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To ensure your safety, and to be in compliance with international regulations, please note that there are restrictions placed on dangerous goods and other security restricted articles allowed in passenger baggage. Dangerous goods are items that pose a hazard to health, safety, property or the environment. 

Take a look at the information below to find out which dangerous goods are allowed and which are not allowed, and whether you may carry the allowed goods on your person, in your hand baggage or in your checked baggage. If you require the prior permission of Qatar Airways to carry any dangerous goods, please contact us

Dangerous goods that do not appear below are prohibited to be carried in checked or carry-on baggage, or on one’s person. 

Restricted items and dangerous goods

Ammunition and firearms

Ammunition and firearms

Ammunition

Checked baggage
Need approval

You may carry ammunition securely packaged, in Division 1.4S, UN 0012 or UN 0014 only, in quantities not exceeding a gross weight of 5kg. This excludes ammunition with explosive or incendiary projectiles.

You may only carry ammunition for your individual use. Ammunition for use by more than one passenger may not be combined into one or more packages. 

Contact us for more information.

Firearms

Checked baggage
Need approval

The carriage of firearms and ammunition is not allowed in the passenger cabin. The carriage of firearms and ammunition in passenger hold baggage is highly regulated. Any passenger wishing to carry a firearm and/or ammunition in their hold baggage on a Qatar Airways flight may do so provided they present a licence for the firearm from the State that permits them to have the firearm in their possession, an export licence for the firearm from the State of departure, a transfer licence and an import licence for the firearm to the State of destination.

Contact us for more information.

Batteries and battery-powered devices

Batteries and battery-powered devices

Please switch off all battery-powered devices, if they are carried in your checked baggage. Do not place them in sleep or hibernation mode, and ensure that you take measures to prevent unintentional activation and damage to your device(s). 

Also, please individually protect the terminals of each spare battery to prevent short circuits, through placing the batteries in their original retail packaging or insulating terminals. You may insulate terminals by positioning an adhesive tape over exposed terminals, or packing each battery into a separate plastic bag or protective pouch. Spare batteries are allowed in hand baggage only. If the primary purpose of any equipment is to power another equipment, then they are considered as batteries and appropriate restrictions for standalone batteries will apply. Examples for such equipment – Power banks (even when they are comprising with other small features, such as flash-light) / Jump-Starters (even when they are with in-built air-pumps and or containing flash- lights, etc.)

According to international regulations governing the air transportation, all types of lithium batteries (spare, in equipment, packed with equipment) must be of a type that meets the requirements of the UN Manual of Test and Criteria, Part III, subsection 38.3. 

Click here for more information on lithium batteries.

Drones (Remotely-piloted aircraft system – RPAS)

Hand baggage

You may carry drones with or without batteries in your hand baggage.

Batteries in drones and/or spare batteries, with a watt-hour (Wh) rating exceeding 100 Wh up to 160 Wh, must be approved by Qatar Airways before you may carry them in your hand baggage. You may not carry batteries in drones and/or spare batteries, with a watt-hour rating exceeding 160 Wh, in your hand or checked baggage.

You may carry drones without batteries in your checked baggage. The removed battery/batteries may be carried in your hand baggage, if they adhere to the regulations regarding spare batteries. Drone battery must not be charged during your flight.

e-Cigarettes

Hand baggage

You may carry e-Cigarettes including e-cigars, e-pipes and other personal vaporizers containing batteries, in your hand baggage. Recharging of the equipment or the battery on board the aircraft is not permitted.

e-Cigarette lighters

*This item is only allowed when carried on the person

You may carry one e-Cigarette lighter such as a laser plasma lighter, tesla coil lighter, flux lighter, arc lighter or double arc lighter, powered by lithium batteries, with you. Please ensure that your lighter is protected by a safety cap. It must not be placed in hand or checked baggage. Recharging of the equipment or the battery on board the aircraft is not permitted.

Portable electronic devices (PED)

Checked baggage
Hand baggage

You may carry portable electronic devices (PED), including portable medical electronic devices (PMED), in your hand and checked baggage. PED include cameras, mobile phones, laptops, tablets or any equipment containing batteries that provide electrical power for operation.*

Your device(s) may contain the following types of batteries: Typical AA, AAA, C, D, 9-volt, button-sized cells, rechargeable & non-rechargeable lithium batteries Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH), Nickel Cadmium (NiCad), etc.

