To see a detailed list of prohibited articles, we refer to EU's official guideline for air travellers which can be found here.
- Lighters belong to the category of dangerous goods, in particular, explosive gases. A lighter is considered dangerous, as there is a risk of spontaneous combustion, which could pose a danger aboard the plane. It is therefore not allowed to bring a lighter in your checked baggage or hand luggage. You may only bring one lighter, which must be presented at the security checkpoint, and then be carried on your person so that you see if it spontaneously ignites.
- Zippo lighters and other lighters of the same species and may be allowed if all liquid is absorbed.
Nicotine Refill for E-cigarettes the symbol is not allowed as hand luggage no matter size passenger must - if they choose to bring one / several refills on the journey - send the bottles as dangerous goods.
It is forbidden to bring the following pressurized containers:
- More than 4 carbon dioxide cartridges for life jackets and similar
- Carbon dioxide cartridges containing more than 28 grams Carbon dioxide cartridges, for example, soda stream.
- Camping / Alcohol Burners / containers containing flammable substances.
- Alcohol Burners (these can be carried in hand luggage if alcohol burner is new and has not been used previously).
Fireworks / Sparklers
It is forbidden to bring fireworks and other flammable items such as:
- New Year Rockets
- Table Bombs
- Smoke bombs
Weapons, ammunition, etc. may be transported in lawfully as checked luggage under certain conditions. This is controlled by a special check:
- Valid firearms license, ID card from the police ID card from the defense, export permit, European Firearms Pass or weapons declaration
- The weapon is not loaded
- The weapon is dismantled, if possible.
- Weapons and ammunition are packed, if possible, neutral packaged and otherwise packaged in 2 different packages.
NOTE: Several airlines require that you register as traveller with weapons when booking the ticket.
It is prohibited to carry explosives and incendiary substances and devices capable or appears to be - used to cause serious injury or to pose a threat to flight safety, including:
- Explosives, including detonators, fuses and fuse / fuse, grenades, mines and explosives
- Blasting caps
- Detonators and fuses
- Explosives and safety fuses
- Mines, grenades and other explosive military stores
- Dynamite, gunpowder, and plastic explosives
- Replica or imitation explosive items
- Gases: propane and butane and the like.
- Flammable liquids, including gasoline and methanol, and the like.
- Flammable solids and reactive substances, including magnesium, firelighters, fireworks and flares.
- Oxidizing and oxidizing substances and organic peroxides
Cleaning and lubricants and the like
It is not allowed to bring flammable or corrosive liquids such as:
- Locking Spray
- Chain spray
- Detergents with hazard symbols
- Vehicle fuel system components which have contained fuel
Fuel Systems that contain or have included all types of fuels such as
- Generators, chainsaws and the like.
It is not allowed to bring a number of batteries in checked baggage
- Car batteries
- Lithium batteries (eg. Extra computer batteries and the like.) These can be carried in hand luggage)
- Power banks
- Jump Starters
- Dive Lights
- Electric wheelchairs or other battery-powered devices for people with reduced mobility requires the air operator's certificate.
It is not permitted substances and materials that can cause serious
injury or may pose a threat to flight safety, including:
- Toxic or infectious substances, including rat poison and infected blood
- Radioactive material, including medicinal or commercial isotopes for industrial use
- Corrosives, including mercury, vehicle batteries