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This would depend on the nature of these lights and the airline officials at the airport will have a final say. If allowed, this would need to be checked in. There are greater chances that this is perceived as a cargo.
yes, it is allowed for doemstic flights.
Only dry sweets and non-oily items are allowed inside cabin. Smelly items are also not allowed.
yes, you can carry it in check in luggage and in sealed condition.
There is no special procedure for it. You are required to check it and not allowed in cabin. It shall be sealed and declared.
Allowed in Check in baggage in properly packed condition
15 kg check in and 7 kg cabin
Allowed only in check in baggage. Airline does not prescribe any limit.
In checkin baggage upto 5 litres liqur allowed in sealed condition and well packed.
Ghees are not allowed on board.
Infants have to be seated in the lap of adults in cabin. Therefore, the carry cot will be allowed only till the cabin gate and not inside the cabin. From cabin gate it will be taken to hold.
WE can not say about Customs. We can only say about the airlines. Airlines do not have any restriction.
yes, but only in check in baggage, subject to weight and dimension restrictions.
It is better to carry it in check in.
No, that does not happen since IndiGo does not offer frequent flyer program.
It is not the right page for this query. Please post it on http://www.baggage-allowance.info/indigo-airlines-baggage-allowance. You can know the answer by reading through the content.
5 litres of liquour is permitted on domestic flights as checkin baggage.
No. In cabin, infants have to be carried in laps. Pram is not allowed inside cabin. You will have to carry one of your own and only till the boarding gate where is it taken away to be put in the hold.
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