It’s our number one priority to look after the safety and security of everyone at Teesside International Airport: our passengers, visitors and staff. Our security area is currently undergoing a £1million redevelopment to make getting through smoother and easier than ever. The introduction of state-of-the-art body and bag scanners means you won’t need to remove laptops and liquids from your bags and pass them through separately.
This is due to be complete in April 2021, but until then by making just a few quick checks, we can all make sure you get through to departures quickly, safely and easily.
We have 5 simple steps for you to follow to enable you to fly through security.
All passengers that wish to move through security into the departures area of Teesside International Airport must purchase a Passenger Facility Fee (PFF) Ticket. This fee supports the continued operation of the airport and secures its sustainable future
The Passenger Facility Fee can be purchased via a contactless process at the dedicated kiosk within the terminal, located near the check-in desks. They can also be purchased in advance online.
The current fees to pass through Airport Security are as follows:
Adults - £6.00
Children aged 3 years to 15 years - £2.00
Under 3 years - Free
Upon entering the security area, please have your boarding cards and PFF ticket ready for inspection
Remove coats, hats, scarves, belts and heeled shoes or boots before you reach the front of the security queue
Pre-prepare your liquids in 100ml containers and keep them separate from your hand luggage, in a clear resealable 20cm by 20cm bag. Plastic bags are available to buy from security.
All electrical items such as phones, laptops and tablets will need to be removed from any hand luggage and placed separately into a security tray .
For a further summary of Do’s and Don’ts please read below:-
There are restrictions on liquids, gels, pastes and creams which can be taken through security, either in hand luggage or in your pockets. These include things like bottled drinks (empty bottles are permitted), suntan lotions, fragrances, cosmetics and toiletries. The restrictions apply to everyone departing from airports in the EU, no matter where they’re flying to.
Liquids must be in a container marked 100ml or less. Any liquids in a container marked larger than 100ml (whether full or not) will not be allowed through security.
All containers must be carried in a single, transparent, re-sealable plastic bag which holds no more than one litre and measures 20cm by 20cm with no depth.
Each passenger is only allowed to take one sealed liquid bag through security.
Liquids must be placed separately to luggage in a security tray on the conveyor belt, so that our security team can identify them easily.
Liquids are any gel, cream, paste, fluid or treated solid.
If you’re travelling with infants, please carry only what’s needed for your journey. Wet wipes and powdered baby food aren’t included in the restrictions on liquids. You may be asked to taste up to 50% of any baby milk or baby food in liquid, gel or paste form. Your hand luggage can contain:
These should be packed into hold baggage where possible as items like these can obstruct images on X-ray machines or be mistaken for suspicious items, with further checks then required as a result.
We know that you might sometimes need to take medicine through security. Here’s what you need to know:
These cannot be carried in hand luggage at all.
The full restrictions are available at: https://www.gov.uk/hand-luggage-restrictions