If you carry PED in your checked baggage, please switch them all off. Do not place them in sleep or hibernation mode, and ensure that you take measures to prevent unintentional activation and damage to your device(s).

* You may carry a maximum of 15 PEDs.  

When they are powered by lithium batteries, the watt-hour rating must not exceed 100 for lithium ion batteries and the lithium content must not exceed 2g for lithium metal batteries.   

Portable electronic devices (PED) containing lithium batteries

Checked baggage
Hand baggage
Need approval

You may carry portable electronic devices (PED) containing lithium ion batteries, including portable medical electronic devices (PMED) containing lithium metal or lithium ion batteries, in your hand and checked baggage.

PEDs & PMEDs containing lithium batteries include consumer electronics, video cameras, power tools, portable oxygen concentrators (POC), automated external defibrillators (AED), continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) and any equipment containing lithium cells or batteries, which provide electrical power for operation.

Only PMED may contain lithium metal batteries with lithium content exceeding 2g up to 8g. 

PED & PMED may contain lithium ion batteries with a watt-hour (Wh) rating exceeding 100 Wh up to 160 Wh.

If you carry PED in your checked baggage, please switch them all off. Do not place them in sleep or hibernation mode, and ensure that you take measures to prevent unintentional activation and damage to your device(s).

Spare batteries for such devices:

PEDs/PMEDs – Only a total of 02 spare lithium-ion batteries are allowed.

PMEDs – Only a total of 02 spare lithium metal batteries are allowed.

Contact us for more information.

Smart baggage

Qatar Airways has specific restrictions in regards to the transportation of ‘smart baggage.’

Smart baggage devices often have:

- A lithium ion battery power bank that charges electronic devices such as mobile phones and laptops

- A lithium ion battery that is used for a stand up scooter or sit on vehicle

- Bluetooth, radio frequency identification and Wi-Fi capability

- GPS tracking with or without GSM capability

- Electronic baggage tags

- Electronic locks

- Self-propelled baggage

Smart baggage equipped with a permanently fixed (non-removable) lithium battery is not allowed as ‘carry-on’ or as ‘checked baggage.’

Smart baggage equipped with a removable lithium battery can only be accepted as checked baggage if the battery is removed. The removed lithium battery must then be carried on board by the passenger and must remain in their hand baggage. 

If your smart baggage is brought on board as a carry-on, the lithium battery must remain in the baggage. When transporting, measures must be taken to prevent unintentional activation and to protect the device from damage. The device must be completely switched off (not in sleep or hibernation mode).

The rules above do not apply to smart baggage equipped only with lithium button cells.

Spare or loose batteries - All types, including small lithium batteries

Hand baggage

You may carry spare or loose batteries for portable electronic devices (PED), and portable medical electronic devices (PMED).*

Each lithium metal battery may have lithium content not exceeding 2g. In addition, each lithium ion battery may have a watt-hour (Wh) rating not exceeding 100 Wh.

Other types includes –Dry batteries, Nickel Cadmium batteries, Alkaline batteries, etc.  

*You may carry a maximum of 20 spare batteries.

 

 

 

Vehicles powered by lithium batteries

Not allowed

You may not carry small vehicles powered by lithium batteries in your hand or checked baggage, even if the batteries are removed. This is applicable regardless of the watt-hour rating of the batteries. In addition, you may not carry smart vechiles.

Examples – Airwheels, Solowheels, Hover-boards, Mini-Segways, E-scooters, and Balance-wheels. 

Compressed gas cartridges

Compressed gas cartridges

Avalanche rescue backpack

Checked baggage
Hand baggage
Need approval

You may carry one avalanche rescue backpack, containing cartridges of compressed gas in Division 2.2, without a subsidiary hazard. Your backpack may also be equipped with a pyrotechnic trigger mechanism containing no more than 200mg net of Division 1.4S explosives.

Please pack your backpack in such a manner that it cannot be accidentally activated. The airbags within your backpack must be fitted with pressure relief valves.

Contact us for more information.

Non-flammable and non-toxic gas cylinders for mechanical limbs

Checked baggage
Hand baggage

You may carry small cylinders of a non-flammable and non-toxic gas, of Division 2.2, worn for the operation of mechanical limbs, in your hand and checked baggage. You may also carry spare cylinders of a similar size if required, to ensure that you have an adequate supply of gas for the duration of your journey. 

