Dangerous Goods and Restricted Items
In order to endure the safety of passengers‚ employees and property‚ there are certain rules and regulations that restrict the carriage of certain items either as carry-on items and/or as checked baggage.
Please note that THE TRANSPORT OF ANY DANGEROUS GOODS IS FORBIDDEN. Examples of good which are considered as dangerous is below:
- Guns / Sport guns
- Mines‚ blasting caps‚ detonators‚ fuses and explosive devices or other military explosives
- Smoke grenades or cartridges
- Dynamite‚ gunpowder and plastic explosives
- Gases and gas cylinders & cartridges (e.g. butane‚ propane‚ acetylene‚ oxygen‚ CO2)
- Fireworks‚ flares in any form and other pyrotechnics (including party poppers and toy caps)
- Non-safety matches
- Fuel containers with flammable liquid (even empty - e.g. petrol‚ diesel‚ lighter fuel‚ alcohol‚ ethanol)
- Paint spray cans
- Turpentine and paint thinners
- Alcoholic drinks with more than 70% alcohol content (140 proof). Packages containing up to 5 liters of alcoholic beverages with an alcohol content of between 24%-70% are‚ however‚ permitted
- Replicas or imitations of explosive materials or devices
- Avalanche rescue backpack
- Camping stoves
- Personal protection devices (e.g. mace‚ paper spray‚ tasers‚ electro shock weapons)
There are also some certain dangerous goods that can be transported on bluebird airways aircrafts under certain limitations‚ terms and conditions.
- Carry on items & portable electronic devices
- Liquids & food
- Lithium battery powered devices allowance
- Wheelchair acceptance
- Portable medical devices
If you wish to transport fragile items‚ you will be asked to sign a Limited Release Form when checking your baggage to indicate that the transport of the items is at your own risk.
For any enquiries in reference to the transport of such dangerous goods please contact the airline for further clarifications and transport approval.