I am travelling with dangerous goods. What do I need to do?
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Passengers are allowed to carry liquids, aerosols, and/or gels (with caps) in containers with a maximum capacity of 100ml each. All containers must fit comfortably inside a single 1 litre transparent, completely sealed, re-sealable plastic bag. This bag must be presented separately at the security screening point.
Some dangerous goods are permitted to be carried by passengers only in Checked Baggage. Passenger must contact the airline directly to seek permit for carrying these goods.
At the time of check-in, passenger still neeed to declare the goods for final approval before travel. Any passenger who failed to declare the items are liable to prosecution and severe penalties.
If you are travelling with any dangerous (includes firearms and ammunation) you must contact the airline that you are travelling to obtain a permit prioir to departure date.