Executive and Personal Charter Service
Baggage must not include articles:
- Which are likely to be damaged by air carriage or
- Which are unsuitably packed or
- Carriage of which is forbidden by any applicable law, regulation or order of any state to be flown from, into or over.
Transport Canada and IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations prohibit for safety reasons the carriage of dangerous goods in baggage.
1) The following types of restricted articles are not to be carried in your baggage:
- Explosives, firearms, munitions, fireworks and flares.
- Compressed gases (flammable, non-flammable or poisonous) such as camping gas, butane, oxygen, propane, aqualung cylinders.
- Flammable liquids and solids such as paint, thinner, lighter or heating fluids, cleaners, disposable lighters, matches, adhesives and other articles easily ignited.
- Aerosols containing polishes, waxes and degreasers.
- Oxidizing materials such as bleaching powder and peroxides.
- Poisons such as arsenic, cyanides, insecticides and weed killers.
- Infectious substances such as bacteria and virus cultures.
- Radioactive materials.
- Corrosives such as acids, alkalize, wet cell batteries, mercury and apparatus containing mercury.
- Magnetized materials.
- Briefcases and attach� cases with installed alarm devices.
- Other noxious materials, which may endanger the safety of aircraft, person or property.
2). The following items are exempted from the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations and may be carried in the baggage subject to the quantity and conditions shown:
- Medicinal and toilet articles for personal use, such as hair sprays, perfumes and medicines containing alcohol, may be carried as either checked baggage or cabin baggage when the total net quantity of all packages does not exceed 2 kg or 2 litres and the net to quantity of each single package does not exceed 0.5 kg or 1/2 litre.
- Dry ice, when used to preserve perishable items, providing the quantity of dry ice does not exceed 2 kgs and the package permits the release of gas. Carriage may be in carry-on or checked baggage, but when in checked baggage Canadian Air Charters agreement is required.
- Alcoholic beverages as cabin baggage only.
- With approval from Canadian Air Charters, small oxygen cylinders worn by passengers for the operation of mechanical limbs.
- Lighters and matches for personal use may only be carried on your person or in the cabin luggage.
- Cardiac pacemakers containing radioactive materials - only when surgically implanted.
- Catalytic hair curlers containing hydrocarbon gas - one per passenger in checked baggage only (refills prohibited).
- Battery powered (only non-spill able batteries) wheelchairs - check with the carrier(s) concerned.