• Corrosives substances such as mercury, vehicle batteries
• Explosives including fireworks, flares and toy guns caps
• Flammable materials including petrol, lighter fuel, paint, thinners, non-safety matches, fire lighters, flammable glue
• Gases including compressed gas cylinders, tear gas, mace, pepper sprays, household aerosols
• Corrosive substances including batteries, mercury, drain cleaners
• Poisons including weed killers, pesticides, insecticides
• Other dangerous goods such as magnetized or radioactive material, toxic or infectious substances like laboratory diagnostic sample
Please note that this is not an exhaustive list.
RESTRICTIONS ON LIQUIDS, AEROSOLS & GELS (LAGS) IN CABIN BAGGAGE
All liquids, gels and aerosols must be in 100 ml/g or smaller containers. Maximum size allowed for each container is 100ml/g.
All liquids, gels and aerosols must be placed in a single, 1000ml/g or less, zip-top, clear plastic bag. Gallon size bags or bags that are not zip-top such as fold-over sandwich bags are not allowed. Each traveller can use only one, 1000ml/g, zip-top, clear plastic bag.
Each traveller must remove their 1000ml/g plastic, zip-top bag from their carry-on and place it in a tray or on the conveyor belt for X-ray screening. X-raying separately will allow Airport Security Officers to more easily examine the declared items.
Please keep in mind that these rules were developed after extensive research and understanding of current threats. They are intended to help air travellers bring essential toiletries and other liquids, gels and aerosols for short trips. If you need larger amounts of liquids, gels and aerosols such as toothpaste or shampoo, please place them in your hold luggage.
Exempt from restrictions apply: -
To medications, baby milk/foods and special dietary requirement. Passengers must declare all such items to security screening point as additional screening will be required.
In respect of liquids purchased either at airport duty free shops, or on board aircraft, on the condition that the liquid is packed in a sealed plastic bag that is both tamper-evident (Sealed Tamper Evident Bag - STEBs) and displays satisfactory proof of purchase at airport duty free shops, or on board aircraft, on the day(s) of the journey for departing as well as transit passengers (passengers departing from an airport on the same flight as that on which they arrived).
Transfer passengers (passengers making direct connections between two different flights) are informed that through the Transfer Screening Point:
Any oversized LAGS in their possession shall not be allowed and must be dumped.
This also applies to their purchase of liquids items at the airport of original embarkation or on board of Aircraft which shall be confiscated irrespective of whether these oversized LAGS is placed in sealed transparent plastic bags.