TRANSPORT OF HAZARDOUS GOODS
It is prohibited to carry the following items in hand luggage or checked luggage for safety reasons:
- Bags with inbuilt alarms;
- Explosives, fireworks, rockets;
- Pressurised cans containing irritant gases, self-defense sprays, camping gas;
- Cans with inflammable liquids such as cigarette-lighter fuel, paint, varnish, solvents;
- Easily inflammable items, such as matches;
- Substances that emit inflammable gases when they come in contact with water;
- Oxidising substances such as powdered bleach, peroxides;
- Poisonous (toxic) and infectious substances such as mercury, bacteria and virus cultures;
- Radioactive materials and products;
- Corrosive substances such as acids, alkalis, wet-cell batteries;
- Highly magnetic materials;
Special regulations apply to the carriage of ammunition. Contact our offices for further details.
The following items cannot be carried in hand luggage for safety reasons:
- knives or sharp objects;
- nail files;
- toy weapons;
Electronic equipment has a negative effect on a plane’s electronic systems. These devices can only be used while the plane’s doors are open. During the flight, after take-off is complete and before the plane has started the landing procedure certain electronic devices can be turned on in the plane such as:
- CD and DVD players
- Portable video-game consoles
- Personal computers
- Digital cassette recorders/players
- Portable hand-held agendas that do not use a reception/transmission system.
Electronic devices that are prohibited inside the plane
- Mobile phones (whenever the doors are closed);
- RF transmission devices;
- Remote controlled toys;
- Cathode ray tube monitors;
- Cordless IT equipment (mouse);
- PC printers;
- Stereo devices;
- Pocket radios (AM/FM);
- TV channel receivers;
- Bluetooth technology.
No electronic equipment is allowed during take-off approach and landing procedures.
Note: If any interference is detected onboard, the Captain can prohibit the use of any electronic device.