Behavior on-board

19.1 Behavior of passengers on board the aircraft must be such that according to the air carrier’s rules does not endanger or does not threaten other passengers, property, the aircraft or its crew.
A passenger has no right to interfere with the crew at the time of fulfillment by them of their official duties, and must follow the instructions of the aircraft commander and of the crew to secure the safety of the flight, the aircraft and safe, effective and comfortable flight of passengers.
A passenger must desist from behavior, which can cause or causes protest from other passengers.
19.2 With the purpose of ensuring the safety of the flight, the airline has a right to prohibit or to limit use on board of the aircraft of electronic equipment, mobile telephones, portable computers, portable tape-recorders, portable radio sets, CD players, transmission devices, including toys with radio control, portable radio transmitters, etc., except in cases of artificial hearing devices and heart pacemakers.
19.3 On board the aircraft, a passenger has no right to be intoxicated by alcohol or narcotics, or to be under the influence of any other substance that can cause dangerous behavior of the passenger, resulting in his/her actions endangering or constituting a threat to other passengers, crew members, equipment of the aircraft and the property of passengers. Drinking of any alcoholic drinks on board an aircraft is permitted only in amounts offered by the air carrier.
19.4 Irrespective of flight’s range smoking, using electronic cigarettes and electronic tobacco heating systems is prohibited on board the aircraft.
19.5 If a passenger does not adhere to points 2-4 of this section, the air carrier has a right to take measures as required by the situation and which the air carrier will consider as necessary for avoidance of such behavior. Such measures may include limitation of the passenger’s movement on board the aircraft, disembarkation of the passenger, denied boarding to an aircraft in any point of the transportation route and transfer of the passenger to local law-enforcement or governmental bodies for taking relevant measures of influence.
19.6 If a passenger does not follow the provisions of this section or acts in another manner that breaches rules established by the air carrier, the air carrier has a right to deny such passenger in his/her further transportation. In accordance with the provisions of Articles 90, 91 of the Air Code of Ukraine, the air carrier has the right to maintain the established procedure and apply deterrent measures for offenders on board the aircraft. Relevant procedures for the implementation of deterrence measures are developed by the air carrier.
19.7 If due to forbidden behavior of a passenger the air carrier was forced to take some actions, which incurred additional expenses, the passenger is obliged to reimburse to the air carrier such expenses according to applicable legislation.