The Regional Aerodrome Bern-Belp Departures

Arrival recommendation

Commuters are advised to arrive at least one hour before departure at check-in in case of requiring travel assistance. The personnel is available to assist travelers within 10 minutes. The facility ensures that passengers board their plane on time. In case, for some reason, customers were not able to inform their travel agency or airline in advance, the airport would make all efforts to ensure they have access to the aircraft on time. However, passengers should remember that no guarantees can be provided.


At Bern Airport, commuters are welcome to benefit from the shortest check-in time in the country where 20 minutes are sufficient in case of the regular flights. For vacation travels, passengers are advised to arrive at least 45 minutes before their scheduled flight’s departure time at the facility. Travelers can also benefit and use the extra time to pack their suitcase stress-free at home and to get into the holiday mood.

Check-in is possible 24 hours before departure check-in counter open until 8:00 pm.

Liquids in the hand baggage

Liquids, creams, pastes, gels, and sprays are only allowed in hand luggage in containers with a maximum size of 100 ml (1 dl). All containers (tubes, jars, bottles, etc.) should fit easily into a transparent, re-sealable plastic bag with a maximum size of one liter. Liquids should be presented separately at the security checkpoint. They may only be taken on board the flight if the security representatives have approved them. One plastic bag is permitted per person (also applies to children and infants).

Baby food, liquid medicines, and food for special dietary requirements in the amounts necessary for the trip are also allowed in containers of over 100 ml (1 dl). Passengers may also carry onboard liquid tax & duty-free articles in containers of over 100 ml provided these are carried with the sales receipt in a sealed security bag (as per ICAO standards).

Liquids are required to be shown separately at the security checkpoint. They may only be brought on board the flight if the security agents have approved them.

Spare batteries and power banks

For security reasons, commuters may not take any power banks or spare batteries in their checked baggage. Passengers may take such objects with maximum the output of 160 Wh in their hand luggage, subject to the following provisions:

  • Maximum two spare batteries/power banks if the nominal output of the individual products exceeds 100 Wh., and
  • the batteries/power banks must be kept individually against short circuits.

Batteries, as well as the power banks with an output of over 160 Wh, are forbidden.

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