DANGEROUS GOODS IN BAGGAGE

Security information

For safety reasons, transportation by air of dangerous goods is restricted or even prohibited.
The following articles are prohibited in checked baggage: ##Briefcases and security type attache cases with installed alarm devices.

  • Incorporative lithium batteries and/or pyrotechnic material.
  • Explosives, munitions, fireworks and flares.
  • Gases (flammable, non-flammable, deeply refrigerated and poisonous), such as camping gas and aerosols.
  • Flammable liquids, such as lighter fuels, paints and thinner.
  • Flammable solids, such as matches and articles which are easily ignited; substances liable to spontaneous combustion; substances which on contact with water emit flammable gases.
  • Oxidizing substances, such as bleaching powder and peroxides.
  • Poisonous (toxic) and infections substances.
  • Radioactive materials.
  • Corrosives (such as mercury) which may be contained in thermometers, acids, alkalis and wet-cell batteries.
  • Disabling devices such as mace, pepper spray, etc. containing an irritant or incapacitating substance.
  • Magnetized materials and other miscellaneous dangerous goods as listed in the IATA DGR.

NOTE: Under certain conditions the above articles may be carried as checked baggage.

The following articles may be accepted in limited quantities in checked baggage – with pre-notification:

  • Small gaseous oxygen or air cylinders required for medical use.
  • One small dioxide cylinder fitted into a self-inflating life jacket plus one spare cartridge.
  • Small arms and ammunition.
  • Medicinal or toilet articles, such as hair sprays, perfumes and medicines containing alcohol. Maximum quantities:
    • of each single article: 0.5 kg /1.1 lbs. or 0.5 litres / 0.53 quarts
    • per passenger: 2 kg / 4.4 lbs or 2 litres / 2.11 quarts
  • Alcoholic beverages not exceeding 70% alcohol by volume, perfumes and colognes. Maximum quantity of each single receptacle: 5 litres / 5.3 quarts
  • Personal smoking materials, such as safety matches or one gas lighter containing liquefied gas, but not including lighters with other unabsorbed liquid fuel, lighter fuel or lighter refills.
  • Hair curlers containing hydrocarbon gas, provided the safety cover is securely fitted over the heating element (gas refills for such curlers are not permitted).
  • One small medical or clinical thermometer which contains mercury, for personal use, when in its protective case.
  • Small gaseous oxygen or air cylinders required for medical use.
  • One small dioxide cylinder fitted into a self-inflating life jacket plus one spare cartridge.
  • Small arms and ammunition. REFERENCE: See chapter 11.14, Arms and ammunition.

Electronic equipment

The electronic equipment may adversely affect the plane’s electronic systems. Is only permitted while the aircraft doors remain open. During the flight, once completed the maneuver and before takeoff and landing, you can connect inside the aircraft, certain electronic devices such as: ##CD players and DVD

  • Portable videogame consoles.
  • Personal computers.
  • Recorders / players, digital tape.
  • Portable handheld agendas that does not use a system of reception / transmission.

Cell Phones:

  • They must be switched off or Flight Mode after closing the aircraft doors.

 

Electronic devices permanently off:

  • RF transmission devices;
  • Walkie-Talkies;
  • Toys with remote control;
  • Monitors based on cathode ray tubes;
  • Wireless computer equipment (mouse);
  • Printers PC;
  • Stereo Sound Systems;
  • Handheld radios (AM / FM);
  • Recipients of TV channels;
  • Bluetooth technology.

 

On takeoff, approach and landing is not permitted to use any type of electronic equipment.

Note: In any interference on board, the flight commander may prohibit the use of any electronic device.

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