Small non-flammable gas cartridges

Checked baggage
Hand baggage
Need approval

You may carry small non-flammable gas cartridges, containing carbon dioxide or another suitable gas in Division 2.2, without a subsidiary hazard, fitted into a self-inflating personal safety device (such as Life-vest). 

Please ensure that:

- Only up to two small cartridges are fitted into a self-inflating safety device such as a life jacket or vest

- You carry a maximum of two safety devices per person

- Only a maximum of two small spare cartridges are packed for each lifesaving device

- Each of your devices is packed in such a manner that it cannot be accidentally activated

If you are planning to carry small non-flammable, non-toxic gas cartridges for other devices, such as CO2 bicycle tyre inflators,  the allowance is – 04 cartridges per person and the maximum capacity of each cartridge must not exceed 28g (50mL water capacity).   

Contact us for more information.

Hair curlers containing hydrocarbon gas

Checked baggage
Hand baggage

You may carry one hair curler containing hydrocarbon gas in your hand or checked baggage. Please ensure that a safety cover is securely fitted over the heating element. 

Your hair curler may not be used on board the aircraft at any time. In addition, you may not carry gas refills for your hair curler in your hand or checked baggage.

Fuel

Fuel

Camping stoves

Checked baggage
Need approval

You may carry a camping stove with an empty fuel tank, which has previously held a flammable liquid fuel. You may also carry an empty fuel container which has previously held a flammable liquid fuel. 

Please ensure that:

- Fuel tanks of camping stoves and fuel containers are fully drained of all liquid fuel. To nullify danger, drain the fuel tank or container for at least one hour, then leave it uncapped for a minimum of six hours to allow any residual fuel to evaporate. Alternative methods, such as adding cooking oil to the fuel tank or container to elevate the flash point of any residual liquid, above the flash point of flammable liquid, and then emptying the fuel tank and/or container, are equally acceptable. 

- Fuel tanks of camping stoves and fuel containers have a cap securely fastened.

- Camping stoves with an empty fuel tank and fuel containers, are wrapped in absorbent material such as paper towel, and placed in a polyethylene or equivalent bag. The top of the bag must then be sealed, or gathered and closed with an elastic band or twine.

Brand-new camping stoves or brand-new fuel containers for such camping stoves, which has never contained any flammable liquid fuel, are not considered as dangerous goods and can be carried without restrictions. However, it is advisable that you get in touch with Qatar Airways in advance, in order to get a confirmation.

Contact us for more information.

Fuel cells

Hand baggage

You may carry fuel cells containing fuel-powering portable electronic devices (PED) such as cameras, mobile phones, laptops and camcorders, in your hand baggage. 

In addition, you may carry a maximum of two spare fuel cell cartridges in your hand baggage. 

Additional restrictions to fuel cells apply. Contact us for more information.

Liquids

Liquids

Alcoholic Beverages

Checked baggage
Hand baggage

You may carry alcoholic beverages in your hand and checked baggage. When in retail packaging, the beverages may contain more than 24% but not more than 70% alcohol by volume, in receptacles not exceeding 5l. The maximum total net quantity, of alcoholic beverages per passenger, is 5l. Alcoholic beverages with not more than 24% alcohol by volume, are not considered as dangerous goods by the applicable regulations. 

When carried in hand baggage, the quantities may be restricted further, due to other regulations, such as LAGs. Please check the country/customs regulations also.

Liquids and gels

Hand baggage

You may carry liquids, gels, pastes and aerosols in containers up to 100ml (3.4oz) in your hand baggage. Containers larger than 100ml cannot be accepted, even if only partly filled.

Your containers should be carried in a transparent, resealable, quart- or litre-sized bag no larger than 20x20cm (8x8in). Please ensure all items fit comfortably in the plastic bag.

Airport security will ask you to produce your transparent bag of liquids separately for screening.

There are no restrictions on baby foods and medication. However, you may be required to present a prescription for medication you want to take onboard.

Medical items

Medical items

Liquid nitrogen contained in insulated packaging (Dry Shipper)

Checked baggage
Hand baggage

You may carry insulated packaging containing refrigerated liquid nitrogen (dry shipper), fully absorbed in a porous material, at a low temperature, in your hand and checked baggage. The packaging can contain non-dangerous items only.

Oxygen or Air cylinders for medical use

Checked baggage
Hand baggage
Need approval

You may carry oxygen or air cylinders required for medical use. Each cylinder must not exceed a gross weight of 5kg.  

