1) Proceed to security control by presenting your printed or electronic boarding pass to the digital gate scanner.
Read more about using the digital gate scanner.
2) When you come to the security control line, place all hand luggage and loose items on a tray for scanning.
- Keys and coins: Put your keys and coins in your bag or coat pocket. If they are carried in trouser pockets and other clothing, they will set off unnecessary alarms.
- Clothing and accessories: Take off your coat or jacket and any other items containing metal, such as watches, belts and large pieces of jewellery. Often, the heels of shoes also contain metal, so you can remove your shoes for scanning if your wish.
- You can leave your electronics in the bag.
- Pack liquids amounting to less than 100 ml in one 1-litre resealable bag. If necessary, a security officer will ask you to take the liquids out of the bag before scanning.
- You can carry the baby food and medicines you need during your trip in your hand baggage.
3) Walk through the metal detector gate. If you set off the metal detector, you will be asked to be checked using the security scanner.
You can also ask for your body and clothes to be checked by hand. If the check is done by hand, the security officer will need to check the inside of your trouser or skirt waistband using their fingers. If you are wearing tall boots or high-top shoes, you may be asked to take them off.