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Last name (as in the ticket)
Number of booking / ticket or Wings card
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online check-in terms and conditions
Read the rules of check-in
To be accepted for carriage, one must carry the document that proves identity and is specified in the ticket (itinerary receipt)
For flight security reasons, the airline reserves the right to change the seat on board an aircraft from one that you’ve selected.
It can happen when a boarding pass is issued or on board an aircraft as directed by the pilot in command.
Online check-in is unavailable for passengers with special service requirements for carriage (unattended minor, pet carriage, etc.), as well as for bookings consisting of more than 9 passengers.
If you pretend to an upgrade of a service class (available for “Wings” program Golden card holders), than you must remember that as a result of online check-in you are assigned a seat in a preliminary booked class.
To get an upgrade you must contact a check-in agent in an airport of departure.
Attention! After online check-in is completed no further changes of respective tickets are available.
Opening and closing time of online check-in
Online check-in for direct scheduled flightsopens 23 hours and closes 4 hours prior to a departure time, besides flights from Ekaterinburg and Moscow, as well as Chita, Khabarovsk, Nizhny Novgorod, Saint-Petersburg, Samara and Orenburg.
Online check-in for these flights closes 1 hour prior to a departure time.
Online check-in for charter flights opens 6 hours prior to a departure time.
Online check-in for transit flights opens 12 hours prior to a departure time.
Online check-in for multi-leg flights is available only for the first leg, not earlier than 12 hours prior to a departure time.
Online check-in for the “Alliance” flights (U6-2121, 2122, 2411, 2412, 2421, 2422, 2433, 2434, 3151, 3152, 3171, 3172) is temporary unavailable.
Destinations available for online check-in
Online check-in is available for those who hold e-tickets for direct flights from the following cities:
Rules of allocate passengers in seats near emergency exits
It is strictly prohibited to allocate in seats near to the emergency exists following category of passengers:
Adult passengers with infants and children;
Teenagers under 18 years of age;
Pregnant women; · Advanced age passengers;
Physically challenged passengers (reduced mobility, defects of eyesight, hearing or speech);
Disabled passengers; Obese passengers;
Passengers carrying pets in carry-on baggage.
If breaking these rules is found directly on the plane, the captain and his crew have the right to change the seat for passenger!
If you travel with baggage that exceeds the hand baggage allowance (with dimensions of more than 55õ40õ20 cm and/or weight of more than 5 kg for Economy class and more than 12 kg for Business and Comfort class), you can still check in online, but you have to do the following in addition: Drop off the baggage at a counter with “Drop off” sign or at your flight check-in counter.
We recommend you to arrive at a counter not less than 60 prior to departure time, as long as check-in closes 40 minutes prior to departure time.
Remember that a specified departure time is local.
What things can you carry in your baggage
Alcoholic beverages with an alcohol content more than 24%, but not more than 70% by volume, in retail packages of not more than 5 litres and not more than 5 litres per passenger;
Drills, saws, screwdrivers, crowbar, hammers, pincers, pliers, winches, wrench and screw key, brazing torch, etc.
Hand and ice-axes
Medicines, hypodermic needles for diabetic patients (with medical proof at hand)
Small-size balloon with gas oxygen or air required for medical purposes (with medical proof at hand)
Tablets or spray with nitroglycerin for medical purposes (with medical proof at hand)
Glasses fixing suit (including a screwdriver less than 50 mm in length)
Sewing needles and crotchets
Cuticle tool, nail clippers
Nail file (less than 60 mm in length)
Open razor, shaving blades
Safety razor (including one-use shaving sticks)
Scissors (with blade less than 60 mm in length)
Hair removal pincers (less than 60 mm in length)
Umbrella (eligible for transporting in cabin after examination for prohibited items)
Cane (allowed for transporting in cabin after examination for prohibited items)
What hazardous materials and goods are allowed for transporting in baggage?
