What hazardous materials and goods can be carried in hand Luggage?

  • carbon Dioxide, solid (dry ice) in quantities not exceeding 2.5 kg per passenger when used as a refrigerant for perishable products in hand Luggage, provided that packing ensures the release of carbon dioxide. Permission of the operator only needs to transport in checked baggage

  • the Elements that produce heat, such as underwater lights (lamps for diving) and soldering lamps

  • mercurial barometer or Mercurial thermometer carried by a representative of a governmental weather service or similar official of the Agency

  • Kit (backpack) mountain rescue set 1 (one) per passenger, equipped with a pyrotechnic trigger mechanism containing less than 200 mg net explosives of division 1.4 S and less than 200 mg of compressed gas of division 2.2. The kit must be Packed in such a way that it excluded accidental operation of the starting device. Inflated bags inside sets compulsorily equipped with safety valves

  • Insulated packagings containing refrigerated liquid nitrogen (dry weight) insulated packagings containing refrigerated liquid nitrogen (dry weight), fully absorbed in porous material and intended for transport, at low temperature, non-dangerous products are not subject to these Regulations provided that design of insulated packaging prevents pressure increase inside the vessel and the allocation of refrigerated liquid nitrogen, regardless of how placed (stacked) insulated packaging

  • Tank with non-flammable gas, built-in lifejacket tank with non-flammable gas, built-in life jacket containing carbon dioxide or other gas in division 2.2, with no more than two (2) small cylinders per passenger and up to two spare charges to him

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

  • Hairspray, perfumes, colognes and medicines containing alcohol the total net quantity of the above items should not exceed 2 kg or 2 l and the net quantity of each individual item (s) must not exceed 0.5 kg or 0.5 l (applicable only for items purchased in duty-free zones)

  • Alcoholic beverages in containers for retail sale, containing by volume more than 24% but less than 70% alcohol, and the capacity does not exceed 5 l total net quantity per person is 5 litres (only applies to drinks purchased in duty-free zones).

  • Cylinders with carbon dioxide for actuation of artificial limbs and spare cylinders of similar size if required to ensure the necessary reserves for the trip

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

  • a Portable electronic Smoking device driven by batteries (for example, e-cigarette, slim e cigar, electronic cigar, electronic pipe, personal generators, electronic delivery system of nicotine) spare batteries must be individually to avoid a short circuit and should only be transported in carry-on baggage.
    in addition, each spare battery must not exceed the following restrictions on lithium composition:
    a)for lithium metal batteries lithium alloys -lithium content must be less than 2 g;
    b)for lithium ion battery, the aggregate equivalent lithium content must be less than 8.
    Lithium ion batteries with an aggregate equivalent lithium content over 8 grams but less than 25 grams may be carried in hand Luggage provided that each battery is individually protected against short circuits and are limited to 2 spare batteries per person.
    Charging devices and/or batteries on Board aircraft is forbidden.

  • catalytic Curling curler containing hydrocarbon gas not more than one (1) tongs per passenger or crew member provided that the heating element has a reliable safety cover. Hair curlers must not be used on Board the aircraft under any circumstances. Transportation gas filling elements for such curlers are prohibited in carry-on baggage and in checked baggage

  • Medical or clinical thermometer containing mercury, one (1) thermometer per passenger for personal use, provided that it is in its protective case.

What are dangerous goods the passenger may hold as things to yourself (for yourself)?

  • Tank with non-flammable gas, built-in lifejacket carbon dioxide or other gas in division 2.2, with no more than two (2) small cylinders per passenger and up to two spare charges to him

  • Hairspray, perfumes, colognes and medicines containing alcohol the total net quantity of the above items should not exceed 2 kg or 2 l and the net quantity of each individual item (s) must not exceed 0.5 kg or 0.5 l (applicable only for items purchased in duty-free zones)

  • Alcoholic beverages in containers for retail sale, containing by volume more than 24% but less than 70% alcohol, and the capacity does not exceed 5 l total net quantity per person is 5 litres (only applies to drinks purchased in duty-free zones)

  • Cylinders with carbon dioxide for actuation of artificial limbs and spare cylinders of similar size if required to ensure the necessary reserves for the journey.

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

  • a Portable electronic Smoking device driven by batteries (for example, e-cigarette, slim e cigar, electronic cigar, electronic pipe, personal generators, electronic delivery system of nicotine) in containers for retail sale, containing by volume more than 24% but less than 70% alcohol, and the capacity does not exceed 5 l, the total net quantity per person is 5 litres (only applies to drinks purchased in duty-free zones)

  • Medical or clinical thermometer containing mercury, one (1) thermometer per passenger for personal use, provided that it is in its protective case.

  • Implanted cardiac pacemakers or other devices on the radioactive isotopes, including devices powered by lithium batteries or other radioactive pharmaceuticals that are implantable in the human body for therapeutic purposes

  • safety matches or one cigarette lighter safety matches or one lighter for personal use, containing liquid fuel (gasoline), fully absorbed in solid matter carried by a passenger or crew member. However, the carriage of cigarette lighters with absorbed liquid fuel (except liquefied gas), lighter fuel and lighter gas elements are not allowed neither in possession nor in checked or hand Luggage

note: Transportation of "strike-anywhere matches" by air transport is prohibited. "Thermomatches" is a chemical match for ignition which friction is not required.

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