Dangerous goods are articles or substances which have the potential to pose a risk to the health and safety of the passengers, public property or the surrounding environment. The carriage of the following items is strictly prohibited:
- Explosives – fireworks, ammunition, flares etc.
- Compressed gases such as butane, oxygen, nitrogen
- Flammable liquids and solids such as lighter fluid and refills, matches, paint, tinkers, lighters, camping and household stoves with fuel
- Radioactive materials
- Corrosives such as acids, mercury barometers and wet cell batteries
- Poisonous and infectious substances such as insecticides, weed killers, live viruses
- Oxidizing materials such as bleaching powder peroxides
- Other dangerous articles such as magnetized materials, dry ice, irritating materials and etc.
Although for safety reasons use of electronic devices is prohibited on our planes use of devices such as portable CD players, laptops, electric razors is allowed except during take-off or landing.
Restricted Carry-on Items
For security reasons any items that may be used to pose a threat to passengers in any way are prohibited on board. Such items include, but are not limited to knives, sharp objects and certain sporting equipment such as golf clubs, baseball bats and other dangerous items. These items should be packed in your checked in baggage. If any of these items are found in your carry-on baggage, they will be confiscated by our security. Eznis Airways shall bear no responsibility for the confiscated items.
Liquid & Gel materials
All liquids such as gels, lotions and pastes in quantities not greater than 100 ml may be carried in your carry-on baggage. This may include:
Medicines, Shampoo, Hair gel, hair spray, Liquid or aerosol deodorants, Perfumes, Water and other drinks
Additional liquid substances may be carried as checked in baggage but should not be greater than 1000 ml. Although baby food and medications are allowed on board please note that you may need to show doctor's prescriptions or other eligible documents as proof.