More information on which baggage is not allowed on the aircraft can be found on this page.
International regulations prohibit the carriage of dangerous goods in your checked baggage and carry-on baggage. Please note that these items can include everyday consumer items such as certain batteries, cleaning products etc. For more information on the dangerous goods you are not permitted to carry in your baggage, we refer to the section 'Dangerous goods'.
For safety reasons, the transport of the following items in your checked baggage and carry-on baggage is prohibited by law worldwide (non-exhaustive list):
- Flammable solids, e.g. matches
- Flammable liquids, e.g. lighters, lighter fuel, fuel, paint and cleaning agents
- Gases, e.g. flammable, irritant or toxic gases, self-defence sprays and camping gas
- Oxidising substances and organic peroxides, e.g. bleaching powder and peroxides
- Toxic and infectious substances, e.g. mercury, bacteria and virus cultures
- Corrosives, e.g. acids, mercury and wet batteries
- Radioactive materials
- Magnetic materials
- Explosives, fireworks, flares and ammunition
- Small Transportation devices such as Hoverboards, e-bike, solo wheel, Airwheel and Segways.
-> Please pack all lithium powered power banks, external battery packs, spare/loose batteries in your hand luggage. electronic smoking devices in your handluggage. Recharging of any lithium battery operated device is prohibited onboard.
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.