Appendix

Appendix 1
Appendix 2
Appendix 3
Appendix 4
Appendix 5
Appendix 6
Appendix 7

Appendix 1

Scheme of cabin arrangement of boeing-737-800 aircraft for 180 passenger seats

Boeing 737-800

Note:

  1. Row No.1 – no seats «В», «D», «E», «F».
  2. Row No.2 and 3 no seats «B», «E».
  3. Row No.8, 9 – the service «Seat choice» and on-line check-in is prohibited. These high-priority seats for:
    1. unaccompanied children;
    2. pregnant women.
  4. Rows No.13, 14, 15*, 31 – seat backs are blocked ( * - except for aircraft number BPM, BKR and BQT).
  5. Rows No. 14, 15 – are located near emergency exits to a wing.
  6. Rows No. 1, 14, 15, 31 - are prohibited to seat the following categories of passengers:
    1. passengers with reduced mobility;
    2. pregnant women;
    3. children from 0 to 18 years old disregarding presence of accompanying persons;
    4. deported passengers and those in custody.
  7. Rows No. 1, 14, 15, 31 - are high-priority for:
    1. airline staff, military personnel, etc.;
    2. strong, healthy passengers from 18 years old travelling without family.
  8. Rows 25, 28, 30– seating passengers carrying animals/birds in a cabin.
  9. For the purposes of ensuring flights safety it is allowed to seat no more than one child from 2 years old (without providing him/her a separate seat) in each block of seats of aircraft Boeing-737.
  10. Row No.4 – seating and the service «Seat choice» are prohibited for the following categories of passengers:
    1. children from 0 to 12 years disregarding presence of accompanying persons.

Appendix 2

Scheme of cabin arrangement of boeing-737-300 aircraft for 148 passenger seats

Boeing 737-300

Note:

  1. Row No. 14 – no seats «В», «E».
  2. Row No. 8, 9 – the service «Seat choice» and on-line check-in is prohibited These high-priority seats for:
    1. unaccompanied children;
    2. pregnant women;
  3. Rows No. 13, 14, 27 – seat back are blocked;
  4. Rows No. 14, 15 – are located near emergency exits to a wing.
  5. Rows No. 3 (A, B, C), 14, 15, 27 – are prohibited to seat the following categories of passengers:
    1. passengers with reduced mobility;
    2. pregnant women;
    3. children from 0 to 18 years old disregarding presence of accompanying persons;
    4. deported passengers and those in custody.
  6. Rows No. 3, 13, 14, 15, 27 - are high-priority for:
    1. airline staff, military personnel, etc.;
    2. strong, healthy passengers from 18 years old travelling without family.
  7. Rows No. 21, 24, 26 – seating passengers carrying animals/birds in a cabin.
  8. For the purposes of ensuring flights safety it is allowed to seat no more than one child from 2 years old (without providing him/her a separate seat) in each block of seats of aircraft Boeing-737.
  9. Row No.4 – seating and the service «Seat choice» are prohibited for the following categories of passengers:
    1. children from 0 to 12 years disregarding presence of accompanying persons.

Appendix 3

Scheme of cabin arrangement of ATR-42-500 aircraft for 46 passenger seats

ATR 42-500

Note:

  1. Row No. № 12 – no seats  «D», «F»;
  2. Row No.10 – high-priority seats for:
    1. unaccompanied children;
    2. pregnant women;
  3. Rows No. 5, 8 – seating passengers carrying animals/birds in a cabin.
  4. In rows No. 1, 11, 12, on seats 2CD it is prohibited to seat the following categories of passengers:
    1. passengers with reduced mobility;
    2. pregnant women;
    3. children from 0 to 12 years old disregarding presence of accompanying persons;
    4. deported passengers and those in custody. 

    These rows are high-priority for:

    1. airline staff, military personnel, etc.;
    2. strong, healthy passengers from 18 years old travelling without family;

Appendix 4

Scheme of cabin arrangement of ATR-42-500 aircraft for 48 passenger seats

ATR 42-500

Note:

  1. Row No. № 12 – no seats  «D», «F»;
  2. Row No.9 – high-priority seats for:
    1. unaccompanied children;
    2. pregnant women.
  3. Rows No. 4, 7 – seating passengers carrying animals/birds in a cabin.
  4. 4) In rows No. 1 «H», «F», 1, 11,12 it is prohibited to seat the following categories of passengers:
    1. passengers with reduced mobility;
    2. pregnant women;
    3. children from 0 to 18 years old disregarding presence of accompanying persons;
    4. deported passengers and those in custody.

