Important Information

CAR PARKING. Please do not stop or park on any of the airports roads which are marked with yellow lines or within the bus stop area. You may be liable for a fine. Please utilise the free 15 minute drop off and collection area which is situated in car park 1, which also has specially designed walkways for passengers with reduced mobility. Blue Badge holders may also park in this area and contact information desk for assistance with wheel chairs etc.

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Security & travel advice

Before you arrive at Humberside Airport, make sure you have a valid passport (and visa where necessary) for your trip.

Many authorities require a passport that’s valid for at least six months from the time you fly. If you need help and advice, visit the UK Passport website.

On domestic flights, airlines now require to see appropriate photo identity. Please check with your airline about which forms of photo identity are acceptable.

Check-In times
Please check your ticket or travel itinerary, or contact your airline for advice on check in times. Generally, check in desks open 2-3 hours before the flight is due to depart.

At the airport
To ensure your journey is a smooth one, please ensure that you read the latest regulations about what you can and cannot take on board the aircraft.

Hand baggage
We would remind all passengers that each airline has their own policy regarding the amount of hand baggage allowed on their aircraft and we strongly recommend that information regarding this is sought directly from the Airline before travel.

Electronic Items
Electronic items may be carried in either hold or hand baggage. However, battery operated items carried in hand baggage should be charged up and capable of being switched on.  Any electronic items larger than a mobile phone need to be removed from hand luggage at the Security Control Point and placed in a tray to be screened separately. This includes items such as iPads, Hair Dryers/straighteners, travel irons/kettles, calculators etc.

As of the 3rd March 2015, electronic cigarettes (and their separate batteries) are only permitted as carry-on baggage (cabin) on KLM operated flights, they are no longer permitted in checked in baggage (hold). Please note that any liquid refills for electronic cigarettes must be contained in a re-sealable plastic bag with a maximum carrying capacity of 1 litre.

Liquids, Medication and Baby Food
If you need to, you can take small quantities of liquids through security. But only if they are carried in a single, clear, re-sealable plastic bag and each item is placed in a separate container no greater than 100ml/100g. A re-sealable freezer bag – approximately 20cm x 20cm or smaller - is about the right size.

Liquids include:

  • Water and other drinks, soups and syrups
  • Creams, lotions and oils
  • Perfumes
  • Sprays
  • Gels, including hair and shower gels
  • Contents of pressurised containers, including shaving foam, other foams and deodorants
  • Pastes, including toothpaste
  • Liquid-solid mixtures
  • Mascara
  • Any other item of a similar consistency
  • Print cartridges (those over 500 grammes)

Liquids of any size can still be checked into the hold, so it’s best to put these larger capacity items in your main suitcase. You can always buy drinks or toiletries in the departure lounge if you need to, since the goods will have been security screened beforehand.

Efective from 31st January 2014

In addition to the above with effect from the 31st January 2014 containers larger than 100ml/100g containing baby milk, medicines and special dietary products such as baby food, which are required in flight, may be carried. You may be asked for proof of authenticity. Also permissible under the new regulations are duty free products, which have been sealed in tamper proof bags at the point of purchase. These items must remain sealed in the bag along with the proof of purchase.

At the airport :

  • Present your liquids separately for security screening
  • Exceptionally, security staff may open bottles or containers for screening and solely for security reasons, some items may not be permitted for carriage

As of 3rd March 15, electronic cigarettes ( and their spare batteries ) are only permitted as carry-on baggage (cabin) on KLM operated flights – they are no longer permitted in checked-in baggage (hold). Please note that any liquid refills for electronic cigarettes must be contained in a resealable plastic bag with a maximum carrying capacity of 1 litre.