危险物品规定 – Carried by Passengers or Crew

危险货物不得携带或乘客或船员检查或携带行李,但以下另有规定者除外。 携带行李中允许的危险品也可以“在人身上”,除非另有规定。

Provisions for Dangerous Goods – Carried by Passengers or Crew

Dangerous goods must not be carried in or as passengers or crew, checked or carry-on baggage, except as otherwise

provided below. Dangerous goods permitted in carry-on baggage are also permitted “on one’s person”, except where

otherwise specified.

The pilot-in-command must be informed of the location
Permitted in or as carry-on baggage
Permitted in or as checked baggage
The approval of the operator is required
Alcoholic beverages, when in retail packaging, containing more than 24% but not more than 70% alcohol by volume, in receptacles not exceeding 5 L, with a total net quantity per person of 5 L.

Note: must not exceed the local customs restrictions

NO YES YES NO
Ammunition (cartridges for weapons), securely packaged (in Div. 1.4S, UN 0012 or UN 0014 only), in quantities not exceeding 5 kg gross weight per person for that person’s own use. Allowances for more than one person must not be combined into one or more packages. FORBIDDEN
Avalanche rescue backpack, one (1) per person, containing a cartridge of compressed gas in Div. 2.2. May also be equipped with a pyrotechnic trigger mechanism containing no more than 200 mg net of Div. 1.4S. The backpack must be packed in such a manner that it cannot be accidentally activated. The airbags within the backpacks must be fitted with pressure relief valves. YES YES YES NO
Batteries, spare/loose, including lithium metal or lithium ion cells or batteries, for portable electronic devices must be carried in carry-on baggage only. Articles which have the primary purpose as a power source, e.g. power banks are considered as spare batteries. These batteries must be individually protected to prevent short circuits. NO NO YES NO
Camping stoves and fuel containers that have contained a flammable liquid fuel, with empty fuel tank and/or fuel container. NO NO NO NO
Chemical Agent Monitoring Equipment, when carried by staff members of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons on official travel. NO NO NO NO
Disabling devices such as mace, pepper spray, etc. containing an irritant or incapacitating substance are forbidden on the person, in checked and carry-on baggage. FORBIDDEN
Dry ice (carbon dioxide, solid), in quantities not exceeding 2.5 kg per person when used to pack perishables not subject to these Regulations in checked or carry-on baggage, provided the baggage (package) permits the release of carbon dioxide gas. Checked baggage must be marked “dry ice” or “carbon dioxide, solid” and with the net weight of dry ice or an indication that there is 2.5 kg or less dry ice. YES YES YES NO
E-cigarettes (including e-cigars, e-pipes, other personal vaporizers) containing batteries must be individually protected to prevent accidental activation.

Note: for personal use during journey only / NOT allow to use or charge onboard the aircraft at any time.

YES NO YES NO
Electro shock weapons (e.g. Tasers) containing dangerous goods such as explosives, compressed gases, lithium batteries, etc. are forbidden in carry-on baggage or checked baggage or on the person. FORBIDDEN
Fuel cells containing fuel, powering portable electronic devices (e.g. cameras, cellular phones, laptop computers and camcorders), and

Fuel cell cartridges, spare for portable electronic devices,

IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Manual Section 2.3.5.10;

a)     fuel cell cartridges may only contain flammable liquids, corrosive substances, liquefied flammable gas, water reactive substances or hydrogen in metal hydride;

b)     refueling of fuel cells on board an aircraft is not permitted except that the installation of a spare cartridge is allowed;

c)     the maximum quantity of fuel in any fuel cell or fuel cell cartridge must not exceed:

  • for liquids 200 mL;
  • for solids 200 grams;
  • for liquefied gases, 120 mL for non-metallic fuel cell cartridges or 200 mL for metal fuel cell or fuel cell cartridges; and
  • for hydrogen in metal hydride, the fuel cell or fuel cell cartridges must have a water capacity of 120 mL or less;

d)     each fuel cell and each fuel cell cartridge must conform to IEC 62282-6-100 Ed. 1, including Amendment 1, and must be marked with a manufacturer’s certification that it conforms to the specification. In addition, each fuel cell cartridge must be marked with the maximum quantity and type of fuel in the cartridge;

