Passengers

We recommend that passengers arrive at the airport at least 2 and a half hours before the scheduled flight time.

MOTHER AND CHILD

Do you travel with very young children?

“Traian Vuia” Timişoara International Airport offers mother and child salons.

The loungers can be used for changing diapers and breastfeeding babies.

This service is free.

Program: non-stop.

You can request this service:

  • at the airport, at the information office;
  • through the handling agents responsible for the travel formalities.

PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

Before the trip

For travel assistance, please request special assistance when booking your ticket. The boarding agent will be notified in advance of the type of assistance required, and you will be assisted by a qualified person.

Parking

The airport’s public car parks have special spaces for people with reduced mobility.

In the terminal

Access to the terminals can be done on special ramps. In all areas of the airport you will find specially designed toilets for the use of strollers. There are also public telephones accessible to people with disabilities.

Quality standards for the assistance of passengers with reduced mobility at Timisoara International Airport – “Traian Vuia”

 

LUGGAGES

  1. Number and weight of luggage

The airline will tell you exactly what is the maximum allowable amount for hold baggage and hand luggage. It is also up to each company to decide the maximum number of pieces of luggage, the maximum dimensions and the price for those that exceed these limits.

  1. Items forbidden to be carried in hand luggage

Without prejudice to applicable safety regulations, passengers shall be prohibited from entering the following items in the security restricted area and on board an aircraft:

  • guns, firearms or other projectile launchers – devices that can be used or appear to be used to cause serious injury by launching projectiles, including: – all types of firearms, such as pistols, revolvers, carbines , kids; – toy weapons, children and imitations of firearms that can be confused with real weapons; – component parts of firearms, except telescopic sightings; – compressed air and CO2 weapons, such as pistols, shotguns, rifles and rifles and ball guns; – missile launchers and starting pistols; – bows, crossbows and arrows; – harpoons and harpoon launchers; – slingshots and catapults;
  • devices with paralyzing effect– devices specially designed to paralyze or immobilize, including: – electric shock devices such as electric shock guns, tasers and electric shock rods; – stunning devices and devices for killing animals; – neutralizing and disabling chemicals, gases and sprays, such as irritant-tear sprays, pepper sprays, hot pepper sprays, tear gas, acid sprays and sprays with animal repellents;
  • sharp -pointed or sharp-edged objects – sharp-pointed objects or sharp-edged objects that can be used to cause serious injury, including: – objects designed for chopping, such as axes, axes and sharpeners; – axes and chisels for breaking ice; – razor blades; – cutters; – blades with blades longer than 6 cm; – scissors with blades longer than 6 cm, measured from the shaft; – martial arts equipment, with a sharp point or a sharp blade; – swords and swords;
  • work tools– tools that can be used both to cause serious injury and to jeopardize the safety of the aircraft, including: – cracks; – drills and drill bits, including portable wireless electric drills; – blade or rod tools longer than 6 cm, which can be used as weapons, such as screwdrivers and chisels; – chainsaws, including portable electric chainsaws; – welding burners; – bolt-action pistols and nail-firing pistols;
  • blunt tools – objects that can be used to cause serious injury when used to strike, including: – baseball and softball bats; – clubs and sticks, such as clubs, sticks and sticks; martial arts specific equipment;
  • explosive and incendiary substances and devices– explosive and incendiary substances and devices which may be used or appear to be used to cause serious injury or danger to the safety of the aircraft, including: – ammunition; – detonating boxes; – detonators and wicks; – copies or imitations of explosive devices; – mines, grenades and other military explosive devices; – fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles; – smoke bombs and smoke cartridges; – dynamite, gunpowder and plastic explosives. Prohibited goods are abandoned in special boxes, after which they will be destroyed according to the airport procedures in force. It is forbidden to leave unattended luggage in public / restricted areas of the airport or to leave it even for short periods of time. If such luggage is found, it will be considered suspicious and may be destroyed for security reasons.
  1. Transport of liquids

Only certain categories of liquids may be carried on board the aircraft as hand luggage and must be presented at the security checkpoint. The rules below apply to all liquids, aerosols, gels, pastes, lotions, foams, creams, jams, liquid / solid mixtures and other articles of similar consistency.

New security rules for carrying liquids in hand luggage

  1. Prohibited items to be carried in hold baggage

Passengers are prohibited from carrying explosive and incendiary substances and devices in their hold baggage – explosive and incendiary substances and devices which may be used to cause serious injury or danger to the safety of the aircraft, including: – ammunition; – detonating boxes; – detonators and wicks; – mines, grenades and other military explosive devices; – fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles; – smoke bombs and smoke cartridges; – dynamite, gunpowder and plastic explosives. Prohibited goods are abandoned in special boxes, after which they will be destroyed according to the airport procedures in force. It is forbidden to leave unattended luggage in public / restricted areas of the airport or to leave it even for short periods of time. If such luggage is found, it will be considered suspicious and may be destroyed for security reasons.

  1. Lost or damaged luggage

The airline is responsible for the safety of your luggage. Please contact the airline you traveled with when you notice a problem with your luggage.

For more details on air passenger rights click here:

Tarom +40 256 494182

Lufthansa +40 21 2048410

Wizzair +40 256 386003

Eurowings +49 (0) 22159988222

Ryanair: +40 256 386003

Blue Air: +40 256 386003