Dangerous goods

Rules for the transport of dangerous articles

Rules for the transport of dangerous articles

Prohibited articles include all objects and substances that may pose a risk to the health and safety of passengers and could damage the aircraft, so these articles should not be brought on board.

All prohibited articles are listed and reported in the following table.

Please also consult the Articles prohibited by CE Aviation Security. Subject to additional restrictions due to local regulations. Please contact the authorities in the country of departure and/or destination.

Merci pericolose

Weapons, ammunition and explosives

Weapons, ammunition and explosives

Weapons for electroshock

Electro-shock weapons (e.g. teasers) containing explosives, compressed gases, lithium batteries and other dangerous articles are not transportable, neither in hand luggage nor in the hold nor on the person.

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Articles containing explosives

Fireworks and any item containing explosives (e.g. Christmas crackers / Christmas crackers), firecrackers, rockets, confetti

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In the hold

Devices for personal defence

Personal protective equipment (tear gas, pepper spray) containing irritating or disabling substances cannot be carried in hand luggage, in the hold or on the person.

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In the hold

Ammunition

Ammunition (cartridges for weapons, class 1.4S, UN 0012 or UN 0014 only), may be transported, subject to authorisation, if safely packed and in quantities not exceeding 5 kg (gross weight) per passenger, for personal use only. It is forbidden to group the allowances of several passengers in one or more packages.

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Medical Items

Non-infected samples

You may carry uninfected samples stored in small quantities of flammable liquid in carry-on baggage if they comply with Special Provision A180 of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations. For more details on the packaging of these samples, please refer to the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations.

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Insulating packaging containing refrigerated liquid nitrogen

You can carry in your hand luggage insulating packaging containing refrigerated liquid nitrogen ("dry shipper"), completely absorbed in a porous material, containing only non-hazardous items.

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In the hold

Oxygen or air, gas, cylinders

You can transport oxygen or air, gases, cylinders for medical use, subject to authorization, if the cylinder does not exceed 5 kg (gross weight). The transport of liquid oxygen systems is prohibited.

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Radioisotopic cardiac pacemakers

You can carry radioisotopic heart pacemakers or other devices, including those powered by lithium batteries, either implanted or placed externally, as well as radiopharmaceuticals in a person's body following medical treatment, in your carry-on baggage.

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Mercury thermometers or barometers

A thermometer or barometer containing mercury may only be transported by a representative of a state meteorological bureau or similar official agency. The device should be packed in a durable package with a sealed inner lining or placed in a solid, leak and puncture resistant material bag that prevents mercury from escaping from the package

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Medical or clinical thermometer

You may only carry a medical or clinical thermometer containing mercury in your checked baggage, in its protective case and in the maximum quantity of 1 medical or clinical thermometer per passenger.

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In the hold

Scientific, professional and personal equipment

Equipment for the detection of chemical agents

Chemical agent detection equipment, instruments containing radioactive material not exceeding the activity limits specified in Table 10.3.C. of the IATA Regulations on Hazardous Articles, i.e. a chemical agent detector (CAM) and/or a rapid alert and identification device (RAID-M), may only be carried by members of the staff of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPAC) on official travel, securely packed and without lithium batteries.

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Articles that generate heat

Battery-powered equipment capable of generating extreme heat, such as immersion lamps and welding equipment, may be transported with permission if the heat producing component is secured, packed separately and the battery is protected against short circuit.

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Non-radioactive medical or personal care items

You can carry non-radioactive medical or personal hygiene items such as hairspray, perfume, eau de cologne and alcohol-containing medicines in your hand luggage. The total net quantity of these items must not exceed 2 Kg o 2 L and the net quantity of each individual item must not exceed 0,5 Kg o 0,5 L. Protect the aerosol drain valves with a cap to avoid the accidental spill.

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Permeation devices

Permeation devices for calibration of air quality monitoring equipment may be transported in the hold if they comply with Special Provision A41 of the IATA Hazardous Articles Regulations and the required packaging requirements.

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In the hold

Safety matches (a small package) or small lighter

You can bring a small pack of safety matches or a small lighter containing only liquefied gas and intended for personal use in the cabin (on your person).
The carriage of lighter fuel and lighter refills, either on the person or as baggage, by hand or in the hold is prohibited.