e)     fuel cell cartridges containing hydrogen in metal hydride must comply with the requirements in Special Provision A162;

f)      no more than two spare fuel cell cartridges may be carried by a passenger;

g)     fuel cells containing fuel are permitted in carry-on baggage only;

h)     interaction between fuel cells and integrated batteries in a device must conform to IEC 62282-6-100 Ed. 1 including Amendment 1. Fuel cells whose sole function is to charge a battery in the device are not permitted;

i)      fuel cells must be of a type that will not charge batteries when the portable electronic device is not in use and must be durably marked by the manufacturer: “APPROVED FOR CARRIAGE IN AIRCRAFT CABIN ONLY” to so indicate; and

j)      in addition to the languages which may be required by the State of Origin for the markings specified above, English should be used.

NO NO YES NO
Gas cartridges, small, non-flammable containing carbon dioxide or other suitable gas in Division 2.2. Up to two (2) small cartridges fitted into a self-inflating safety device such as a life jacket or vest. Not more than one (1) device per passenger and up to two (2) spare small cartridges per person, not more than four (4) cartridges up to 50 mL water capacity for other devices

IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Manual Section 2.3.4.2

2.3.4.2.1 Small cartridges fitted into a self-inflating safety device such a life jacket or vest

a)     no more than one personal safety device per person;

b)     the personal safety device must be packed in such a manner that it cannot be accidently activated;

c)     limited to carbon dioxide or another suitable gas in Division 2.2 without a subsidiary risk;

d)     Cartridge(s) must be for inflation purposes;

e)     the device must be fitted with no more than two small cartridges; and

f)      No more than two spare cartridges.

2.3.4.2.2 Other devices:

a)     no more than four small cartridges of carbon dioxide or other suitable gas in Division 2.2, without subsidiary risk, per person; and

b)     the water capacity of each cartridge must not exceed 50 mL

Note: For carbon dioxide, a gas cartridge with a water capacity of 50 mL is equivalent to a 28 g cartridge.

YES YES YES NO
Gas cylinders, non-flammable, non-toxic worn for the operation of mechanical limbs. Also, spare cylinders of a similar size if required to ensure an adequate supply for the duration of the journey. NO YES YES NO
Hair curlers containing hydrocarbon gas, up to one (1) per passenger or crew-member, provided that the safety cover is securely fitted over the heating element. These hair curlers must not be used on board the aircraft at any time. Gas refills for such curlers are not permitted in checked or carry-on baggage.

Note: NOT allow to use onboard the aircraft at any time

NO YES YES NO
Heat producing articles such as underwater torches (diving lamps) and soldering irons

IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Manual Section 2.3.4.6

Battery powered equipment capable of generating extreme heat, which would cause a fire if activated, e.g. underwater high intensity lamps. The heat producing component and the battery are isolated from each other by the removal of the heat producing component, the battery or another component, e.g. fuse. Any battery that has been removed must be protected against short circuit (by placement in the original retail packaging or by otherwise insulating terminals, e.g. by taping over exposed terminals or placing each battery in a separate plastic bag or protective pouch).

NO NO NO NO
Insulated packaging containing refrigerated liquid nitrogen (dry shipper), fully absorbed in a porous material containing only non-dangerous goods. NO YES YES NO
Internal combustion or fuel cell engines, must meet A70. NO NO NO NO
Lamps, energy efficient when in retail packaging intended for personal or home use. NO YES YES NO
Lithium Batteries: Security-type equipment containing lithium batteries

IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Manual Section 2.3.2.6

Security type equipment such as attache cases, cash boxes, cash bags, etc. incorporating dangerous goods as part of this equipment, for example lithium batteries or pyrotechnic material, may be carried as checked baggage only if the equipment complies with the following:

a)     the equipment must be equipped with an effective means of preventing accidental activation;

b)     if the equipment contains an explosive or pyrotechnic substance or an explosive article, this article or substance must be excluded from Class 1 by the appropriate national authority of the State of Manufacture in compliance with 3.1.7.1;

c)     if the equipment contains lithium cells or batteries, these cells or batteries must comply with the following restrictions:

