In order for you to have a safe and smooth journey, there are a number of guidelines and rules about what is allowed to bring in your checked baggage or your hand luggage.
Your hand luggage must be able to fit in the space under the seat in front of you. The allowed size and weight of the hand luggage varies between different airlines. Hand luggage may not contain scissors, knives or other sharp or pointed objects.
Liquids in transparent bottles containing a maximum of 100 ml per container may be carried on board the aircraft. There is no limit to the number of containers, however all must fit in a 1-litre plastic bag which is sealable. Plastic bags are available at the Airport. These bottles containing liquid must be presented to security personnel on request.
Laptop computers and larger electrical appliances must also be presented at the security control area.
More security information is available on Swedish Transport Agency
Checked in baggage
The permitted size and weight of your baggage without incurring extra costs differs between airlines. We advice you to contact us or the airline you are travelling with for correct information. If your baggage exceeds the permitted amount you will be charged excess baggage costs.
Think about when packing
Do not pack glass or other fragile objects in the checked in luggage. At certain airports, the x-ray equipment used for checked in luggage can harm photographic film, so this should be kept in your hand luggage. Remove the batteries from all battery-operated appliances to avoid them starting during the journey. Special packing materials are available for prams and other fragile luggage. Skis should be placed in a ski-bag.
Not permitted on the journey
Explosives, corrosive and other poisonous substances which can cause damage are not permitted on the aircraft. If you have any queries relating to this please contact the Airport or your airline company for further information.
Missing or damaged baggage
If your baggage does not arrive on time or is damaged, please contact the Service Centre at the Airport.