Prohibited items

Do you need to feel safe on the plane ? That’s why certain items are not permitted on board !

Regulation of the European Union N°185/2010 by the Commission on March 4, 2010

So as not to delay security procedures and to avoid your products being confiscated before boarding, please take the following information into consideration!

FR L 55/20 Official Journal of the European Union 5.3.2010
Passengers may not carry the following items in their checked baggage:
Explosive or incendiary substances or devices which could be used to cause serious injury or jeopardize the safety of an aircraft, in particular:

  • fuses
  • matches, lighters
  • chlorine, mercury
  • detonators and detonating cords
  • mines, grenades and other military explosives
  • fireworks and other pyrotechnics
  • bombs and smoke-generating cartridges
  • aerosols (with the exception of perfumes and medication)
  • paint
  • dynamite, powder and plastic explosives

Pretty reassuring not to have these on board, isn’t it?

Prohibited objects

The following items are strictly prohibited on board the aircraft:

Lithium batteries

Lithium batteries : conditions of acceptance please see the document here, for more information.

Still have questions?

You will probably find your answers on the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) website in the PackSafe for Passengers section.

And don't forget, in case of any doubt, leave it out.