Some everyday products, like electronic cigarettes and aerosol spray starch, can be dangerous when transported on the aircraft in carry-on and/or checked baggage. Changes in temperature or pressure can cause some items to leak, generate toxic fumes or start a fire. Carriage of prohibited items may result in fines or in certain cases imprisonment. Please ensure there are no forbidden hazardous materials in your baggage like:
• Lithium-ion Batteries
• Cordless Power Tools
• Electronic cigarettes
• Smart bags
Spare lithium batteries for portable electronic devices and cigarette lighters must be removed from checked or gate-checked baggage and carried onboard the aircraft.
Smartbags with batteries that can’t be removed and hoverboards are not allowed in checked or carry-on bags.
We want to help you avoid carrying anything onboard that violates U.S. Federal Law because violators are subject to imprisonment of up to five years and penalties of $250,000 or more.
Some ordinary products can be dangerous because changes in temperature and pressure can cause leaks, toxic fumes or fires. Please ensure these items are not in your baggage. Baggage may contain items that are required to be carried with you onboard the aircraft.
Smoking is never allowed onboard any flight Traveling with medical oxygen, liquid oxygen, mobility aids, and other assistive devices may require airline.