Hold Baggage Screening
As from 16 December 2008 passengers hold baggage will be security
screened after Check In formalities. Consequently, all passengers should proceed
directly to Check In counters.
Passengers are informed that baggage/ items above 95cm in height and width will not be processed through AML hold baggage screening, and therefore are requested to contact their respective airlines for necessary action.
Cabin Baggage Screening
All passengers are required to undergo security screening
and have their hand-luggage x-rayed. Sharp objects and potentially dangerous
objects are not allowed in cabin baggage. For more details see Prohibited Items
List. Security Officers at Screening Points may confiscate any item deemed potentially
dangerous, either at their professional discretion or at the request of the
As from 1st March 2007, AML has adopted the new rule concerning the restrictions on Liquids, Aerosols and Gels in cabin baggage. Items in cabin baggage not conform to regulations, will be confiscated and disposed of as provided by the laws actually in force in Mauritius. In case of doubt, passengers can enquire with AML security officers on the floor.
Passengers are kindly requested to divest all metal items in their possession such as belt, heavy metal watch and jewellery, mobile phones, coins and any other metal into the tray provided, prior going through for Cabin Baggage Screening. (Kindly refer to the Terminal Guide to identify for exact location.)
Please note that the following items: Laptop, LAGs in re-sealable plastic bags, Medications, Clothing (jackets), cabin bag and divested items will have to be screened separately.