You may not carry personal medical oxygen devices that utilize liquid oxygen on your person, in your hand baggage or in your checked baggage.

Contact us for more information.

Radio-isotopic cardiac pacemakers

You are allowed to travel with radio-isotopic cardiac pacemakers or other devices, including those powered by lithium batteries, implanted into the body or fitted externally

Non-infectious Specimens with flammable liquids

Checked baggage
Hand baggage

You may carry non-infectious specimens packed with small quantities of flammable liquid, in your hand and checked baggage. Non-infectious specimens include specimens of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, fish, insects and other invertebrates, and flammable liquids categorised under UN 1170, UN 1198, UN 1987, and UN 1219.

Please ensure that:

(a) Specimens are: 

- Wrapped in paper towel and/or cheesecloth moistened with alcohol or an alcohol solution, before being placed in a plastic bag that is heat-sealed and contains free liquid not exceeding 30ml, or:

- Placed in vials or other rigid containers with a maximum of 30ml of alcohol or an alcohol solution;

(b) The prepared specimens are then placed in a plastic bag that is then heat–sealed;

(c) The bagged specimens are then placed inside another plastic bag made of an absorbent material and heat-sealed; 

(d) The finished bag is then placed in strong outer packaging with suitable cushioning material;

(e) The total quantity of flammable liquid per outer packaging does not exceed 1l; and 

(f) The completed package is marked, "Scientific research specimens, not restricted as per special provision A180 applies."

Thermometer (medical or clinical)

Checked baggage

You may carry one thermometer containing mercury, for your personal use, in your checked baggage. Please ensure that your thermometer is packed in a protective case.

You may not carry thermometers containing mercury in your hand baggage. 

Thermometer or barometer

Hand baggage
Need approval

If you are a representative of a government weather bureau or similar official agency, and you receive approval, you may carry a thermometer or barometer containing mercury, in your hand baggage.

The barometer or thermometer must be packed in strong outer packaging with a sealed inner liner, or a bag made of strong leak-proof and puncture-resistant material impervious to mercury, which will prevent the escape of mercury from the package, irrespective of its position.

Contact us for more information.

Mobility aids

Mobility aids

Mobility aids are acceptable when the mobility of the passenger is restricted by either a disability, their health or age, or a temporary mobility problem (example – broken leg).

Battery-powered mobility aids with non-spillable batteries

Checked baggage
Need approval

You may carry battery-powered wheelchairs or other similar mobility devices, with wet, non-spillable, nickel metal hydride or dry batteries. Please ensure that you take measures to prevent the unintentional activation of your mobility aid(s).

Non-spillable batteries may not contain any free or unabsorbed liquid. In addition, if you remove the batteries from your mobility aid(s), the removed batteries, along with any spare batteries, must be carried in strong, rigid packaging to be stored in the cargo compartment.

You may carry a maximum of one spare wet, non-spillable battery, or two spare nickel metal hydride or dry batteries. 

Contact us for more information.

Battery-powered mobility aids with lithium batteries

Checked baggage
Need approval

You may carry battery-powered wheelchairs or other similar mobility devices, with lithium ion batteries.

If the battery is attached to your mobility aid, there is no limit on its watt-hour (Wh) rating. If you however remove the battery from your mobility aid, the battery must not exceed the watt hour rating of 300Wh. If your mobility aid is fitted with two batteries that you remove, each battery must not exceed the watt hour rating of 160Wh.

The removed batteries, along with any spare batteries, must be placed in a protective pouch, and be carried in the passenger cabin. About spare batteries - you may carry a maximum of one spare lithium ion battery with a Wh rating not exceeding 300 Wh, or a maximum of two spare lithium ion batteries, each with Wh rating not exceeding 160 Wh. Please make sure that the removed batteries are properly packed in order to prevent short-circuiting or damage.  

Contact us for more information.

Battery-powered mobility aids with spillable batteries

Checked baggage
Need approval

You may carry battery-powered wheelchairs or other similar mobility devices with spillable batteries.

Please ensure that the battery of your mobility aid(s) is fitted, where feasible, with spill-resistant vent caps. If your mobility aid cannot always be loaded, stowed, secured and unloaded in an upright position, or if your mobility aid does not adequately protect its battery, the battery must be removed.