    These rows are high-priority for:

    1. airline staff, military personnel, etc.;
    2. strong, healthy passengers from 18 years old travelling without family.

Appendix 5

Airline form of indemnity

Appendix 6

«The item is removed»

Appendix 7

Lithium-ion batteries with a specific capacity of up to 100 Watt-hour
(Lithium-metal batteries with lithium content not exceeding 2 g (LC))
Lithium-ion batteries with a specific capacity of 100-160 Watt-hour
(Lithium-metal batteries with lithium content of 2-8 g (LC))
Lithium-ion batteries with a specific capacity of more than 160 Watt-hour Small-sized personal vehicles.
Operate using lithium-ion batteries

Examples:

  • mobile phones;
  • video cameras;
  • watches;
  • portable music players;
  • laptops;
  • portable medical devices.

In carry-on baggage:

  1. Allowed inside the devices;
  2. Spare batteries must be individually protected in such a way that they can not be short-circuited (for example, by placing them in retail packaging, or wrapping the terminals with tape, or placing each battery in a separate plastic bag or protective bag).

In checked baggage:

  1. Must be inside the devices;
  2. Measures should be taken to prevent their spontaneous activation;
  3. Transportation of spare batteries (not inserted into the devices) is prohibited.

Examples:

  • extended battery-life laptops;
  • professional audio and video equipment;
  • portable medical devices.

In carry-on baggage:

  1. Requires an airline permit;
  2. Allowed inside the devices;
  3. Measures should be taken to prevent their spontaneous activation;
  4. Spare batteries must be individually protected in such a way that they can not be short-circuited (for example, by placing them in retail packaging, or wrapping the terminals with tape, or placing each battery in a separate plastic bag or protective bag;
  5. One passenger is allowed t to carry not more than two spare lithium-metallic batteries.

In checked baggage:

  1. Requires an airline permit;
  2. Allowed inside the devices;
  3. Measures should be taken to prevent their spontaneous activation;
  4. Transportation of spare batteries (not inserted into the devices) is prohibited.

Examples:

  • Industrial equipment included in some electric and hybrid vehicles;
  • Mobile devices and mopeds.

Transportation in check-in baggage and carry-on baggage is prohibited

They are to be presented and transported as «dangerous goods» in accordance with the Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Good by Air (Doc 9284 AN \ 905).

Exceptions:

Wheelchairs or similar mobile vehicles operating on lithium-ion batteries with a specific capacity of more than 160 Watt-hour that are used by passengers with limited mobility due to special health conditions, age or temporary conditions (for example, with leg fracture).

Conditions for authorizing a special transportation of a vehicle / wheelchair:

  1. The commander of the aircraft must be informed of the lithium-ion battery(s) location.
  2. The airline permission is required.
  3. Means of transport must be transported in such a way that they are protected from damage caused by the movement of baggage, mail, ammunition or other cargo.
  4. It is possible to transport as checked-in baggage on condition that:
    • The battery terminals are protected against short circuits (for example, by means of a divider fence in the battery box);
    • The battery is securely attached to the vehicle;
    • The electrical circuits must be isolated.
  5. If the vehicle / wheelchair is designed so that it is possible for the user to remove the battery (it is, for example, foldable), then:
    • The battery must be removed;
    • The batteries must be protected against short-circuit by insulating the terminal (by taping);
    • Batteries removed must be protected from damage (placed in protective packaging). Batteries should be carried in the passenger compartment;
    • The battery capacity should not exceed 300Watt-hour;
    • You can transport only one spare battery with a maximum power of 300Watt-hour, or two spare batteries not exceeding a power of 160 Watt-hour each.

Examples:

  • monowheels;
  • segways (mini-segways);
  • hoverboards;
  • gyroscooters;
  • electric scooters.

In accordance with IATA recommendations, the air transportation of the said vehicles on JSC "NordStar" Airline flights is possible as checked baggage, provided there is no lithium battery in the vehicle.

The lithium battery removed from the vehicle is allowed for transportation only in carry-on baggage, provided that the battery capacity does not exceed the established standard of 160 Watt-hour (Watt per hour, W / h).

A small-sized vehicle with an integrated (not removable) lithium battery can be transported when it is designed as «dangerous cargo» through the airport's cargo terminal.

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