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Prohibited and restricted item list

Aerosols, flammable gases, flammable liquids such as perfumes and body sprays are generally classified as dangerous (DG) and hazardous.

Flammable items:

Paints, fuels, gasoline, lighter fluid, being highly flammable, are not allowed on board.


Chlorine, bleach, fertilizers, spray paint cannot be transported.

Explosive items:

Fireworks, Christmas crackers and flares are not permitted.

Alcohol (over 70%):

Alcoholic beverages over 140 proof, such as grain alcohol, are not allowed on board or in the cargo hold.

Camping stoves – gas or flammable liquid fuelled:

Stoves that have been used or are new and have their fuel attached, are normally not permitted; however, there are some circumstances when stoves hat have been completely purged fully clean of fuel can be carried.

Diving cylinders:

Above 200 kPa (2 bar or 29 psi) cannot be carried.


Flammable paint:

Gloss paints are often flammable and must not be carried. Aerosol paints are also forbidden. Most paint manufacturers place information on the tins to indicate whether the product is flammable, toxic or corrosive. If in doubt, contact the manufacturer.

Lighter fuel and lighter refills

Party poppers:

Christmas crackers may be carried provided they are in their original retail packaging. Passengers planning to travel with Christmas crackers should check with their airline as some do not allow these items.

Smoke hood with oxygen supply:

Either gaseous or chemical. Passengers are not permitted to carry smoke hoods which have an internal gaseous or chemical oxygen supply.

‘Strike anywhere’ matches 

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