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What hazardous substances and goods can I carry in my carry-on baggage?

What dangerous substances and goods can I carry in my luggage?

  • Carbon dioxide, solid (dry ice) (in quantities not exceeding 2.5 kg per passenger when used as a refrigerant for perishable goods, in carry-on baggage, provided that the packaging allows the release of carbon dioxide. Operator's permission is required only for carriage in checked baggage)

  • Heat-generating items such as underwater lights (diving lights) and blowtorches

  • Mercury barometer or mercury thermometer carried by a representative of a government weather service or similar official agency

  • A set (backpack) of mine rescue accessories (1 (one) per passenger, equipped with a pyrotechnic trigger containing less than 200 mg net explosives of category 1.4S and less than 200 mg of compressed gas of category 2.2. The set must be packed in such a way as to prevent accidental activation The inflatable bags inside the kits are necessarily equipped with safety valves)

  • Isothermal packagings containing liquid refrigerated nitrogen (dry cargo) (isothermal packagings containing liquid refrigerated nitrogen (dry cargo), completely absorbed into a porous material and intended for transport, at low temperature, non-hazardous products are not subject to these Rules when provided that the design of the isothermal packaging ensures that the pressure inside the container is prevented from increasing and the release of liquid cooled nitrogen, regardless of how the isothermal packaging is placed (stacked))

  • A non-flammable gas cylinder built into a lifejacket (a non-flammable gas cylinder built into a lifejacket containing carbon dioxide or other gas of Division 2.2, no more than two (2) small cylinders per passenger and no more than two spare charges)

  • Small cylinders of gaseous oxygen or air required for medical purposes

  • Hairspray, perfume, cologne and medicines containing alcohol (the total net amount of the above items should not exceed 2 kg or 2 l, and the net amount of each individual item (substance) should not exceed 0.5 kg or 0.5 l (applicable only for items, purchased in duty-free zones))

  • Alcoholic beverages (in retail containers containing by volume more than 24% but less than 70% alcohol, and the containers themselves do not exceed 5 liters, the total net amount per person is 5 liters (applicable only for drinks purchased in duty-free zones) ).)

  • Carbon dioxide cylinders for activating artificial limbs, as well as spare cylinders of similar size if required to provide adequate supplies during travel

  • Portable electronic devices with lithium or lithium ion cells or batteries, such as watches, calculators, cameras, cell phones, netbooks, laptops, camcorders, etc. when carried by passengers or crew members for personal use

  • Battery powered portable e-smoking devices (e.g. e-cigarettes, e-slim cigars, e-cigars, e-pipes, personal steam generators, electronic nicotine dispensing systems) (spare batteries must be kept separate to avoid short circuits and should only be transported in hand luggage.
    In addition, each spare battery must not exceed the following lithium composition limits:
    a) for lithium metal batteries or lithium alloy batteries, the lithium content must be less than 2 g;
    b) For lithium ion batteries, the cumulative lithium equivalent content must be less than 8 g.
    Lithium ion batteries with an aggregate lithium equivalent content of more than 8 g but less than 25 g may be carried in carry-on baggage, provided that each battery is separately protected against short circuits and is limited to 2 spare batteries per person.
    Charging of devices and / or batteries on board the aircraft is prohibited. )

  • Hair curlers containing hydrocarbon gas (no more than one (1) curling iron per passenger or crew member, provided the heating element has a secure safety cap. Hair curlers should not be used on board aircraft under any circumstances. gas filling elements for such tongs are prohibited in both carry-on and checked baggage)

What dangerous substances, things and objects can a passenger carry as things with him (on himself)?

  • Non-flammable gas cylinder built into lifejacket (carbon dioxide or other gas of Division 2.2, no more than two (2) small cylinders per passenger and no more than two spare charges)

  • Hairspray, perfume, cologne and medicines containing alcohol (the total net amount of the above items should not exceed 2 kg or 2 l, and the net amount of each individual item (substance) should not exceed 0.5 kg or 0.5 l (applicable only for items, purchased in duty-free zones))

  • Alcoholic beverages (in retail containers containing by volume more than 24% but less than 70% alcohol, and the containers themselves do not exceed 5 liters, the total net amount per person is 5 liters (applicable only for drinks purchased in duty-free zones) ))

  • Carbon dioxide cylinders for activating artificial limbs, as well as spare cylinders of similar size if required to provide adequate supplies during travel.

  • Portable electronic devices with lithium or lithium ion cells or batteries, such as watches, calculators, cameras, cell phones, laptop computers, camcorders, etc. when carried by passengers or crew members for personal use

  • Battery-powered portable e-smoking devices (e.g. e-cigarettes, e-slim cigars, e-cigars, e-pipes, personal steam generators, e-nicotine dispensers) (in retail containers containing more than 24% volume but less than 70% % alcohol, and the containers themselves do not exceed 5 liters, the total net amount per person is 5 liters (applicable only for drinks purchased in duty-free zones))

  • Implanted cardiac muscle stimulators or other radioactive isotope devices, including devices powered by lithium batteries or other radioactive pharmaceuticals, implanted into the human body for therapeutic purposes

  • Safety matches or one lighter (safety matches or one lighter for personal use, containing liquid fuel (gasoline) completely absorbed by a solid substance, carried by a passenger or a crew member with them. However, the carriage of lighters with non-absorbed liquid fuel (excluding liquefied gas), fuel for lighters and refills are not allowed either with you or in checked or carry-on baggage)

Note: Transportation of "thermal matches" by air is prohibited. Thermal matches are chemical matches that do not require friction to ignite.


