As September progresses, the start of the holiday season ushers in a period of exuberant festivities and cherished cultural customs. The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) will be busier because of the same. This means that it also foresees a significant increase in domestic passenger traffic. Safety is of utmost importance with the nation’s passenger numbers rising. So here is a list of items you are not allowed to carry this festive season by Mumbai Airport.
Mumbai Airport Lists Items Passengers Aren’t Allowed To Carry
Mumbai airport transforms into a center for celebrating India’s rich culture during the holiday season, attracting a variety of travelers. During this busy season, the airport is prepared to sincerely welcome, embrace, and enjoy India’s distinctive tapestry of holiday spirit.
Passengers have an equally important responsibility in maintaining their personal safety and the safety of their fellow travelers. The airport and the travelers both have important responsibilities to play in this collaborative effort. For a smooth and secure travel experience, adherence to safety regulations, such as the right management of personal goods and illegal substances, is crucial. (As per Press release)
These are the items which are very frequently found and are prohibited.
- Dry coconut (copra)
- Fireworks, flares, or party poppers
- Fire Camphor
- Ghee, pickles, or other oily food items
Some Products Pose Serious Threat
The frequency with which airports are refusing to accept checked baggage has noticeably increased recently. While the Mumbai airport fully appreciates the sentimental value linked to various religious things, especially during festive times, some of these ostensibly harmless items can really be extremely dangerous and pose a serious risk to safety and security.
Spray bottles, lighters, power banks, and e-cigarettes are a few more goods that are regarded as the main offenders.
Many passengers are unaware of the potential threats these products offer to flight safety when handled or kept inappropriately. These things are frequently known to pose fire risks, explosion risks, or electrical system interference to airplanes. (As per Press release)
Make sure you check the list once before heading to the airport.
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