Restrictions On Hand Luggage
Although it may surprise you, there are some products that although seem harmless, can be dangerous even if they are inside the luggage.
We all know the restrictions regarding liquids, but there are items that we may not know.
Products that you should not carry in your luggage.
In a flight, variations in temperature and pressure or even the airplane’s own movement can cause fluid breakage or reaction of some items. That’s why you should not carry the following products inside the luggage.
- Several lighters.
- Medications in bottles greater than 100 ml.
- Sports equipment, such as a badminton racket, martial arts equipment, fishing rods, …
- Explosives of any kind (detonators, fuzes, grenades, mines, rockets or pyrotechnic products).
- Propane or butane gas (small gas cylinders are included for camping)
- Flammable liquids (gasoline, glue, glues, paints …)
- Flammable solids (flares, pyrotechnic articles, matches, magnesium)
- Engine parts that contain fuel.
- Radioactive material (article for medical or commercial use)
- Toxic or infectious substances.
- Corrosive products (mercury, car battery, …)
- Oxidizing products (bleach, ammonia, …)
- The person in charge of security may refuse to transport the luggage in the warehouse provided it contains any of the prohibited items.