> Dangerous goods
To ensure safety on board, a large number of objects and liquids are prohibited. This applies to both checked baggage and hand baggage.
Some examples of dangerous goods:
- Compressed gases (e.g. gas cartridges for air pump)
- Corrosive and combustible liquids
- Substances that contain bacteria or viruses
Lithium batteries must always be carried in hand luggage, and they may not be stronger than 160 Wh per battery. If the battery strength is between 100 - 160 Wh, you must obtain a transport permission from Jet Time Passenger Service.
One passenger may bring maximum two lithium batteries. Batteries should be carried separately from the device(s) they are used in and protected from short circuit.
If the lithium batteries are used in an electric wheelchair, the maximum strength is either 300 Wh (in case of using one battery only) or 2 x 160 Wh (in case of using two batteries). Other lithium battery powered vehicles and movement devices (e.g. Hoverboards, Segboards, Balanceboards, lithium powered ebikes etc.), are not permitted on any Jet Time flight.
Important information - Samsung Galaxy Note 7
Due to safety reasons the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices are totally forbidden on Jet Time flight, meaning passengers are not allowed to have them in their checked baggage, hand baggage or on their person. Passengers in the possession of this device will be denied boarding.
Passengers who currently use a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phone should contact Samsung or their wireless carrier immediately to obtain information about how to return their phones.
> Read more about dangerous goods on IATAs website here...