It is forbidden to carry non-security matches (to be rubbed on any surface) and blue flame or cigar lighters either on the person or as baggage, in the hand or in the hold.

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In the hold

Dry ice (solid carbon dioxide)

You can transport dry ice (solid carbon dioxide), in quantities not exceeding 2,5 Kg per passenger if used to pack perishable goods, provided that the baggage (the packaging) allows the release of carbon dioxide gas.
Checked baggage must be marked "dry ice" or "solid carbon dioxide" and indicate the presence of dry ice weighing no more than 2.5 kg. .

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Bulbs

You can carry energy-saving light bulbs for personal or domestic use in your hand luggage, provided they are in their original packaging.

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In the hold

Safety briefcases

It is strictly forbidden to carry safety briefcases, cash boxes or bags containing dangerous items such as lithium batteries and/or pyrotechnic material, except in specific cases authorized by EGO Airways.

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In the hold

Batteries and battery-powered devices

Smart luggage with removable batteries

You can carry smart hand luggage in the cabin if equipped with removable batteries, subject to weight and size limits. Leave the battery in the compartment but make sure the case is switched off.

You can also carry smart luggage in the hold by removing the battery and transporting it in the cabin.
If your smart baggage has a non-removable battery, or if it exceeds the weight or size limits provided for the itinerary, it cannot be carried on board EGO Airways flights

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Batterie

You may carry spare/separate batteries, including lithium or lithium-ion cells or batteries, for portable electronic devices as hand luggage only. Replacement batteries" also include items whose main function is to provide power, such as portable battery chargers (power bank). Each passenger can carry up to 20 spare batteries, individually protected to prevent short circuits.

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Lithium batteries: portable electronic devices

You can carry portable electronic devices containing lithium batteries or lithium-ion cells or batteries in your carry-on baggage, including medical devices such as portable oxygen concentrators (POCs) and personal electronic equipment such as cameras, mobile phones, laptops and tablets.

For lithium batteries, the lithium content must not exceed 2 g, and for lithium ion batteries, the watt hour value must not exceed 100 watt-hours. Each passenger may carry a maximum of 15 personal electronic devices.

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In the hold

Lithium batteries: security equipment

Safety equipment containing lithium batteries may only be accepted after consultation with the Group Security Office.

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Batteries, spare or separate, with an energy rating greater than 100 watt-hours or a lithium content greater than 2 grams

Replacement or separate lithium batteries with an energy exceeding 100 watt-hours (but not exceeding 160 watt-hours) for personal electronic devices and portable medical electronic devices (PMED) or with a lithium content exceeding 2 g (but not exceeding 8 g) for portable medical electronic devices only.
You can carry a maximum of 2 spare batteries, individually protected, exclusively as hand luggage.

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Electronic devices powered by lithium batteries

Lithium-ion batteries for portable electronic devices (including medical devices), with energy above 100 watt-hours (but not exceeding 160 watt-hours). For portable medical electronic devices only, lithium batteries with a lithium content exceeding 2 g but not exceeding 8 g may be carried.

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Portable electronic devices containing watertight batteries

For portable electronic devices containing watertight batteries, the batteries must comply with Special Provision A67 of the IATA Hazardous Articles Regulations and must have a voltage not exceeding 12 volts and energy not exceeding 100 watt-hours. You may carry a maximum of 2 spare batteries.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE ON THE BATTERIES OF SOME MACBOOK PRO UNITS

Apple has announced the voluntary recall of a limited number of previous generation 15" MacBook Pro units, which contain a battery that may overheat and pose a security risk. The units were sold primarily between September 2015 and February 2017 and can be identified by the manufacturer's website with the product serial number. The recall does not apply to any other 15" MacBook Pro unit or other Mac notebook.

If you have a unit that is subject to recall, do not bring it on board.

If you have inadvertently brought one of these devices on board, pay close attention to the following provisions:
•    Notify EGO Airways staff on board immediately;
•    Always keep the device off and not charging during the entire flight;
•    In case of overheating or emission of smoke or flames, immediately alert the crew on board.

