Dangerous goods


 
The following items are considered as dangerous goods as they can affect both your safety and that of all Passengers. As such they are completely prohibited as carry-on baggage:
1. Bows or arrows
2. Firearms of any size
3. Toy guns
4. Harpoons
5. Fireworks
6. Metal Bars
7. Baseball bats
8. Cricket bats
9. Flares
10. Truncheons
11. Batons
12. Matchboxes
13. Fishing rods
14. Explosive caps
15. Razor blades
16. Knives of any type and size
17. Daggers
18. Screwdrivers
19. Metallic tipped elements
20. Dynamite
21. Lighters for cigars
22. Martial arts items
23. Swords
24. Throwing/Ninja Stars
25. Explosives of any kind
26. Extinguishers
27. Axes or hatchets
28. Flamethrowers
29. Whips
30. Wrenches – pliers
31. Machetes
32. Knuckle dusters
33. Hammers – sledge hammers
34. Chainsaws
35. Hockey sticks
36. Golf clubs
37. Ammunition of any kind
38. Ski poles
39. Ice picks
40. Air guns
41. Shotguns
42. Cattle prods
43. Toxic or paralyzing chemicals or gases
44. Replica/model weapons
45. Saber swords
46. Corkscrews
47. Pepper spray
48. Pool/billiard Cues
49. Drills
50. Tubes
51. Nail clippers with sharp or cutting blade
52. Boxes with points or sharp edges
53. Toys that transform into robots in the shape of a gun
54. Tear gas or any type of hand grenade
55. Perfumes/scents in a grenade shaped container
56. Aerosol containers (containers are allowed up to a maximum of 100 ml., applies to liquids, foams or gel)
57. Metal scissors with pointed tip

 

Note:

• If applicable, transportation of these elements will be carried out exclusively in the aircraft hold. They must be properly packaged so as to avoid any injury to baggage handlers and to guarantee the safety of the flight.