  1. for a lithium metal cell, the lithium content is not more than 1 g;
  2. for a lithium metal battery, the aggregate lithium content is not more than 2 g;
  3. for lithium ion cells, the Watt-hour rating is not more than 20 Wh;
  4. for lithium ion batteries, the Watt-hour rating is not more than 100 Wh;
  5. each cell or battery is of the type proven to meet the requirements of each test in the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part Ill , subsection 38.3.

d)     if the equipment contains gases to expel dye or ink, only gas cartridges and receptacles, small, containing gas with a capacity not exceeding 50 ml, containing no constituents subject to these Regulations other than a Division 2.2 gas, are allowed. The release of gas must not cause extreme annoyance or discomfort to crew members so as to prevent the correct performance of assigned duties. In case of accidental activation all hazardous effects must be confined within the equipment and must not produce extreme noise;

e)     Security type equipment that is defective or that has been damaged is forbidden for transport.

YES YES NO NO
Lithium Batteries: Portable electronic devices containing lithium metal or lithium ion cells or batteries, including medical devices such as portable oxygen concentrators (POC) and consumer electronics such as cameras, mobile phones, laptops and tablets, when carried by passengers or crew for personal use. For lithium metal batteries the lithium metal content must not exceed 2g and for lithium-ion batteries the Watt-hour rating must not exceed 100 Wh.

IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Manual Section 2.3.5.9

Portable electronic devices, which may include medical devices such as portable oxygen concentrators (POC) and consumer electronics such as cameras, mobile phones, laptops and tablets containing batteries when carried by passengers or crew for personal use, which should be carried in carry-on baggage. Spare batteries must be individually protected to prevent short circuits by placement in the original retail packaging or by otherwise insulating terminals, e.g. by taping over exposed terminals or placing each battery in a separate plastic bag or protective pouch and carried in carry-on baggage only. In addition, lithium batteries are subject to the following conditions:

a)   each installed or spare battery must not exceed:

  1. for lithium metal or lithium alloy batteries, a lithium content of not more than 2 g; or
  2. for lithium ion batteries, a watt-hour rating of not more than 100 Wh.

b)   batteries and cells must be of a type that meets the requirements of the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part Ill, subsection 38.3;

c)   articles containing lithium metal or lithium ion cells or batteries, the primary purpose of which is to provide power to another device, e.g. power banks, are permitted in carry-on baggage only. These articles must be individually protected to prevent short circuits by placement in the original retail packaging or by otherwise insulating terminals, e.g. by taping over exposed terminals or placing each battery in a separate plastic bag or protective pouch;

d)   electronic cigarettes containing lithium batteries are permitted in carry-on baggage only (see 2.3.5.17);

e)   if devices are carried in checked baggage the passenger/crew member must take measures to prevent unintentional activation.

IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Manual Section 2.3.5.17

Electronic cigarettes including e-cigars and other personal vaporizers containing batteries when carried by passen­gers or crew for personal use must be in carry-on baggage only. Recharging of these devices and/or batter­ies on board the aircraft is not permitted and the passenger/crew member must take measures to prevent accidental activation. Spare batteries must be individually protected to prevent short circuits by placement in the original retail packaging or by otherwise insulating ter­minals, e.g. by taping over exposed terminals or placing each battery in a separate plastic bag or protective pouch and carried in carry-on baggage only. In addition, lithium batteries are subject to the following conditions:

a)   each installed or spare battery must not exceed:

  1. for lithium metal or lithium alloy batteries, a lithium content of not more than 2 g; or
  2. for lithium ion batteries, a watt-hour rating of not more than 100 Wh.

b)   batteries and cells must be of a type that meets the requirements of the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part Ill, subsection 38.3;

NO YES YES NO
Lithium batteries, spare/loose with a Watt-hour rating exceeding 100 Wh but not exceeding 160 Wh for consumer electronic devices and PMED or with a lithium metal content exceeding 2g but not exceeding 8g for PMED only. Maximum of two spare batteries in carry-on baggage only. These batteries must be individually protected to prevent short circuits.

Note: Power Bank over 160Wh (32000mAh) is forbidden

YES NO YES NO
Lithium battery-powered electronic devices. Lithium ion batteries for portable (including medical) electronic devices, a Wh rating exceeding 100 Wh but not exceeding 160 Wh. For portable medical electronic devices only, lithium metal batteries with a lithium metal content exceeding 2g but not exceeding 8g. YES YES YES NO
Matches, safety (one small packet) or a small cigarette lighter that does not contain unabsorbed liquid fuel, other than liquefied gas, intended for use by an individual when carried on the person. Lighter fuel and lighter refills are not permitted on one’s person or in checked or carry-on baggage.

Note1: “Strike anywhere” matches, “Blue flame” or “Cigar” lighters are forbidden.

Note2: These are subject to the regulation of each airport.

NO ON ONE’S

PERSON

NO
Mobility Aids: Battery-powered wheelchairs or other similar mobility devices with non-spillable wet batteries or with batteries which comply with Special Provision A123 or A199,

IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Manual Section 2.3.2.2

a)   non-spillable batteries must comply with Special Pro­vision A67 or the vibration and pressure differential tests of Packing Instruction 872;

b)   the operator must verify:

  1. the battery terminals are protected from short circuits, e.g. by being enclosed within a battery container;
  2. the battery is securely attached to the wheelchair or mobility aid (see 9.3.14.5 and Figure 9.3.C);
  3. electrical circuits have been inhibited.

c)   the wheelchair/battery-powered mobility aid must be secured against movement in the cargo compartment and must be carried in a manner so that they are protected from being damaged by the movement of baggage, mail, or cargo;

d)   where a battery-powered or other similar mobility aid is specifically designed to allow its battery(ies) to be removed by the user (e.g. collapsible):

  1. the battery(ies) must be removed. The wheel­chair/mobility aid may then be carried as checked baggage without restriction;
  2. the removed battery(ies) must be carried in strong, rigid packaging which must be carried in the cargo compartment (see 9.3.14.5 and Figure 9.3.C);
  3. the battery(ies) must be protected from short circuit; and
  4. the pilot-in-command must be informed of the location of the packed battery.

e)   it is recommended that passengers make advance arrangements with each operator.

IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Manual Section 9.3.14.5

To assist the handling of wheelchairs and mobility aids with batteries, Figure 9.3.C shows an example of a label which may be used to assist in identifying whether or not a wheelchair has had the battery removed. The label is in two parts; Part A remains with the wheelchair and indicates whether or not the battery has been removed. In the particular case where the battery is separated from the wheelchair, Part B may be used to assist in identifying the battery and also in reconciling the battery and its wheelchair.

YES YES NO NO
Mobility Aids: Battery-powered wheelchairs or other similar mobility devices with spillable batteries or with lithium batteries.

IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Manual Section 2.3.2.3

Battery-powered wheelchairs or other similar mobility aids for use by passengers whose mobility is restricted by either a disability, their health or age, or a temporary mobility problem (e.g. broken leg), with spillable batteries:

a)   Provided that the wheelchair or mobility aid can be loaded, stowed, secured and unloaded always in an upright position then the battery may remain installed in the wheelchair. The operator must verify that:

  1. the battery terminals are protected from short circuits, e.g. by being enclosed within a battery container;
  2. the battery is securely attached to the wheelchair or mobility aid (see 9.3.14.5 and Figure 9.3.C);
  3. electrical circuits have been inhibited;
  4. the wheelchair/battery-powered mobility aid must be secured against movement in the cargo compartment and must be carried in a manner so that it is protected from being damaged by the movement of baggage, mail, or cargo.

b)   if the wheelchair or mobility aid cannot be loaded, stowed, secured and unloaded always in an upright position, the battery must be removed. The wheel­chair or mobility aid may then be carried as checked baggage without restriction;

c)   the removed battery must be carried in strong, rigid packaging as follows:

  1. packaging must be leak-tight, impervious to battery fluid and be protected against upset by securing to pallets or by securing them in cargo compartments using appropriate means of securement (other than by bracing with freight or baggage) such as by use of restraining straps, brackets or holders;
  2. batteries must be protected against short cir­cuits, secured upright in these packagings and surrounded by compatible absorbent material sufficient to absorb their total liquid contents; and
  3. these packaging must be marked “BATIERY, WET, WITH WHEELCHAIR” or “BATIERY, WET, WITH MOBILITY AID” and be labelled with the “Corrosive” label (see Figure 7.3.V) and with the “Package Orientation” label (see Figures 7.4.D and 7.4.E).

The pilot-in-command must be informed of the location of a wheelchair or mobility aid with an installed battery or the location of a packed battery. It is rec­ommended that passengers make advance arrangements with each operator; also that batteries which are spillable should be fitted with spill-resistant vent caps when feas­ible (see 9.3.14.5 and Figure 9.3.C).

IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Manual Section 2.3.2.4

Lithium-ion battery powered wheelchairs or other similar mobility aids for use by passengers whose mobility is restricted by either a disability, their health or age, or a temporary mobility problem (e.g. broken leg), subject to the following conditions:

a)   the batteries must be of a type which meets the requirements of each test in the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part Ill, subsection 38.3;

b)   the operator must verify:

  1. the battery terminals are protected from short circuits, e.g. by being enclosed within a battery container;
  2. the battery is securely attached to the wheelchair or mobility aid (see 9.3.14.5 and Figure 9.3.C);
  3. Electrical circuits have been inhibited.

c)   mobility aids must be secured against movement in the cargo compartment and must be carried in a manner so that they are protected from being dam­aged by the movement of baggage, mail or other cargo;

d)   where a battery-powered wheelchair or other similar mobility aid is specifically designed to allow its battery(ies) to be removed by the user (e.g. collaps­ible):

  1. the battery(ies) must be removed. The wheel­chair/mobility aid may then be carried as checked baggage without restriction;
  2. the battery(ies) must be protected from short circuit by insulating the terminals (e.g. by taping over exposed terminals};
  3. The removed battery (ies) must be protected from damage (e.g. by placing each battery in a protective pouch). The battery(ies) must be car­ried in the passenger cabin;
  4. removal of the battery(ies) from the device must be performed by following the instructions of the manufacturer or device owner;
  5. the battery must not exceed 300 Wh, or for a device that is fitted with two batteries required for operation, each battery must not exceed 160 Wh;
  6. A maximum of one spare battery not exceeding 300 Wh or two spares each not exceeding 160 Wh may be carried.

e)   the pilot-in-command must be informed of the location of the mobility aid with an installed battery or the location of the lithium battery when removed and carried in the cabin;

f)    It is recommended that passengers make advance arrangements with each operator.

IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Manual Section 9.3.14.5

To assist the handling of wheelchairs and mobility aids with batteries, Figure 9.3.C shows an example of a label which may be used to assist in identifying whether or not a wheelchair has had the battery removed. The label is in two parts; Part A remains with the wheelchair and indicates whether or not the battery has been removed. In the particular case where the battery is separated from the wheelchair, Part B may be used to assist in identifying the battery and also in reconciling the battery and its wheelchair.

YES YES NO YES
Mobility Aids: Battery-powered mobility aids with lithium ion batteries (collapsible), lithium-ion battery must be removed and carried in the cabin

IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Manual Section 2.3.2.4 d)

a)     where a battery-powered wheelchair or other similar mobility aid is specifically designed to allow its battery(ies) to be removed by the user (e.g. collapsible):

  1. The battery (ies) must be removed. The wheel­chair/mobility aid may then be carried as checked baggage without restriction;
  2. the battery(ies) must be protected from short circuit by insulating the terminals (e.g. by taping over exposed terminals);
  3. The removed battery (ies) must be protected from damage (e.g. by placing each battery in a protective pouch). The battery(ies) must be car­ried in the passenger cabin;
  4. removal of the battery(ies) from the device must be performed by following the instructions of the manufacturer or device owner;
  5. the battery must not exceed 300 Wh, or for a device that is fitted with two batteries required for operation, each battery must not exceed 160 Wh;
  6. A maximum of one spare battery not exceeding 300 Wh or two spares each not exceeding 160 Wh may be carried.
YES NO YES YES
Non-radioactive medicinal or toiletry articles (including aerosols) such as hair sprays, perfumes, colognes and medicines containing alcohol; and NO YES YES NO
Non-flammable, non-toxic aerosols in Division 2.2, with no subsidiary risk, for sporting or home use.

The total net quantity of non-radioactive medicinal or toiletry articles and non-flammable, non-toxic aerosols in Division 2.2 must not exceed 2 kg or 2 L and the net quantity of each single article must not exceed 0.5 kg or 0.5 L. Release valves on aerosols must be protected by a cap or other suitable means to prevent inadvertent release of the contents

NO YES NO NO
Oxygen or air, gaseous, cylinders required for medical use. The cylinder must not exceed 5 kg gross weight.

Note1: Liquid oxygen systems are forbidden for transport.

Note2: Doctor certificate is required

NO NO NO NO
Permeation devices, must meet A41

IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Manual Section 2.3.5.16

In checked baggage only permeation devices for calibrating air quality monitoring equipment. These devices must comply with the requirements of Special Provision A41.

NO YES NO NO
Portable electronic devices containing non-spillable batteries, batteries must meet A67 and must be 12 V or less and 100 Wh or less. A maximum of 2 spare batteries may be carried

IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Manual Section 2.3.5.13

In checked or carry-on baggage, portable electronic devices containing a non-spillable battery meeting the requirements of Special Provision A67. A maximum of two spare non-spillable batteries meeting Special Pro­vision A67 may also be carried. The following require­ments apply:

a)   the voltage of each battery must not exceed 12 V and the watt-hour rating must not exceed 100 Wh;

b)   the device must either be protected from inadvertent activation, or the battery must be disconnected and the battery terminals insulated;

c)   each spare battery must be protected from short circuit by insulation of the battery terminals.

NO YES YES NO
Radioisotopic cardiac pacemakers or other devices, including those powered by lithium batteries, implanted into a person or fitted externally, or radiopharmaceuticals contained within the body of a person as the result of medical treatment. NO ON ONE’S

PERSON

NO
Security-type attaché cases, cash boxes, cash bags, etc. incorporating dangerous goods, such as lithium batteries and/or pyrotechnic material, except as provided in IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Manual Section 2.3.2.6 are totally forbidden. See entry in IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Manual Section 4.2–List of Dangerous Goods.

IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Manual Section 2.3.2.6

Security type equipment such as attached cases, cash boxes, cash bags, etc. incorporating dangerous goods as part of this equipment, for example lithium batteries or pyrotechnic material, may be carried as checked baggage only if the equipment complies with the following:

a)   the equipment must be equipped with an effective means of preventing accidental activation;

b)   if the equipment contains an explosive or pyrotechnic substance or an explosive article, this article or substance must be excluded from Class 1 by the appropriate national authority of the State of Manufacture in compliance with 3.1.7.1;

c)   if the equipment contains lithium cells or batteries, these cells or batteries must comply with the following restrictions:

  1. for a lithium metal cell, the lithium content is not more than 1 g;
  2. for a lithium metal battery, the aggregate lithium content is not more than 2 g;
  3. for lithium ion cells, the Watt-hour rating is not more than 20 Wh;
  4. for lithium ion batteries, the Watt-hour rating is not more than 100 Wh;

each cell or battery is of the type proven to meet the requirements of each test in the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part Ill, subsection 38.3.

d)   if the equipment contains gases to expel dye or ink, only gas cartridges and receptacles, small, containing gas with a capacity not exceeding 50 ml, containing no constituents subject to these Regulations other than a Division 2.2 gas, are allowed. The release of gas must not cause extreme annoyance or discomfort to crew members so as to prevent the correct performance of assigned duties. In case of accidental activation all hazardous effects must be confined within the equipment and must not produce extreme noise;

e)   Security type equipment that is defective or that has been damaged is forbidden for transport.

FORBIDDEN
Specimens, non-infectious packed with small quantities of flammable liquid, must meet A180. NO NO NO NO
Thermometer, medical or clinical, which contains mercury, one (1) per person for personal use, when in its protective case. NO YES NO NO
Thermometer or barometer, mercury filled carried by a representative of a government weather bureau or similar official agency

IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Manual Section 2.3.3.1

A mercurial barometer or mercurial thermometer carried by a representative of a government weather bureau or similar official agency. The barometer or thermometer must be packed in a strong outer packaging, having a sealed inner liner or a bag of strong leak-proof and puncture-resistant material impervious to mercury, which will prevent the escape of mercury from the package irrespective of its position. The pilot-in-command must be informed of the location of the barometer or thermometer.

YES NO YES YES

Note:  

For safety of Air Transportation, Asia Atlantic Airlines reserves the rights to accept and carry well-packed packages only. Conditions of Dangerous Goods Acceptance vary according to each Airport regulations, State and Operator variations.