Dangerous Goods Regulations

Items Which Cannot Be Carried In Hand Baggage 

Personal Items:

1.) Lighters  
2.) Scissors with metal blades and pointed tips  
3.) A realistic replica of a toy weapon.


Sharp Objects

1.) Box cutters  
2.) Ice picks or axes  
3.) Knives (any length and type)  
4.) Meat Cleavers  
5.) Razor-type blades (excluding safety razors, sabres, and swords)  
6.) Box cutters  
7.)utility knives


Sporting Goods

1.) Baseball Bats  
2.) Bows and arrows  
3.) Cricket Bats  
4.) Golf clubs  
5.) Hockey sticks  
6.) Lacrosse Sticks  
7.) Pool Cues  
8.) Ski Poles  
9.) Spear Guns


Guns and Firearms

1.) Ammunition  
2.) BB guns  
3.) Compressed air guns  
4.) Firearms  
5.) Parts of Guns and Firearms  
6.) Pellet guns  
7.) Realistic Replicas of Firearms  
8.) Starter pistols.



1.) Axes and hatchets  
2.) Cattle Feed  
3.) Crowbars  
4.) Hammers  
5.) Drills (all types)  
6.) Saws (all types)  
7.) Screwdrivers  
8.) Tools (wrenches, pliers, etc.)


Items for Martial Arts/Self Defense

1.) Billy clubs  
2.) Black Jacks  
3.) Brass Knuckles  
4.) Kubatons   
5.) Mace or pepper spray  
6.) Martial Arts Weapons  
7.) Nightsticks  
8.) Nunchakus  
9.) Martial Arts/Self Defense Items  
10.) Stun Guns or Shocking Devices  
11.) Throwing Stars.

Items that cannot be carried in hand luggage or checked in baggage


Explosive Materials

1.) Flares (in any form)  
2.) Gun Lighters  
3.) Gunpowder  
4.) Explosive material  
5.) Blasting caps   
6.) Dynamite   
7.) Fireworks and Hand Grenades   
8.) Plastic Explosives and Replicas.


Compressed gases

Compressed gases - deeply refrigerated, flammable, non-flammable and poisonous such as butane oxygen, liquid nitrogen, aqualung cylinders and compressed gas cylinders.


Flammable Items

1.) Aerosol (except for personal care in limited quantities)  
2.) Fuels (including cooking oils)  
3.) Gasoline  
4.) Gas torches  
5.) Lighter  
6.) Fluid  
7.) Matches  
8.) Turpentine  
9.) Paint Thinner


Oxidizing materials

1.) Bleaching powder,  
2.) Peroxides


Poisonous and infectious substances

1.) Insecticides  
2.) weed-killers  
3.) live virus materials.


Radio-active materials



1.) acids  
2.) alkalis  
3.) mercury  
4.) wet cell batteries (except in wheel chairs, drain cleaners, or ovens)


Other dangerous articles

such as magnetized, offensive, or irritating materials. Briefcases and attaché cases with installed alarm devices.

Certain items, which would normally be considered dangerous goods (such as flammable liquids and aerosols), are accepted in limited quantities under the provisions of the regulations when carried by the passenger.

1.) Dry ice (not exceeding 2 kg per passenger) can be carried as carry-on baggage only.  
2.) Alcoholic Beverages: 5 liters  
3.) Dangerous Articles in Baggage: For safety reasons, dangerous articles, such as as those listed below, must not be carried in the passenger's baggage.  
4.) Compressed gases: deeply refrigerated, flammable, non-flammable, and poisonous, such as butane oxygen, liquid nitrogen, Aqualung cylinders, and compressed gas cylinders  
5.) Corrosives such as acids, alkalis, mercury, and wet cell batteries and apparatus containing mercury  
6.) Explosives, ammunition, fireworks, and flares  
7.) Flammable liquids and solids (lighter refills, lighter fuel, matches, paints, thinner)  
8.) Radioactive material  
9.) Briefcases with installed alarm devices  
10.) Oxidizing materials (bleaching powder and peroxides)  
11.) Poisons and infectious substances such as insecticides, weed-killers, and live virus materials  
12.) Oxygen cylinders for medical purposes, small carbon dioxide cylinders  
13.)  Other dangerous articles, such as magnetised materials, offensive or irritating.