Medicines and toiletries in limited quantities and alcoholic beverages may be carried in checked or cabin baggage (maximum 2 litres or 2 kg).
The following items are prohibited to carry in you checked and carry on baggage.
- No household items: bleaches, drain cleaners and solvents contain dangerous chemicals which can cause toxic fumes and corrosion.
- No compressed gases: e.g. refrigerants, flammable and poisonous such as butane and aqualung cylinders.
- No corrosives: e.g. acids, alkaline, mercury and wet cell batteries.
- No explosives, munitions, fireworks and flares and other explosives which might detonate due to their sensitive nature.
- No infectious substances: e.g. live virus substances.
- No radioactive materials and all poisons: e.g. insecticides and weed killers.
- Firearms are not permitted in the cabin.
- Passengers shall not tender dangerous goods or potentially dangerous goods for carriage as baggage.
- No flammable liquids: e.g. fuel, paints, solvents, adhesives, alcoholic beverages higher than 140 proof and flammable gases such as lighter refills and camping gas might leak and cause a fire.
- No other hazardous materials: e.g. strike-anywhere matches, gasoline-powered tools, spray cans, self-inflating rafts, poisons, infectious substances, mace and pepper spray.
- Wheelchairs – only wheelchairs with certain types of batteries will be accepted.
- One wheelchair per passenger will be accepted and transported at no additional charge.
- Advance notice is recommended due to space limitations on the aircraft. If a size and nature such that the wheelchair can be loaded onto and transported aboard, both collapsible and electric wheelchairs will be accepted for transport.
- For wheelchairs with wet cell batteries, the batteries must be disconnected, and terminals insulated and stored in strong, rigid packaging.
- The box must be clearly marked as enclosing such item with arrows indicating the “up” position.
- Regulation battery boxes are highly recommended.