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May 27, 2013

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PASSENGER GUIDE

PASSENGER GUIDE

Luggage service

Baggage

Baggage Regulations

Introduction
  • 01

    Provisions for items prohibited in both carry-on and checked baggage include: 1) Firearms, mechanical appliances for military or police use
    2) Explosive materials
    3) Controlled knives
    4) Flammable and explosive items
    5) Corrosive substances
    6) Toxic or harmful products
    7) Radioactive substances
    8) Other objects harmful to aviation safety
    9) Items prohibited by national laws and other regulations
    10) Live animals. This excludes small animals, guide dogs and hearing dogs that meet regulation requirements.
    11) Items with strong odors or that may damage aircraft.
    12) Other property or packaging in shapes, weight or volume specified by the carrier as prohibited (including lighters, outer packaging materials with more than 100 ml/100 g of liquid, etc.)

  • 02

    Items prohibited in checked baggage: 1) Objects such as precision instruments, electrical equipment, etc., should be transported via cargo. If items are allowed in checked baggage, they must be well packed and the weight must be within the free baggage allowance;
    2) Sporting equipment including sport firearms and ammunition;
    3) Dry ice, alcoholic beverages, medications or cosmetics which passengers need during the flight;
    4) Diplomatic papers, important documents;
    5) Sharp objects and blunt objects, except for controlled tools;
    6) Per relevant regulations small animals, guide dogs and hearing-assistance dogs;
    7) Folding wheelchair or electric wheelchair required by passenger during the flight.

  • 03

    Items limited to transport: 1) Objects such as precision instruments, electrical equipment, etc., should be transported via cargo. If items are allowed in checked baggage, they must be well packed and the weight must be within the free baggage allowance;
    2) Sporting equipment including sport firearms and ammunition;
    3) Dry ice, alcoholic beverages, medications or cosmetics which passengers need during the flight;
    4) Diplomatic papers, important documents;
    5) Sharp objects and blunt objects, except for controlled tools;
    6) Per relevant regulations small animals, guide dogs and hearing-assistance dogs;
    7) Folding wheelchair or electric wheelchair required by passenger during the flight.

  • 04

    Items prohibited in carry-on baggage: In addition to the ban on passengers carrying or checked the goods specified, can be used to harm other aviation safety of kitchen knife, scissors, big fruit knife, razor life with a knife, knife, slaughter knives, carving knife and other professional tools, units of literature and art performance with a knife, spear, sword and so on, as well as the axe, chisel, hammer, cone, increase cane or have sharp nails, alpenstock and other available to endanger aviation safety sharps, blunt.

  • 05

    Electric wheelchair, mobile phone batteries, laptop and other products filled with lithium battery must be taken apart to process baggage check-in. It is prohibited to take lithium batteries in checked baggage: Notices of passengers taking lithium batteries on flights:Each passenger is allowed to take two lithium batteries, which should be taped over exposed terminals or placed each battery into an individual plastic bag, in carry-on baggage.


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