Dangerous Goods

Which items are considered dangerous goods?
 
In conformity with the current regulations and due to the risk it inflicts on the flight safety, it is forbidden for passengers to carry dangerous goods (with a few exceptions) on board of the aircraft.
 
To the category of dangerous goods belong: explosive, flammable and burnable matter, oxidizing material and organic peroxides, abrasive, contagious and poisonous substances, radioactive matter and lithium batteries, environment polluting and magnetizing matter.
 
The below mentioned dangerous goods, are allowed for transportation by the passenger under certain conditions. Besides these conditions the national and international restrictions should be respected (such as custom regulations and restrictions on the transport of liquids). For more information please contact info@corendon-airlines.com.
 
For safety reasons the authorities are authorized to open and inspect baggage that is transported as cargo. In such circumstances, Corendon Airlines is not liable for any damage to the baggage, even if it is locked
 
Samsung Galaxy Note 7   Not allowed on board  

Paralyzing objects

Electroşhock weapons, pepper spray

Not allowed on board

 

Cases and bags with an explosive mechanism

Attaché-cases

Not allowed on board

 

Devices and bottles with liquid oxygen

 

Not allowed on board

 

Liquids and drinks with more than 70% alcohol

  Not allowed on board  

Fuel containing motors and equipment

Electric saw, grassmower Not allowed on board  

Explosives

Firework Not allowed on board  

Flammable matter

Lighter gas, gascontainers, paint, oil, gas, fuel Not allowed on board  

Abrasive, oxidizing or poisonous matter

Cleaning powder and liquids, chemicals, bleach Not allowed on board  

Pressurized containers

Fire extinguisher, carbondioxide container

Not allowed on board  

Wet Battery

Car battery, WCH battery

Not allowed on board

 

Containers with gas or feul

Camping gasbottle

Not allowed on board (if empty it may be transported as *checked-in baggage

info@corendon-airlines.com has to give approval

Ammunition

Safety ammunition, for sport or defence use

Per person up to 5 kg can be transported as cargo

info@corendon-airlines.com has to give approval

Liquid containing thermometers and barometer

May only be transported by meteorology officials

Can be transported as handbaggage

info@corendon-airlines.com has to give approval

Liquid containing medical thermometer

 

One item inside a protection case may be transported as *checked-in luggage, in the hand baggage, or may be **personally carried by the passenger

 

On a battery working wheelchair, or walking equipment

Wheelchairs working on a non-spillable gel, or lithium battery can be transported on board of the aircraft

If the apparatus is foldable it is allowed  in the cabin, otherwise it is transported as cargo

info@corendon-airlines.com has to give approval

Heat-generating equipment

Diving torches, batteried welding equipment

Can be transported in the hand baggage or as *checked-in baggage

info@corendon-airlines.com has to give approval

Medical equipment with lithium battery

AED, CPAP, POC, Nebulizer, Respirator

Can be transported as*checked-in baggage, or in the hand luggage, or is carried **personally by the passenger

info@corendon-airlines.com has to give approval

Alcoholic drinks

 

Can be transported as*checked-in baggage, or in the hand luggage, or up to 5 kg may be carried **personally by the passenger

Other restrictions should be taken into consideration

Cooling sport sprays and air fresheners

  Up to 2lt can be transported (in 500 ml spraycontainers) in the aircraft’s cargo compartment

Other restrictions should be taken into consideration

Kosmetic Goods

Deodorant, parfum, hairspray

Up to 2 lt (in 500 ml containers) can be transported as *checked-in baggage, or in het hand luggage, or may be **personally carried

Other restrictions should be taken into consideration

(self inflatable) life-jackets

 

Will be transported as*checked-in baggage, or in the hand luggage, or is carried **personally by the passenger

info@corendon-airlines.com has to give approval

Lithium-ion batteries of
100wh-160wh

Batteries over 160wh are not allowed in the aircraft

Max. two batteries may be carried in the hand luggage or **personally

info@corendon-airlines.com has to give approval

Battery charged equipment

12V batteries and 100 Wh lithium batteries, containing no more than2 grs of lithium

May be carried in hand baggage of **personally by the passenger if separately packed

 

Extra spare batteries

Sızdırmaz batarya değerleri 12V ve 100Wh / lityum batarya değerleri 100wh ve 2gr lityum ağırlığını geçmeyecek şekilde olan bataryalar Sadece el bagajında veya **kişinin üzerinde birbirine temas etmeyecek şekilde taşınabilir.  

Dry ice –carbondioxide

 

Up to 2,5 kg per person can be transported as *checked-in baggage, or in the hand luggage

info@corendon-airlines.com has to give approval

Dry Shipper

Liquid nitrogen, insulated cooling containers

Is transported as *checked-in baggage, or in the hand luggage

info@corendon-airlines.com has to give approval

Matches and lighters

Excluded Blue flame lighters

The passenger may **personally carry 1 item

 

Electronic smokes

Electronic cigarettes and cigars

May be carried **personally by the passenger, or in the hand luggage. It should be safety locked to prevent that it will turn on. The max. 100 Wh battery may contain no more than 2 grs of lithium. Use of these devices during the flight is forbidden.

 
*Checked-in baggage – baggage that was checked-in and is transported in the cargo compartment.
**Personally carried baggage – luggage that is carried by the passenger in his hand, in his pocket or attached to his body.
 
In addition to the list of dangerous goods above, the following articles must not be carried on board in the hand baggage:
 
• Toy- or replica guns (plastic or metal)
 
• Catapults
 
• Household cutlery, such as sharp knives and forks
 
• Knives with blades of any length
 
• Razor blades
 
• Scissors