The removed battery must be carried in strong, rigid packaging, which is leak-tight and impervious to battery fluid. The removed battery must also be protected from short circuits, be secured upright in its packaging, and be surrounded by compatible absorbent material that can sufficiently absorb its total liquid contents.

The packaging must be marked “BATTERY, WET, WITH WHEELCHAIR” or “BATTERY, WET, WITH MOBILITY AID”, and the “Corrosive” and “Package Orientation” labels must be attached. This completed package will be loaded in the cargo compartment. You will receive more information when you reach out to us to obtain the airline approval.

Contact us for more information.

Personal and scientific

Personal and scientific

Chemical agent monitoring equipment

Checked baggage
Hand baggage
Need approval

If you are a staff member of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, on official travel, and you receive approval, you may carry chemical agent monitoring equipment. This includes a chemical agent monitor (CAM) and/or rapid alarm and identification device monitor (RAID-M), which does not have lithium batteries.

Please ensure that chemical agent monitoring equipment is securely packed. Instruments containing radioactive material must not exceed activity limits specified in Table 10.3.C of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations.

Contact us for more information.

Using dry ice (Solid Carbon Dioxide) with perishable goods

Checked baggage
Hand baggage
Need approval

You may carry a maximum of 2.5kg of dry ice with perishable goods that are not classified as dangerous goods, in packages that allow for the release of carbon dioxide gas, in your hand and checked baggage. 

Packages containing dry ice, in checked baggage, must be marked with the net weight of dry ice and be labelled “DRY ICE”.

Contact us for more information.

Heat-producing items

Checked baggage
Hand baggage
Need approval

You may carry heat-producing items such as underwater torches (diving lamps) and soldering irons.

If you carry battery-powered equipment capable of generating extreme heat, which would cause a fire if activated, such as underwater high-intensity lamps, the heat-producing component and the battery must be separated from each other.

This can be done through the removal of the heat-producing component, the battery or another component, such as the fuse. Any battery that has been removed must be protected against short circuits. The removed batteries must be taken in hand baggage.

Contact us for more information.

Internal combustion or fuel cell engines

Checked baggage

Engines and equipment containing internal combustion or fuel cell engines, are acceptable only when they are in compliance with below mentioned requirements.

The engine or the equipment must not contain any other dangerous goods and batteries.  

The engine is powered by a fuel that does not meet the classification criteria of any class or division of the dangerous goods regulations ,or

The fuel tank of the vehicle, machine or other apparatus has never contained any fuel, or the fuel tank has been flushed and purged of vapours and adequate measures taken to nullify the hazard.

The passenger has to provide a written or electronic documentation stating that the flushing & purging procedures have been followed.

The entire fuel system of the engine has no free liquid and all fuel lines are sealed or capped or securely connected to the machinery or the apparatus.      

Matches and cigarette lighters

This item is only allowed when carried on the person

You may carry a box of matches or a small cigarette lighter that does not contain unabsorbed liquid fuel, other than liquefied gas, on your person for your individual use. Your cigarette lighter should require you to perform two independent actions to activate ignition. You also may not carry matches or cigarette lighters in your checked or hand baggage. 

In addition, you may not carry lighter fuel and lighter refills on your person, in your checked baggage or in your hand baggage. Moreover, you may not carry “strike anywhere” matches, “blue flame” or “cigar” lighters.

Lighters powered by a lithium battery, such as “laser plasma lighters”, “tesla coil lighters”, “flux lighters”, “arc lighters” and “double arc lighters”, without a safety cap or other means of protection against unintentional activation are also prohibited.

Non-radioactive medicinal and toiletry items

Checked baggage
Hand baggage

You may carry non-radioactive medicinal and toiletry items, in your checked and hand baggage. These items include aerosols such as hairsprays, perfumes and colognes, and medicines containing alcohol. You may also carry non-flammable, non-toxic aerosols of Division 2.2, with no subsidiary hazard, for sporting or home use.

The total net quantity of non-radioactive medicinal and toiletry items, and non-flammable, non-toxic aerosols of Division 2.2, must not exceed 2kg or 2l. In addition, the net quantity of each item must not exceed 0.5kg or 0.5l.

Release valves on aerosols must be protected by a cap or other suitable means to prevent inadvertent release of the contents. Please note that additional restrictions may apply.

When carried in hand baggage, the quantities may be restricted further, due to other regulations, such as LAGs.

