
Mahan Air approval only applies to the transport of permitted firearms and/or ammunitions on its operating flights. Passengers willing to transit or enter in a country with firearms and/or ammunitions must ensure that any required approval from the relevant countries administrations is obtained.
Finally, those sporting/hunting devices are included in the baggage allowance, and an additional 5kg allowance is granted on Mahan Air operating flights.
Compressed air bottles must absolutely empty.
Bottles containing pure oxygen are not permitted onboard the aircraft. Only compressed air bottles are allowed.
Scuba diving torch lights are allowed provided batteries or rechargeable batteries have been removed, in order to prevent any unexpected electrical circuit.
Passengers will be allowed to carry syringes in the cabin provided they hold a medical certificate that authorizes the carriage of syringes and mentions the need for injections during the flight.
Passengers are asked to bear in mind the following advice to help make their passage through the airport as efficient and comfortable as possible:
Before you arrive at the airport:
1)Hand Baggage or Cabin Baggage (also commonly referred to as “Carry-on” Baggage):
2)Check-in Baggage also known as Hold Baggage: