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                        Dangerous Goods

                        What are Dangerous Goods?

                        Dangerous Goods Regulations define items that may endanger the safety of passengers or an aircraft as 'dangerous goods'. These include obvious things such as petrol, butane gas, mace etc.

                        There are however a number of common items that are considered dangerous goods e.g. aerosols, cigarette lighters, portable battery powered devices, portable medical oxygen etc. These can be carried provided certain requirements have been complied with.

                        Any items carried are for personal use only. Commercial quantities are not permitted as passenger baggage and must be sent as freight.

                        Forbidden Dangerous Goods

                        The information shown below summarises items that are forbidden.

                        Note: this list is not exhaustive and other items not shown may be forbidden.

                        Forbidden as passenger baggage:

                        • Bleaching agents e.g. laundry bleach
                        • Car batteries
                        • Cook top lighters
                        • Disabling devices (e.g. mace, pepper spray, etc) containing an irritant or incapacitating substance
                        • Electro shock weapons (e.g. Tasers)
                        • Fertilisers
                        • Fire extinguishers
                        • Fireworks
                        • Flammable aerosol cans e.g. spray paint
                        • Flammable gas cylinders/cartridges e.g. butane canisters, BBQ gas bottles
                        • Flammable liquids e.g. methylated spirits, isopropanol
                        • Flares
                        • Hydrogen peroxide
                        • Industrial cleaning products
                        • Insecticides and weed killers
                        • Lithium ion batteries exceeding 160Wh (not including mobility aid batteries)
                        • Non-flammable gas cartridges over 28g e.g. soda stream canisters
                        • Oil based paint
                        • Party poppers (unassembled "make your own" party poppers/christmas cracker kits)
                        • Petrol
                        • Pool cleaning products e.g. chlorine
                        • Security-type attache cases (e.g. cash boxes, cash bags, etc) incorporating dangerous goods, such as lithium batteries and/or pyrotechnic material
                        • Self-balancing boards e.g. hoverboard
                        • Self-inflating life rafts
                        • Sparklers

                        What you can carry and where

                        Important: The carriage of lithium battery powered portable electronic devices is limited to 15 devices per passenger, including medical devices, portable tools etc.

                        Aerosols – non-flammable gas

                        Airline Approval Required - No Carry-on Baggage - No Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        • for sporting or home use
                        Alcoholic beverages

                        Airline Approval Required - No Checked Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        • Alcohol over 70%: not permitted
                        • Alcohol between 24%-70%: maximum 5L per passenger*
                        • Alcohol under 24%: no quantity limit applies to checked baggage*
                        • Alcohol must be securely sealed in retail packaging
                        * Security requirements limit all liquids in carry-on baggage on international flights to 100ml per item
                        Ammunition (cartridges for weapons)

                        Ammunition must be carried in accordance with the regulatory requirements of the country you are travelling to, from or through. It is the sole responsibility of the passenger to ensure all relevant import/export permits, licence and documentation (including Australian requirements) are obtained prior to travel.

                        Further restrictions also apply to the following:

                        • Singapore
                        • South Africa

                        If you are carrying firearms, please refer to the Firearms section for further information.

                        Important

                        Ammunition must be declared during check-in.

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes Carry-on Baggage - No Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        • Holder of a valid firearms licence, permit or enforcement agency identification. You will be asked to present it at check-in.
                        • Allowed up to 5kg gross per person. Allowances cannot be combined in the one suitcase.
                        • Securely packaged, individually separated within the container.
                        • If ammunition is packed within a locked firearms case, the ammunition must be in a separate locked container.

                        Singapore - Carriage of Firearms and/or Ammunition

                        Singapore authorities require passengers carrying firearms and/or ammunition travelling to, from or through Singapore to obtain an approval.

                        For more information and the application form, refer to Singapore - Carrying Ammunition and/or Firearms.

                        Important

                        Requests must be received no later than 7 working days prior to the date of travel.

                        South Africa - Carriage of Ammunition

                        In accordance with the Firearms Control Act (Act 60 of 2000), when travelling to, from or through South Africa, a 200 round restriction is applicable.

                        For more information refer to 'Carrying Ammunition and/or Firearms on the Qantas Group Network'.

                        E-mail [email protected] to request an Airline Approval.

                        Avalanche rescue backpacks

                        Important

                        Avalanche rescue backpacks must be declared during check-in.

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - No Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        • Only one per passenger is permitted;
                        • only fitted with one cylinder of division 2.2, non-flammable, non-toxic gas; and
                        • fitted with pressure relief valves on the airbags.

                        If a pyrotechnic trigger is fitted:

                        • no more than 200mg of division 1.4S explosive is permitted; and
                        • the backpack must be packed so that it cannot be accidentally activated.

                        E-mail [email protected] to request an Airline Approval.

                        Baggage tracking devices

                        Baggage tracking devices are battery operated devices which notify and alert the location of baggage.

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - No Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        • The mobile app must be turned off.
                        • Refer to section Batteries - spare/loose, powerbanks.
                        Batteries – spare/loose, powerbanks

                        Important

                        No more than 20 spare batteries in total, for personal use, are permitted per passenger. All other battery restrictions still apply e.g. no more than two spare lithium batteries exceeding 100Wh and up to 160Wh, are permitted and forms part of the total carried.

                        A combination of batteries may be carried e.g. 10 x 98Wh lithium ion + 2 x 138Wh lithium ion + 2 x 12V & 98Wh non-spillable + 6 x alkaline.

                        Note: Watt hours (Wh) are determined by multiplying the voltage (V) by the amp hours (Ah). ie. 12V x 5Ah = 60Wh

                        Alkaline and all others

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - No

                         

                        Other batteries can include Nickel Cadmium, Nickel Metal Hydride etc

                        Requirements

                        The battery terminals must be protected e.g. taping over the exposed terminals.

                        Lithium Ion batteries (rechargeable) - not more than 100Wh

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - No

                         

                        Requirements

                        The battery terminals must be protected e.g. taping over the exposed terminals.

                        Lithium Ion batteries (rechargeable) - exceeding 100Wh and up to 160Wh

                        Important

                        Lithium Ion batteries must be declared during check-In

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - No

                         

                        Requirements

                        • No more than two spare batteries.
                        • The battery terminals must be protected e.g. taping over the exposed terminals.

                        Lithium ion batteries over 160Wh are forbidden as passenger baggage and must be sent as freight.

                        Email [email protected] to request an airline approval.

                        Lithium Metal batteries (non-rechargeable) - containing up to 2g of lithium metal

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - No

                         

                        Requirements

                        The battery terminals must be protected e.g. taping over the exposed terminals.

                        Non-spillable batteries up to 12V and 100Wh

                        Important

                        Non-spillable batteries must be declared during check-In

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - No

                         

                        Requirements

                        • Up to two per passenger.
                        • The battery terminals must be protected e.g. taping over the exposed terminals.
                        Camping stoves and liquid fuel containers

                        Important

                        Camping stoves and liquid fuel containers must be declared during check-in

                        If the item has not been flushed or any fuel smell is detected during the check-in process (including an inspection), the item will be denied carriage.

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - No Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        To request an airline approval, complete and return the declaration form to [email protected].

                        Chemical agent monitoring equipment

                        Important

                        Chemical agent monitoring equipment must be declared during check-in.

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        Carried by staff members of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons on official travel.

                        E-mail [email protected] to request an Airline Approval.

                        Cigarette/Zippo/Arc/Plasma lighters or safety matches

                        Important

                        Smoking in the aircraft at any time is strictly prohibited. This includes the use of e-cigarettes and personal vaping devices.

                        Strike anywhere matches, book matches, lighter fuel, blue flame/cigar lighters or lighters powered by a lithium battery which can be accidently turned on, are forbidden.

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - No Checked Baggage - No

                         

                        Requirements

                        • One per passenger and must be kept on one's person (in a pocket).
                        • Lighter cannot contain unabsorbed liquid fuel, other than liquefied gas.
                        CO2 non-flammable gas cartridges

                        Important

                        CO2 non-flammable gas cartridges must be declared during check-in.

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        • Up to four cartridges are permitted per passenger.
                        • Up to 28g or 50ml per cartridge.

                        E-mail [email protected] to request an Airline Approval.

                        Dry ice (cabon dioxide, solid)

                        Important

                        Dry ice must be declared during check-in.

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        • Up to 2.5kg is permitted per passenger.
                        • Carried in a bag/package that permits the release of the CO2 gas.

                        E-mail [email protected] to request an Airline Approval.

                        Dry shipper - insulated packagings containing refrigerated liquid nitrogen

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Dry shippers containing dangerous goods are not permitted.

                        e-Cigarettes, personal vaping devices

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - No

                         

                        The use and charging of all e-cigarettes and other personal vaporisers are forbidden on board an aircraft.

                        Electronic devices (portable) powered by batteries

                        Devices and battery numbers are limited to personnel use amounts.

                        Note: Watt hours (Wh) are determined by multiplying the voltage (V) by the amp hours (Ah). ie. 12V x 5Ah = 60Wh

                        Important

                        • Due to safety concerns, travelling with a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 onboard Qantas and Jetstar aircraft is prohibited. The ban applies to devices being carried onto the aircraft, in carry-on baggage as well as checked baggage. Other Samsung devices are not affected.
                        • The US and UK have implemented new travel requirements that restrict the carriage of electronic devices larger than a smartphone in the cabin of inbound flights from some Middle Eastern airports. There are no impacts to Qantas customers travelling on Qantas operated services. However we encourage customers travelling with codeshare and interline partners to the US or UK to check the requirements of that airline.

                        Lithium-ion batteries (rechargeable) - not more than 100Wh in a device

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        These batteries are usually used in small electronic devices e.g. mobile phones, laptops, tablets, game consoles, model aircraft, CPAPs, oxygen concentrators etc.

                        Requirements

                        When packed in checked baggage, equipment devices containing batteries must have the ON/OFF switch protected to prevent accidental activation.

                        Lithium-ion batteries (rechargeable) - exceeding 100Wh and up to 160Wh in a device

                        Important

                        Lithium-ion batteries in devices must be declared during check-in.

                        Devices containing lithium-ion batteries over 160Wh are not permitted as passenger baggage and must be sent as freight.

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        These batteries are usually for commercial cameras, commercial remote control aircraft etc.

                        Requirements

                        When packed in checked baggage, equipment devices containing batteries must have the ON/OFF switch protected to prevent accidental activation.

                        E-mail [email protected] to request an Airline Approval.

                        Lithium-metal batteries in devices (non-rechargeable) - not more than 2g of lithium metal per device

                        Important

                        Devices containing lithium-metal batteries with a total lithium metal content over 2g are not permitted as passenger baggage and must be sent as freight.

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        These batteries are usually for hearing aids etc.

                        Requirements

                        When packed in checked baggage, equipment devices containing batteries must have the ON/OFF switch protected to prevent accidental activation.

                        Non-spillable batteries in devices - maximum 12V and 100Wh

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        These batteries are commonly called sealed lead acid, gel cell, dry cell etc.

                        Requirements

                        When packed in checked baggage, equipment devices containing batteries must have the ON/OFF switch protected to prevent accidental activation.

                        Engines - Internal combustion (chainsaw, whipper snipper)

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - No Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        Email the completed declaration form to [email protected] to request an Airline Approval.

                        EPIRBs and Personal Locator Beacons

                        EPIRBs and Personal Locator Beacons containing lithium-metal batteries - under 2g lithium metal content

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        Devices containing batteries must have the ON/OFF switch protected to prevent accidental activation.

                        EPIRBs and Personal Locator Beacons containing lithium-metal batteries - more than 2g and up to 8g of lithium metal content

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - No

                         

                        Requirements

                        • Only permitted for carriage within Australia;
                        • one device permitted per passenger; and
                        • devices containing batteries must have the ON/OFF switch protected to prevent accidental activation.

                        E-mail [email protected] to request an Airline Approval.

                        Firearms

                        All firearms, including airsoft and paintball guns, and ammunition must be carried in accordance with the regulatory requirements of the country you are travelling to, from or through. It is the sole responsibility of the passenger to ensure all relevant import/export permits, licence and documentation (including Australian requirements) are obtained prior to travel.

                        Further restrictions also apply to the following:

                        • Dubai (QF8000 series flight numbers)
                        • Singapore

                        If you are carrying ammunition, please refer to the Ammunition section for further information.

                        Important

                        Firearms must be declared during check-in.

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - No Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        • Holder of a valid firearms licence, permit or enforcement agency identification (you will be asked to present it at check-in).
                        • The firearm must be unloaded; and
                        • packed in a hard or soft locked case.

                        Dubai - Carriage of firearms and/or ammunition

                        Dubai authorities require passengers carrying firearms and/or ammunition to, from or through Dubai to obtain approval. See below links for the applicable approval process:

                        Important

                        Firearms and ammunition presented at check-in without the necessary Dubai approval, will result in delays and/or denied carriage.

                        Singapore - Carriage of Firearms and/or Ammunition

                        Singapore authorities require passengers carrying firearms and/or ammunition travelling to, from or through Singapore to obtain an approval.

                        For more information and the application form, refer to Singapore - Carrying Ammunition and/or Firearms.

                        Important

                        Requests must be received no later than 7 working days prior to the date of travel.

                        Fridge (camping fridge)

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - No Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        • contain less than 12kg of non-flammable gas eg R134a

                        Note: The type and quantity of non-flammable gas may be printed on the equipment specification plate on the fridge

                        Fuel cell systems, and spare fuel cartridges in portable electronic devices

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        • up to 200ml of fuel or 200g for solid fuel or 120ml liquefied gas

                        Important

                        Only two spares are permitted per passenger in carry-on baggage.

                        E-mail [email protected] for information.

                        Gas camping stoves

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - No Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        If any gas smell is detected during the check-in process (including an inspection) the item will be denied carriage.

                        Flammable gas canisters are forbidden.

                        Hair curlers containing hydrocarbon gas

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        • One permitted per passenger.
                        • The safety cover must be securely fitted over the heating element.
                        • No spare gas canisters are permitted.

                        Important

                        These hair curlers must not be used on board the aircraft at any time.

                        Heat producing items

                        Important

                        Heat producing articles e.g. diving lamps, soldering irons etc., must be declared during check-in.

                        Devices containing flammable gas canisters are forbidden.

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        • The battery or heat producing component must be isolated from each other e.g. remove battery;
                        • the removed battery must be in carry-on baggage only; and
                        • the battery terminals must be protected e.g. taping over the exposed terminals.

                        E-mail [email protected] to request an Airline Approval.

                        Light bulbs – energy efficient lamps

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        Must be in retail packaging for personal or home use.

                        Magnetic material

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Any item that can cause more than a 2 degree swing on a compass is not permitted as passenger baggage.

                        Requirements

                        • place the package on the ground (by itself) and orientate it East/West
                        • hold a compass at least 2m from the surface of the package
                        • ensure magnet does not make the needle on the compass move more than 2 degrees
                        Medical equipment (portable) powered by batteries

                        Note: Watt hours (Wh) are determined by multiplying the voltage (V) by the amp hours (Ah). ie. 12V x 5Ah = 60Wh

                        Lithium-ion batteries (rechargeable) - not more than 100Wh in medical equipment

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        These batteries are commonly used in medical equipment e.g. CPAPs, Oxygen Concentrators, Ventilators etc.

                        Information on frequently used equipment is available in the CPAPs and Oxygen Concentrators Medical Equipment List.

                        Requirements

                        When packed in checked baggage, equipment containing batteries must have the ON/OFF switch protected to prevent accidental activation.

                        Lithium-ion batteries (rechargeable) - exceeding 100Wh and up to 160Wh in medical equipment

                        Important

                        Lithium-ion batteries in medical equipment must be declared during check-in.

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        When packed in checked baggage, equipment containing batteries must have the ON/OFF switch protected to prevent accidental activation.

                        E-mail [email protected] to request an Airline Approval.

                        Lithium-metal batteries in medical equipment (non-rechargeable) - exceeding 2g and up to 8g of lithium metal per device

                        Important

                        Lithium-metal batteries in medical equipment must be declared during check-in.

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        When packed in checked baggage, equipment containing batteries must have the ON/OFF switch protected to prevent accidental activation.

                        E-mail [email protected] to request an Airline Approval.

                        Mobility aids/wheelchairs

                        Lithium-ion battery easily removed from a mobility aid

                        Important

                        Battery powered mobility aids must be declared during check-in.

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - No

                         

                        Requirements

                        • the battery(s) must be removed from the mobility aid
                        • all the terminals must be individually protected to prevent short circuiting, e.g. taped
                        • the battery(s) must be protected from damage e.g. protective bag/pouch

                        E-mail [email protected] to request an Airline Approval.

                        Lithium-ion battery not easily removed from a mobility aid

                        Important

                        Battery powered mobility aids must be declared during check-in.

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - No Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        • the battery must remain securely attached to the mobility aid with the terminals protected
                        • if available, the aid's free-wheel mode must be activated prior to loading
                        • the aid must be switched OFF

                        E-mail [email protected] to request an Airline Approval.

                        Non-spillable/Dry Cell battery easily removed from a mobility aid

                        e.g. AGM, Deep Cycle, SLA, NiMH, NiCad

                        Important

                        Battery powered mobility aids must be declared during check-in.

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - No Checked Baggage - Yes

                        Requirements

                        • the battery(s) must be removed from the mobility aid
                        • the removed battery(s) must be packed in a strong rigid container with terminals protected

                        E-mail [email protected] to request an Airline Approval.

                        Non-spillable/Dry cell battery not easily removed from a mobility aid

                        e.g. AGM, Deep Cycle, SLA, NiMH, NiCad

                        Important

                        Battery operated mobility aids must be declared during check-in.

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - No Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        • the battery must remain securely attached to the mobility aid with the terminals protected
                        • if available, the aid's free-wheel mode must be activated prior to loading
                        • the aid must be switched OFF

                        E-mail [email protected] to request an Airline Approval.

                        Oxygen or air gaseous cylinders for medical use

                        Important

                        Carriage of portable oxygen or air cylinders is only permitted for medical use.

                        Medical oxygen cylinders must be declared during check-in and must travel in carry-on baggage only.

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - No

                         

                        Requirements

                        • only BOC, Air Liquide and SupaGas cylinders are accepted;
                        • each cylinder must not exceed 5kg (typically size 'C' cylinders); and
                        • the valve/regulator must be fully protected.

                        E-mail [email protected] to request an Airline Approval.

                        Pacemaker (radioisotopic cardiac)

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - No Checked Baggage - No

                         

                        Permitted on one's person

                        Power tools (battery operated)

                        Note: Watt hours (Wh) are determined by multiplying the voltage (V) by the amp hours (Ah). ie. 12V x 5Ah = 60Wh

                        Lithium-ion batteries (rechargeable) - not more than 100Wh contained in/attached to the tool

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - No Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        • The ON/OFF switch must be protected from turning on e.g. taped;
                        • the tool must be securely contained in either a hard/moulded case or a sturdy box; and
                        • only one tool per box ,or two are permitted if the hard case is specifically moulded to securely fit two tools.

                        Lithium-ion batteries (rechargeable) - not more than 100Wh removed/detached from the tool

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - No

                         

                        Requirements

                        All terminals must be protected e.g. in retail packaging, taped, in a plastic bag etc.

                        Note: All tools (minus the battery) must be carried in checked baggage only.

                        Spare and removed batteries - not more than 100Wh

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - No

                         

                        Requirements

                        All terminals must be protected e.g. taped, in a plastic bag etc.

                        Lithium-ion batteries (rechargeable) - more than 100Wh and up to 160Wh contained in/attached to the tool

                        Important

                        Lithium-ion batteries must be declared during check-in.

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - No Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        • The ON/OFF switch must be protected from turning on e.g. taped;
                        • the tool must be securely contained in either a hard/moulded case or a sturdy box; and
                        • only one tool per box, or two are permitted if the hard case is specifically moulded to securely fit two tools.

                        E-mail [email protected] to request an Airline Approval.

