At Norwich Airport, we make the Safety and Security of customers and staff our highest priority. To make your journey as smooth as possible and to avoid unnecessary delays, we ask that you pay special attention to our security procedures.
At the Airport
To ensure that your journey is a smooth one, please ensure that you read the latest regulations about what you can and cannot take on board the aircraft.
At this time Norwich Airport operates a one piece of hand-baggage per person rule. Exceptions do apply for KLM, BMI, Eastern Airways and Flybe passengers traveling in Economy plus or Business class, please contact your airline for further details
Liquids - 100ml Rule
Only limited quantities of liquids may be carried through airport security into the departure lounge. This includes bottled drinks, suntan lotion, fragrances, cosmetics and toiletries.
Norwich International Airport provides plastic bags at the security screening point to assist with the preparation for LAGs screening, however we strongly recommend passengers prepare these items prior to arriving at the airport.
The following restrictions apply to all liquids, creams, gels, pastes and aerosols taken through security control:
• Liquids may only be carried in containers holding 100ml or less.
• They must be carried separately in a single bag which is:
o Transparent and resealable
o No larger than 20cm x 20cm (8in x 8in)
o Able to close properly with all the items inside.
• At security control, place the bag in the tray with your other items.
• You are permitted one LAG bag per person.
• Liquids in containers over 100ml will not be permitted through security – please pack them in your hold baggage instead.
The following exceptions may be made to the 100ml rule, however all items will be x-rayed and must pass screening requirements in order to travel as cabin baggage;
• Baby food or baby milk: This exception is only permitted if you are travelling with a baby or infant. Please carry only what you need for your journey and, to assist security screening, please do not carry these items in a flask. If you are not travelling with a baby or infant, excess liquids should be carried as hold luggage.
• Liquid medicines: You are only permitted to carry quantities of liquid medication in excess of your personal liquid allowance where it is needed during the course of your flight. All medication should be accompanied by documentary proof of authenticity, such as a prescription or letter from a medical practitioner confirming that you need them for your journey. Liquid medication that is not required on the flight should be carried as hold luggage.
Explosive or flammable liquids, and those that are considered toxic, are not permitted in either hand or hold luggage.
Passengers will be able to buy LAGs including drinks and perfumes after they have passed through the security control point.
Before arriving at the airport
Before arriving at Norwich International Airport, make sure you have a valid passport (and Visa where necessary) for your trip. Many authorities require a passport to be valid for at least six months from the time of your flight.
For further passport help and advice go to www.ukpi.org
For domestic flights, you are required to carry appropriate photo identity. Please check with your airline about which forms of photo identity are acceptable.