Forbidden and hidden dangerous goods
Forbidden dangerous goods
The information below shows examples of common items that are classified as dangerous goods. These are forbidden to be carried by passengers on an aircraft:
Hidden dangerous goods
What you can carry and where?
If you’re travelling with power banks and spare or loose batteries, they must be packed into your carry-on baggage only. For further information view the CASA Safety Video - Travelling Safely with lithium batteries
Passengers are permitted to carry certain dangerous goods provided specific requirements are complied with:
- Allowances are for personal use only.
- Commercial quantities are not permitted as passenger baggage and must be sent as freight.
Important: It is the responsibility of the passenger to check carriage requirements of dangerous goods, as they may differ from other airlines and countries.
Things to know
Finnair operated Qantas flight (QF291, QF292, QF295 and QF296)
If you have a Qantas Dangerous Goods annual approval it will not be valid. If you don’t have one or require approval, we’ll review your item once you arrive at the airport. Allow time and ensure it is compliant with Finnair’s policy on travelling with restricted items
Important information regarding electronic devices
Qantas Group customers are advised to refer to the Product Safety website for a list of products that contain dangerous goods that have been recalled due to faults.
Customers planning to travel with these products should refer to the original manufacturer for further information and recall instructions.