                        Lithium-ion batteries (rechargeable) - more than 100Wh and up to 160Wh removed/detached from the tool

                        Important

                        Lithium-ion batteries must be declared during check-in.

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - No

                         

                        Requirements

                        All terminals must be protected e.g. taped, in a plastic bag etc.

                        Note: All tools (minus the battery) must be carried in checked baggage only.

                        E-mail [email protected] to request an Airline Approval.

                        Spare and removed batteries - more than 100Wh and up to 160Wh

                        Important

                        Lithium-ion batteries must be declared during check-in.

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - No

                         

                        Requirements

                        • Up to two per passenger; and
                        • all terminals must be protected e.g. taped, in retail packaging, in a plastic bag etc.

                        Note: All tools (minus the battery) must be carried in checked baggage only.

                        E-mail [email protected] to request an Airline Approval.

                        Samples/specimens (non-infectious) packed with small quantities of flammable liquid

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        • No more than 30ml of liquid per inner container; and
                        • no more than 1L per package.
                        Self-inflating safety devices (life jackets, airbag vests/jackets)

                        Important

                        Self-inflating safety devices, such as life jackets, airbag vests for motorcycles, horse-riding etc, must be declared during check-in.

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        • No more than one self-inflating safety device per person.
                        • No more than two CO2 (carbon dioxide) non-flammable gas cartridges (2.2) fitted in the self-inflating safety device.
                        • Up to two spare cartridges are permitted.

                        E-mail [email protected] to request an Airline Approval.

                        Smartbags

                        Important

                        Baggage fitted with non-removable lithium batteries or powerbanks are forbidden.

                        Requirements

                        Batteries or powerbanks fitted in a bag that are used to recharge portable electronic devices e.g. via USB style port::

                        • batteries or powerbanks must be removed from the bag.
                        • Refer to section 'Batteries- spare/loose, powerbanks' for additional carriage requirements.

                        Batteries or powerbanks fitted in a bag that are used to power inbuilt electronic bag functions e.g. bag tags, ride on bag etc.:

                        • lithium batteries or powerbanks must be removed from the bag.
                        • Refer to section 'Batteries- spare/loose, powerbanks' for additional carriage requirements.
                        • Non-lithium batteries/powerbanks can remain fitted in the bag and carried as carry-on or checked baggage.
                        Thermometers and barometers

                        Medical or clinical thermometer

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        Requirements

                        • Only one mercury style thermometer per passenger;
                        • contained in a protective case;
                        • for personal use.

                        Mercury barometer or thermometer

                        Airline Approval Required - Yes  Carry-on Baggage - No Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        These items can only be carried by a representative of a government weather bureau or similar official agency.

                        Requirements

                        • Must be packed in a leak proof puncture resistant bag; and
                        • then packed in a strong container.

                        E-mail [email protected] to request an Airline Approval.

                        Toiletries and medicinal articles

                        Airline Approval Required - No  Carry-on Baggage - Yes Checked Baggage - Yes

                         

                        These include medicinal items and toilet articles. Toiletries are classed as items which can be applied to the body eg. aerosol deodorants, hair sprays, perfumes, colognes, shaving gels, etc.

                        Requirements

                        • No more than 500g/500ml per item^.
                        • All items together must not total more than 2kg/2L.
                        • Aerosols nozzles must be protected eg. cap.
                        ^ Security requirements further limit liquids, aerosols and gels on all international flights to 100g/100ml.

                        Dangerous Goods that are not permitted in passenger baggage may be accepted as dangerous goods freight. For information, contact your local Qantas Freight Office or [email protected].

                        Further information about Dangerous Goods

                        Dangerous Goods

                        The International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulations describe in detail what Dangerous Goods may be transported by air, in what quantities, and how they should be packed. For details on how to safely transport your Dangerous Goods, contact your local Qantas Freight Office.

                        Important information on electronics and technology

                        Qantas Group customers are advised to refer to the Product Safety Australia website for a list of products that contain dangerous goods that have been recalled due to faults.

                        Customers planning to travel with these products should refer to the original manufacturer for further information and recall instructions.

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