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Know your carry on allowances and remember the facts with this quick-reference chart. 3-1-1 for carry-on.

Please be aware that both your checked baggage and carry-on baggage may be subjected to security screening. There are some items which are prohibited in carry-on baggage and some items which are prohibited in checked baggage. Generally you are prohibited from carrying:

  • Dangerous goods
  • Restricted items such as flammable liquids
  • Compressed gases
  • Corrosive, magnetised or radioactive materials
  • Toxic and infectious substances
  • Sharp or other dangerous objects which could be used as weapons aboard the aircraft
  • To avoid delays during the passenger screening process, we recommend that you place items such as jewellery, keys, cell phones etc. in your carry on baggage and not on your person.
  • Pack appropriately to avoid inconvenience and delays at security check points.



            Restricted Items

The following items shall NOT be carried: 
  • compressed gases (flammable, non-flammable and poisonous); 
  • corrosives (such as acids, wet batteries, mercury and alkalis); 
  • explosives, munitions, fireworks and flares; 
  • flammable liquids and solids (such as flammable aerosols, lighter or heating fuels, matches, ether, articles which are easily ignited and substances which on contact with water emit flammable gases; 
  • oxidising substances such as bleaching powder and peroxides; 
  • poisonous toxic and infectious substances; 
  • radioactive materials;
  • magnetised materials and miscellaneous dangerous goods as listed on the IATA website


The following items MAY be carried in Carry-on luggage but NOT in Checked  Baggage:  
  • Lithium ion batteries
  • Mercury barometers
  • Fuel cell systems
  • E-cigarettes  

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