It is legally prohibited to carry items in your carry-on baggage that may cause injuries or damage or that may jeopardise the safety of the airplane and its passengers, such as, but not limited to:
- Sharp or pointed objects (e.g. scissors, nail file)
- Blunt objects (e.g. baseball bat,...)
- Tools (e.g. screwdriver)
- Weapons, fire weapons, fake weapons, stun weapons, items that may be used as weapons or which can discharge a projectile and immobilisation devices (e.g. tasers, tear gas).
- Explosives, munitions, ammunition, flammable liquids and solids.
- Dangerous Goods: see the section 'dangerous goods'
-> Please pack all lithium powered power banks, external battery packs, spare/loose batteries and electronic smoking devices in your handluggage
Important! For safety reasons, you are not allowed to carry loose lithium batteries (e.g. power banks or spare batteries) in the baggage you check in. Please put them in the personal item you can take on board. This practical overview provides more information about the items you are or are not allowed to carry in our (carry-on) baggage.