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Passengers are not allowed to carry the following items in their hand baggage for passengers’ safety and security reasons. To minimize inconvenience, you are advised to check in or put these items in your checked baggage instead:
a) Knives (including hunting knives, swords, and pocket knives)/li>
b) Scissors and any other sharp/bladed objects (e.g. ice-pick, nail clippers) considered illegal by local law
c) Weapons such as whips, nan-chakus, baton, or stun gun
d) Toys guns/gun shaped items or look-alikes, hand-cuffs
e) Sporting equipment such as baseball/cricket bats, golf clubs, hockey sticks, billiard cues
f) Devices with spill able batteries
g) Aerosols (hair sprays, perfumes, medicines containing alcohol) not exceeding 0.5KG/L per article and 2.0KG/L in total weight
h) Baby strollers
i) Spare Lithium Batteries (not more than 2 pieces allowed if the watt-hour rating exceeding 100Wh but not exceeding 160Wh/ Lithium content exceeding 2g but not exceeding 8g)
j) Power banks (only 2 pieces allowed as long as watt-hour rating is not exceeding 160Wh)
k) Any other items which are deemed security hazards by local law
l) Any other items that resemble or have similar functions to the above items
Note: Please note that these items will be retrieved at the boarding gate by the local authorities and depending on local rules and regulations, the items may not be returned to you
|Examples of Lithium Batteries|
|Small Lithium Batteries and Cells include mobile phone|
batteries, watch batteries, power banks, MP3 player batteries
and most original laptop batteries. The maximum rating for
these batteries is 100 watt -hours (Wh
|Medium Lithium batteries and cells include larger batteries|
and cells – examples include some extended life batteries for
laptop computers, and batteries used by audiovisual professionals.
A “medium” battery provides between 100 and 160 watt -hours of power.
|Power Bank: only 2 pieces of power banks, not exceeding 160 W H,|
are permitted in carry-on baggage. If it exceeds 160 W H it shall
be transported as cargo on cargo aircraft only.
|Lithium Battery powered vehicles/motorized vehicles (which are not mobility aids)|
and commonly referred as air-wheel, solo- wheel, electric skateboards,hover-board,
mini- Segway, balance wheels are prohibited both as carry-on or checked-in baggage
whether with or without lithium battery.
|Large lithium batteries and cells are primarily those used in industry.|
A large rechargeable battery provides over 160 watt -hours of power.
Large batteries may be found in some electric and hybrid vehicles,
as well as mobility devices and scooters.
|Wh rating or Lithium metal content||Configuration||Carry-on baggage||Checked baggage||Operator Approval|
|≤100Wh(2g)||In Equipment (PED or PMED)||Yes (max 15 PED/PMED)||Yes||No|
|Spare battery (ies)||Yes (max 20 spare batteries)||No||No|
|>100 to ≤160Wh||In Equipment (PED or PMED)||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Spare battery (ies)||Yes (max 2 Spare batteries)||No||Yes|
|>160Wh||Must be presented and carried as Cargo in accordance with the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations|
|>2g ≤ 8g||In Equipment (PMED only)||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Spare batteries for PMED||Yes (max 2 Spare batteries||No||Yes|