Dangerous Goods are items that could initiate safety related risks for an aircraft and people on board the aircraft during a flight.
For safety reasons, the following items cannot be taken onto an aircraft.
Please do not pack them in either hand luggage or checked baggage.
Flammable liquids and solids
Oxidisers such as bleaching powders
Tear gas devices or any gas cylinders
Infectious substances such as live virus materials
Wet-cell car batteries
Instruments containing mercury
Instruments containing magnets
Fireworks and pyrotechnics
Fire lighters, lighter fuel, paints, thinners
Poisons, arsenic, cyanide, weed killer
Radioactive materials, acids, corrosives, alkalis, caustic soda
Creosote, quicklime, oiled paper
Vehicle fuel system components which have contained fuel
Explosives, ammunition, detonators and related equipment
Smoke canisters and smoke cartridges
Hoverboards, self-balancing single or multi-wheels, mini segways
Please note that this list is not complete and can be updated. For details on how to safely transport your dangerous goods or if you are not sure whether an item is prohibited or not, please contact us.
International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulations describe in detail which Dangerous Goods may be transported by air, in what quantities, and how they should be packed. Besides the transportation restrictions on Dangerous Goods there are also restrictions on transporting sporting goods, kitchen utensils, tools and other things with sharp edges or points capable of injuring someone.