Ammunition (rifle cartridges), used for sport purposes, and safely packed in cases
Tourist hotplates and fuel can for them, which may contain highly flammable liquid fuel
Solid carbon dioxide (carbonic ice)
Wheelchairs or other mobile facilities operated on nonspillable storage batteries
Please note: For wheelchairs or other mobile facilities operated on helium batteries one should not remove batteries under the condition that battery terminals are isolated for preventing short-circuit
Wheelchairs or other mobile facilities operated on spillable electric batteries
Items generating heat, for example, underwater lamp (lamps for underwater swimming) and brazing torches
Set (rucksack) of mine-rescue equipment
Isothermal packing suits, containing liquid iced nitrogen (dry goods)
Life-vest balloon with non-flammable gas
Small-size balloons with with gas oxygen or air required for medical purposes
Aerosol of category 2.2 without extra danger for sport and household purposes
Hair spray, perfume, cologne and medicines which contains spirit
Carbon dioxide cylinder for prosthetic limbs operation, and emergency cylinder of the same size for providing required amount for travelling
Tongs for catalytic hair curling, containing hydrocarbon gas
Medical or clinical thermometer, containing mercury for personal use (one thermometer per person), when in protective case.
Cold steel weapons and sharp objects
Arbalest, fish gun, sabres, cavalry swords, hatchets, scimitars, broadswords, longswords, bayonets, daggers, switchblades, scalpels, sky crampons, skates, harpoons, lances, hunting balisong and locking knives, any sharp objects which can be used for piercing and cutting wounds
Cutting objects: mat knives, penknives, carving knives, ice picks, household knives (scissors) with a blade length exceeding 60 mm, blade without case Injectors for medical purposes (with medical proof at hand)
Fire weapon and small arms
Power-actuated fastening tool
Parts of small arms and fire weapon (except of optics)
Weapon toy of any kind Imitation of any weapon
Ammunition (cases with cartridges), used for sport purposes.
Small amount of cartridges must be safely packed in fabric, wooden, metal or their case suitable for transporting a small amount of armament.
A maximum amount of 5 kg (11lb) of ammunition is permitted for personal purposes of one person.
For passenger with infant
Boarding pass printing is not available for passengers with infants.
In this case, a passenger may use online check-in for a seat, specified by the system, and print out the confirmation, which then must be exchanged for a boarding pass by the check-in agent at the departure airport.
Most aircraft safe seats are assigned by the system for passengers travelling with infants. A choice of other seats is not available.
Passenger categories, who can not check-in
Seriously ill passenger
Disabled passengers on stretchers
Passengers with limited mobility
Unaccompanied, deaf or blind passengers
Blind passengers with an assistant dog
Passengers transporting pets or birds
Passengers transporting baggage in the cabin of an aircraft
Passengers who purchased an extra seat in the cabin
Passengers transporting weapons or supplies
Accompanied/unaccompanied deported passengers
Passengers requiring medical assistance during the flight
Passengers who have unpaid pre-booked services
All categories of passengers indicated above must address to a check-in desk at departure airport for a check-in and receiving a boarding pass.
Special services in which check-in is impossible
Pets in Cabin (PETC)
Cabin baggage seat (CBBG)
Weapon transporting (WEAP)
Unaccompanied minor (UMNR)
Meet and assist service (MAAS)
Medical Clearance Form (MEDA)
Extra seat (EXST)
Passenger who can only be transported on a stretcher (STCR)
Wheelchair Ramp, Passenger can walk upstairs (WCHR)
Wheelchair Cabin, Passenger must be carried (WCHC)
Wheelchair Steps, Passenger can walk to seat (WCHS)
Wheelchair with Dry Cell Battery (WCBD)
Wheelchair with Wet Cell Battery (WCBW)
Wheelchair (Manual Power), undefined sizes (WCMP)
On-board wheelchair, provided by Airline Company (WCOB)
Deaf passenger (DEAF) Blind passenger (BLND)
Accompanied deportation (DEPA)
Unaccompanied deportation (DEPU)
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