The route taken through Customs is mainly determined by your point of departure and whether you are bringing into the country more duty payable goods than your free allowance. For those passengers who have flown in from outside the European Union (EU), their baggage will have a white tag and they must pass through either the Red or Green channel according to the amount of duty free goods they have.
Passengers arriving from countries within the EU should use the Blue channel, and their baggage will have green-edged tags. Staff are always on hand if you need assistance or information.
Current duty free limits and a list of prohibited items are displayed on notices around the baggage reclaim area, and are usually featured in in-flight magazines. Pleading ignorance of the limits will not prevent a polite but firm insistence that duty is paid or the goods seized.
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