In addition to the free baggage allowance provided herein, each passenger may carry, without additional charges, the following personal effect for use in enplaning, deplaning, or in-flight only when retained in the passenger’s custody.
In addition to one piece of cabin baggage or package, you may also be permitted to carry the following items, subject to Security Regulations:
For the safety of our passengers, crew, and aircraft, the following items are either prohibited or restricted on all aircraft. Please ensure that you do not pack items specified in this list in your checked-in and hand-carry baggage. Medically necessary needles and syringes are exempt from these prohibitions if passengers have in their possession prescription medication with a professionally printed label that identifies the medical office, pharmacy, or manufacturer of the medication.
Passengers are prohibited from carrying these items in either your checked-in and hand-carry baggage. The list of prohibited items are as follows:
Note: Failure to declare hazardous materials may result in civil or criminal penalties for passengers. All airlines are required to report violations to the relevant government authorities.
Passengers are not allowed to carry the following items in their hand-carry baggage for passengers. safety and security reasons. To minimize inconvenience, you are advised to check in or put these items in your checked-in baggage instead:
Please note that these items will be retrieved at the boarding gate by the local authorities and depending on local conditions, the items may not be returned to you.
Carriage of E-cigarettes:
Electronic cigarettes, also known as E-cigarettes, personal vaporizers or electronic nicotine delivery systems, are allowed only in hand-carry baggage. Use of e-cigarettes in the cabin is prohibited at all times.
Carriage of Lithium Batteries:
Wheelchairs, mobility aids and assistive devices that are powered by lithium batteries and required for use by passengers will be allowed on board as checked-in baggage in conformance to the requirements stated in IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations. Passengers are requested to inform our Reservations department 48 hours in advance and also alert our check-in staff at the airport.
The general requirements are as follows:
1.The power rating of the lithium battery must not exceed 300Wh or for a device that is fitted with two (02) batteries required for operation, the power rating of each lithium battery must not exceed 160Wh.
2. A maximum of one (01) spare lithium battery not exceeding 300Wh or two (02) spares each not exceeding 160Wh may be carried in the passenger cabin of the aircraft. The spare batteries are not allowed as checked-in baggage.
Battery(ies) that cannot be removed from the wheelchair, mobility aid or assistive device:
1. The battery(ies) must protected from short circuit by insulating the terminals (e.g. by taping over exposed terminals);
2. The battery(ies) is securely attached to the wheelchair, mobility aid or assistive device;
3. Electrical circuits have been inhibited to prevent accidental activation.
Battery(ies) that can be removed from the wheelchair, mobility aid or assistive device:
1.The battery(ies) must be protected from short circuit by insulating the terminals;
2.The battery(ies) must be carried in the passenger cabin.
All small lithium battery-powered personal transportation devices (e.g. mini-Segway, hoverboard, solowheel, airwheel, balance wheel, etc.) are prohibited as checked-in and hand-carry baggage. If these items are brought to the airport, they will be refused at check-in. It will be the passenger's responsibility to arrange for the storage or disposal of such items prior to boarding.
For other devices operated by lithium batteries, please refer to the guidelines below with regards to its carriage either in your checked-in and hand-carry baggage.