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Drones

For security reasons, drones may only be carried in checked baggage. If you wish to transport a drone, we require you to secure the lithium batteries inside it or remove them and store them in your hand baggage. This rule is valid at all times: even in the case of transfer or transit to our flights by a different airline that allows drones to be carried in your hand baggage.

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In the hold

Electronic cigarettes

Electronic cigarettes (including electronic cigars, electronic pipes, incense burners, portable electric perfumes or other personal vaporizers) with battery can be packed in hand luggage. Remember to protect them individually to prevent accidental activation.

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In the hold

Alcoholic drinks

Alcoholic drinks

You may carry alcoholic beverages containing between 24% and 70% alcohol by volume in the cabin provided they are in their original packaging and do not exceed 5 litres, for a total net quantity per passenger of 5 litres.

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In the hold

Compressed gas cartridges and canisters

Non-flammable, non-toxic class 2 aerosols. 2

You can transport non-flammable, non-toxic class 2. 2 aerosols for sports or domestic use. The total net quantity of non-radioactive medicinal products or personal care articles and non-toxic non- toxic Class 2. 2 aerosols shall not exceed 2 Kg or 2 L and the net quantity of each article shall not exceed 0.5 Kg or 0.5 L. Always protect aerosol drain valves with a cap to prevent accidental spillage.

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In the hold

Hair curler containing gaseous hydrocarbons

You can carry curling irons containing gaseous hydrocarbons, with safety protection firmly attached to the heating element. Maximum quantity is 1 per passenger or crew member.

It is strictly forbidden to use curling irons on board. It is always forbidden to carry gas refills for curling irons both in hand luggage and in the hold.

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Gas cartridges, small, non-flammable

You can carry cartridges of gas, small, non-flammable, containing carbon dioxide or other suitable class 2 gas. 2. The permitted quantity is up to 2 small cartridges mounted in a self-inflating safety device such as a life jacket. Not more than 1 device per passenger, up to 2 small cartridges per passenger, not more than 4 cartridges up to 50 ml capacity for the other devices.

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Avalanche Backpack

You can carry 1 avalanche backpack containing a class 2 compressed gas cartridge. 2. even if equipped with a pyrotechnic trigger mechanism (with no more than 200 mg net class 1.4S). Make sure to pack the backpack carefully to avoid accidental activation.
The airbags inside the backpacks must be equipped with pressure relief valves..

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Fuel and fuel cells

Fuel cells

You can carry fuel cells in your hand luggage to power portable electronic devices (e.g. cameras, mobile phones, laptops and camcorders).

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In the hold

Fuel cells

You can carry spare fuel cells for portable electronic devices in your hand luggage.

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In the hold

Fornelli da campeggio e bombole di combustibile

You can only transport camping stoves and fuel bottles if they are empty or if you have removed the liquid contained in them and secured the devices.

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Internal combustion or fuel cell engines

To transport internal combustion engines or fuel cell engines, they must meet the requirements of Special Provision A70 of the IATA Regulations on Hazardous Items. It is essential that the engine is free of fuel.

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In the hold

Wheelchairs and battery-powered mobility devices

Watertight mobility devices

You can carry wheelchairs or similar battery-powered mobility devices with watertight wet cell batteries that meet Special Provision A123 or A199 of the IATA Hazardous Articles Regulations. Always protect batteries from short circuits and make sure the battery is securely attached to the device.

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Non-tight mobility devices

You can transport wheelchairs powered by batteries or other similar mobility devices, with non-tight batteries or lithium batteries. Leave the battery mounted on the wheelchair, provided that the wheelchair or mobility device can always be charged, stored, secured and discharged in an upright position. Protect the battery terminals from short circuits and ensure that the battery is securely attached to the device.

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Powdered substances

Powdered substances

Powdered substances over 340 g / 350 ml may be prohibited in hand luggage.
This restriction does not include baby food, prescription drugs and human remains. If you have purchased powdered substances at airport Duty Free you can transport them in resealable transparent bags, always with proof of purchase.

Important for passengers on continuing flights to the United States: as of June 30, 2018, powdered substances over i 340 g / 350 ml must be stowed in hold baggage.

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