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    • What dangerous substances and goods can I carry in my luggage?

      • Carbon dioxide, solid (dry ice) (in quantities not exceeding 2.5 kg per passenger when used as a refrigerant for perishable goods, in carry-on baggage, provided that the packaging allows the release of carbon dioxide. Operator's permission is required only for carriage in checked baggage)

      • Heat-generating items such as underwater lights (diving lights) and blowtorches

      • Mercury barometer or mercury thermometer carried by a representative of a government weather service or similar official agency

      • A set (backpack) of mine rescue accessories (1 (one) per passenger, equipped with a pyrotechnic trigger containing less than 200 mg net explosives of category 1.4S and less than 200 mg of compressed gas of category 2.2. The set must be packed in such a way as to prevent accidental activation The inflatable bags inside the kits are necessarily equipped with safety valves)

      • Isothermal packagings containing liquid refrigerated nitrogen (dry cargo) (isothermal packagings containing liquid refrigerated nitrogen (dry cargo), completely absorbed into a porous material and intended for transport, at low temperature, non-hazardous products are not subject to these Rules when provided that the design of the isothermal packaging ensures that the pressure inside the container is prevented from increasing and the release of liquid cooled nitrogen, regardless of how the isothermal packaging is placed (stacked))

      • A non-flammable gas cylinder built into a lifejacket (a non-flammable gas cylinder built into a lifejacket containing carbon dioxide or other gas of Division 2.2, no more than two (2) small cylinders per passenger and no more than two spare charges)

      • Small cylinders of gaseous oxygen or air required for medical purposes

      • Hairspray, perfume, cologne and medicines containing alcohol (the total net amount of the above items should not exceed 2 kg or 2 l, and the net amount of each individual item (substance) should not exceed 0.5 kg or 0.5 l (applicable only for items, purchased in duty-free zones))

      • Alcoholic beverages (in retail containers containing by volume more than 24% but less than 70% alcohol, and the containers themselves do not exceed 5 liters, the total net amount per person is 5 liters (applicable only for drinks purchased in duty-free zones) ).)

      • Carbon dioxide cylinders for activating artificial limbs, as well as spare cylinders of similar size if required to provide adequate supplies during travel

      • Portable electronic devices with lithium or lithium ion cells or batteries, such as watches, calculators, cameras, cell phones, netbooks, laptops, camcorders, etc. when carried by passengers or crew members for personal use

      • Battery powered portable e-smoking devices (e.g. e-cigarettes, e-slim cigars, e-cigars, e-pipes, personal steam generators, electronic nicotine dispensing systems) (spare batteries must be kept separate to avoid short circuits and should only be transported in hand luggage.
        In addition, each spare battery must not exceed the following lithium composition limits:
        a) for lithium metal batteries or lithium alloy batteries, the lithium content must be less than 2 g;
        b) For lithium ion batteries, the cumulative lithium equivalent content must be less than 8 g.
        Lithium ion batteries with an aggregate lithium equivalent content of more than 8 g but less than 25 g may be carried in carry-on baggage, provided that each battery is separately protected against short circuits and is limited to 2 spare batteries per person.
        Charging of devices and / or batteries on board the aircraft is prohibited. )

      • Hair curlers containing hydrocarbon gas (no more than one (1) curling iron per passenger or crew member, provided the heating element has a secure safety cap. Hair curlers should not be used on board aircraft under any circumstances. gas filling elements for such tongs are prohibited in both carry-on and checked baggage)

      What dangerous substances, things and objects can a passenger carry as things with him (on himself)?

      • Non-flammable gas cylinder built into lifejacket (carbon dioxide or other gas of Division 2.2, no more than two (2) small cylinders per passenger and no more than two spare charges)

      • Hairspray, perfume, cologne and medicines containing alcohol (the total net amount of the above items should not exceed 2 kg or 2 l, and the net amount of each individual item (substance) should not exceed 0.5 kg or 0.5 l (applicable only for items, purchased in duty-free zones))

      • Alcoholic beverages (in retail containers containing by volume more than 24% but less than 70% alcohol, and the containers themselves do not exceed 5 liters, the total net amount per person is 5 liters (applicable only for drinks purchased in duty-free zones) ))

      • Carbon dioxide cylinders for activating artificial limbs, as well as spare cylinders of similar size if required to provide adequate supplies during travel.

      • Portable electronic devices with lithium or lithium ion cells or batteries, such as watches, calculators, cameras, cell phones, laptop computers, camcorders, etc. when carried by passengers or crew members for personal use

      • Battery-powered portable e-smoking devices (e.g. e-cigarettes, e-slim cigars, e-cigars, e-pipes, personal steam generators, e-nicotine dispensers) (in retail containers containing more than 24% volume but less than 70% % alcohol, and the containers themselves do not exceed 5 liters, the total net amount per person is 5 liters (applicable only for drinks purchased in duty-free zones))

      • Implanted cardiac muscle stimulators or other radioactive isotope devices, including devices powered by lithium batteries or other radioactive pharmaceuticals, implanted into the human body for therapeutic purposes

      • Safety matches or one lighter (safety matches or one lighter for personal use, containing liquid fuel (gasoline) completely absorbed by a solid substance, carried by a passenger or a crew member with them. However, the carriage of lighters with non-absorbed liquid fuel (excluding liquefied gas), fuel for lighters and refills are not allowed either with you or in checked or carry-on baggage)

      Note: Transportation of "thermal matches" by air is prohibited. Thermal matches are chemical matches that do not require friction to ignite.


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