Find out about goods classified as dangerous and their transport requirements:
The following goods are classified as prohibited objects:
Pistols, revolvers, rifles, shotguns, firearm replicas and imitations, parts of firearms (except for sights or telescopic sights).
Other types of weapons
Compressed air guns and rifles, signal rockets, starter pistols, harpoons and underwater fishing rifles, deep water crossbows and slingshots.
Sharp or pointy objects
Bladed weapons or comparable toys. axes, harpoons, javelins, arrows and darts, knives and scissors with 6 cm blades or longer, sabres, swords, bayonets, machetes and throwing stars.
Drills, drill bits, professional knives, saws, screwdrivers, levers, hammers, pliers, keys, welding blowtorches.
Baseball bats, sticks and clubs, paddles, skateboards, billiard cues and fishing rods, martial arts equipment.
Small vehicles powered with lithium batteries
Airwheel, solowheel, hoverboards, mini-segways, balance wheels, electric scooters, self-balancing skateboards, self-balancing electrical device, etc.
Liquids in containers over 100 ml and a total exceeding 1 L.
Miscellaneous dangerous goods
Environmentally hazardous substances, magnetised material, lithium batteries, genetically modified organisms.
If you transport electronic cigarettes, they must go in your hand luggage, NEVER in checked baggage. These items present a potential risk of overheating, which can cause the baggage holding it to ignite. This risk also applies to the parts or devices used with electronic cigarettes, such as batteries, resistors and vaporizers.
Luggage equipped with lithium batteries, non-removable batteries that exceed 0.3 g lithium metal or 2.7 Wh for lithium ion.
Percussion caps, detonators, fuses, grenades, mines, explosives
Propane, butane, acetylene, oxygen, nitrogen, insecticides, compressed air bottles for diving, refills for lighters, fire extinguishers.
Petrol, diesel, methanol, paints, varnishes, turpentine, solvents, diluents, oil, adhesives, alcohol.
Flammable solids and reactive substances
Magnesium, celluloid film, sulphur, coal, matches.
Oxidants and organic peroxides
Fertilizers, chlorates and body repair kits.
Rodenticides, insecticides, poisons, herbicides, pesticides, arsenic, infected blood, bacteria, viruses.
Isotopes for medical or commercial use, etc.
Acids, mercury, bleach, automotive batteries, chlorine.
Air Europa allows the transport of up to 2.5 kg of dry ice per person, subject to authorisation.
Medicines must be carried separately from hand luggage and checked baggage for rapid identification and must comply with the regulations on dangerous goods.
We offer support over long distances, going up/down stairs or all the way to your seat on the plane.
You decide the type of assistance you would like.
Any device that transmits or receives communications must remain in "Flight Mode". If your device does not have "Flight Mode", it must be turned off for the duration of the flight.
Check the different electrical appliances that can be used during the flight and their conditions here.
Passengers can transport a drone if they meet the security terms and conditions for transporting lithium batteries.
The drone can be transported in the cabin as hand baggage provided that it does not exceed the hand baggage dimension and weight limits.
In addition, you must inform the airline of the drone model and its technical specifications by sending an email to the following address: email@example.com
Batteries are used to supply electrical current to the electronic devices we use daily. They can be made of different materials and sizes, so their method of transport may vary.
Check the conditions for transporting them
Dangerous goods are items or substances that are capable of putting health, safety, property, or the environment at risk.
They exhibit the following properties: explosives, flammable and non-flammable gases and toxic gases, flammable liquids and solids, oxidisers (oxidising agents), toxic and infectious substances, radioactive material, corrosive substances and other objects, including substances that are harmful to the environment, such as: lithium batteries, dry ice, magnetised material, combustion engines, genetically modified organisms, substances maintained at high temperatures, life-saving devices, consumer goods, chemistry sets, and first-aid kits.
These items or substances may NOT be transported in a passenger's luggage, unless otherwise indicated in the following link:
HOW TO TRANSPORT DANGEROUS GOODS
For more information, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org