Permeation devices

Checked baggage

You may carry permeation devices, for calibrating air quality monitoring equipment in your checked baggage. Please ensure that your devices comply with the requirement of IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Special Provision A41.

Additional restrictions apply. Contact us for more information.

Security-type equipment

Checked baggage
Hand baggage
Need approval

You may not carry security-type equipment such as attaché cases, cash boxes, cash bags, etc, which incorporate dangerous goods such as pyrotechnic material and lithium batteries.

However, you may carry certain security-type equipment in your checked baggage, if the equipment complies with specific requirements.

Additional restrictions apply. Contact us for more information.

Powder

Powder

Powder-like substances

Checked baggage
Hand baggage

You may not carry powder-like substances in containers exceeding 350ml in your hand baggage, and any such substances will be subject to further screening. You may however, carry powder-like substance(s) in containers exceeding 350ml in your checked baggage.

The above restrictions do not apply to medically prescribed powder-like substances, baby formulas and human remains. 

Duty-free purchases of powder-like substances must be placed in tightly sealed security tamper evident bags (STEB).

Restrictions on powder-like substances apply to passengers travelling to/from the below-mentioned countries:  

Australia

Passengers departing from an international airport in Australia. Customers travelling to Canberra via Sydney, when flying with Qatar Airways, will need to clear international transit security screening at Sydney.

New Zealand

Passengers departing from an international airport in New Zealand, including transfer passengers who pass through international screening points, in New Zealand.

Qatar

Passengers travelling on direct flights from Qatar to the United States of America.

Security-restricted items

Security-restricted items

Blunt instruments

Checked baggage
Hand baggage

You may not carry blunt instruments that could cause serious injury when used to hit on board the aircraft, however they can be placed in your checked baggage. Examples of these instruments include:

- Baseball and softball bats

- Martial arts equipment

- Clubs and batons such as billy clubs, blackjacks and night sticks.

Explosives and incendiary substances devices

Not allowed

You may not carry the following explosives and incendiary substances devices, including replicas, that could cause serious injury or threaten the safety of the aircraft, such as:

- Ammunition

- Blasting caps

- Detonators and fuses

- Mines, grenades and other explosive military stores

- Pyrotechnics, including fireworks

- Smoke-generating canisters or cartridges containing dynamite, gunpowder and plastic explosives

Guns and firearms

Checked baggage
Hand baggage

You may not carry guns, firearms and other devices that discharge projectiles to cause serious injury, or items that could be mistaken for such devices, including toys, antiques and replicas on board the aircraft. The following items, however, can be placed in your checked baggage:

- Firearms of all types, including pistols, revolvers, rifles and shotguns

- Toy guns, replicas and imitations of firearms, which could be mistaken for real weapons

- Components of firearms excluding telescopic sights

- Compressed air and carbon dioxide guns, including pistols, pellet guns, rifles and ball-bearing guns

- Signal flare pistols and starter pistols

- Bows, cross bows and arrows

- Harpoon guns and spear guns

- Slingshots and catapults

Electro shock weapons and disabling devices

Not allowed

You may not carry stunning items including:

- Devices for shocking, such as stun guns like teasers, and stun batons

- Animal stunners and animal killers

- Disabling and incapacitating chemicals, gases and sprays, such as mace, pepper or capsicum spray, tear gas, acid sprays and animal repellent sprays

Sharp objects

Checked baggage
Hand baggage

You may not carry objects with sharp points or edges on board the aircraft, including:

- Items designed for chopping, such as axes, hatchets and cleavers

- Ice axes and ice picks

- Razor blades and box cutters

- Knives with blades longer than 6cm

- Scissors with blades longer than 6cm when measured from the fulcrum

- Martial arts equipment with sharp points or edges, such as swords and sabres

These items may be placed in your checked baggage. 

Workers tools

Checked baggage
Hand baggage

You may not carry workers tools that could cause serious injury on board the aircraft, including:

- Crowbars

- Drills and drill bits, including cordless portable power drills

- Tools with blades or shafts longer than 6cm, which could be used as weapons, such as screwdrivers and chisels

- Saws, including cordless portable power saws

- Blowtorches

- Bolt guns and nail guns

These items may be placed in your checked baggage.

The amounts shown above may be subject to further restrictions and/or regulations, depending on the product or physical state of the substance, such as Liquids, Aerosols and Gels (LAGs) regulations, and local regulations. 

When packing dangerous goods, please adhere to the regulations of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and relevant local authorities.

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