Kerry Airport Security
Finding the Kerry Check-In Area is easy as it is situated in the main concourse. Kerry Airport authorities suggest arriving for check-in 60 to 90 minutes prior to the anticipated take-off time. Although Kerry is a relatively small regional airport, an extraordinarily crowded day could lead to delays in security or check-in. Allowing an additional 30 minutes for dropping off a Kerry Airport rental car will help ensure a smooth and hassle-free check-in experience, although typically the process takes no more than 15 minutes.
Rules for weight and size restrictions on checked and carry-on baggage vary from airline to airline and are ever-changing, so it's a good idea to check with your carrier for the latest information. In general, carry-on baggage allowances are limited to one piece of luggage (10 kilograms or less) which will easily fit into the overhead compartments plus one personal item such as a purse or handbag, a notebook computer in a case, or a briefcase.
Normally the longest anticipated delays will occur around the security checkpoint area. Passengers can facilitate smooth security pass-through by placing metallic and electronic items into the provided bins, by removing laptops from their cases and by doffing coats, jackets and footwear.
Passengers with special needs or reduced mobility can expect airport personnel to provide assistance commensurate with their situation from checking in to boarding. Kerry Airport authorities recommend notifying the airline at least two days prior to departure if special assistance is desired for in-flight service.
One of the most important time-savers to remember is to place all containers of liquids and gels into a single re-sealable clear plastic bag no larger than 20cm x 20cm. EU regulations prohibit the containers from exceeding 100ml in volume. Also prohibited are sharp or pointed items including tools, knives, darts and scissors; flammables; and sports equipment such as cricket bats and billiard cues.