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Dangerous goods and prohibited items

In compliance with Supplement No. 1 to the Pre-flight and Post-flight Inspection Rules approved by Order No. 104 of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation dated July 25, 2007, it is forbidden for passengers to transport on board the aircraft in registered luggage or in personal belongings, the following dangerous substances and objects:

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 Explosive substances and arms
Toxic and poisonous substances 
Highly flammable liquids
 Flammable hard substances 
 Radioactive materials 
 Compressed and liquefied gases 
 Oxidizers and organic peroxides 
 Toxic substances 
 Acidic and corrosive substances, 


and other dangerous substances, items and goods that can be used as a weapon to attack passengers, aircraft crew, and pose a threat to the flight.

Crew members and passengers are allowed to transport on board the aircraft the following objects and substances in compliance with the regulations:

    In registered luggage in cargo or luggage compartments of the aircraft with restricted access by passengers during the flight:

  • crossbows, underwater guns, cavalry swords, sabers, hatchets, yataghans, broadswords, swords, rapiers, bayonets, daggers, knives: hunting, flick-knives, knives with latched locks, replicas of any types of arms;
  • household knives (scissors) with blade length above 60 mm; alcoholic beverages between 24% and 70% proof in containers with a capacity of no more than 5 liters; in a receptacle intended for retail trade – not more than 5 liters per passenger;
  • liquids and alcoholic beverages no more than 24% proof;
  • aerosols designed for sport or household use, which emission valves of spray-cans are protected by caps from spontaneous emission of their contents with a capacity of no more than 0.5 kg or 500 ml — not more than 2 kg or 2 liters per passenger.


In passengers’ personal belongings:
  • medical thermometer — one per passenger;
  • mercury tonometer in standard casing — one per passenger;
  • mercury barometer or manometer packaged in airtight container and sealed by the sender’s stamp;
  • disposable lighters — one per passenger;
  • dry ice for cooling perishable products — not more than 2 kg per passenger;
  • 3% hydrogen peroxide — not more than 100 ml per passenger;

liquids, gels and aerosols classified as non-dangerous: in containers with capacity of not more than 100 ml (or equivalent capacity in other measurement units), packed in a sealed transparent plastic bag with a volume of not more than 1 liter — one plastic bag per passenger.
    Liquids in containers

with a capacity of more than 100 ml are not permitted to be transported even if the container is only partially filled.
Exceptions for transportation are made for medication, baby food and special diet requirements.
   
Liquids, purchased in Duty Free shops in airport

Liquids purchased in Duty Free shops at the airport or on board the aircraft must be packed in a sealed plastic bag that allows the contents of the bag to be identified at any time during the flight, and with authentic confirmation that the purchase was made in the Duty Free section of an airport shops or on board aircraft on the day (days) of the trip.

The airport’s, airlines’ or operator’s administration have the right to introduce new sanctions to ensure the flight safety, and therefore may forbid the transportation of the following objects in aircraft cabin:

  • corkscrews;
  • needles for subcutaneous injections (if no medical justification is produced);
  • knitting needles;
  • scissors with a blade length of less than 60 mm;
  • folding (without fixation device) travel knives, penknives with a blade length of less than 60 mm.

Regulations concerning the carriage of electronic smoking devices on JSC Aurora Airlines’ flights

  • carriage of electronic cigarettes is allowed only in aircraft cabin (in personal belongings of passengers);
  • smoking of electronic cigarettes on board aircrafts is prohibited;
  • carriage of electronic cigarettes in registered baggage is prohibited. 

Small-sized personal movement devices

Objects and items Location Restrictions
Registered baggage Carry-on At hand At operator’s consent only Upon notification of a pilot-in-command  
Portable battery-powered electronic smoking devices (for instance, electronic cigarettes, electronic panatelas, electronic cigars, electronic pipes, personal vaporizers, electronic nicotine-delivery systems). No Yes Yes No No Carried by passengers or crew members for personal use;
spare batteries should be isolated to prevent short circuit (by placing them in original package or using any other methods of terminal isolation);
specifications for each battery shall not exceed the following:
content of lithium: 2 g in lithium-metal batteries;
specific capacity of lithium-ion batteries: 100 Wh;
operation of devices on board aircraft is prohibited;
charging of devices and/or batteries on board aircraft is prohibited.

Carriage of small-sized personal movement devices operated with lithium batteries, as the registered baggage and carry-on

Small-sized personal movement devices include:

  • unicycles
  • segway (or mini segway);
  • hoverboards;
  • gyroscooters
  • electric scooters


As recommended by IATA, air carriage of the mentioned devices on JSC Aurora Airlines’ flights is possible as the registered baggage provided that such movement devices do not contain a lithium battery.

A lithium battery removed from a movement device is permitted to be transported only in carry-on provided that capacity of such battery is within rated range of 160 Watt-hour (Wh).

Small-sized devices with integrated (irremovable) lithium batteries are permitted for transportation if they are registered as “dangerous goods” at the air cargo terminal.

INFORMATION STATEMENT

Any lithium battery-powered electronic devises must be completely turned off (not being in standby mode or lower-power mode) and placed in a protective package to prevent their unintentional activation or damage. The suitable protection may be ensured by a hard suitcase and/or cushioning materials such as clothes, to prevent any shifting of devices.

The possibility of air carriage of any lithium battery depends on its configuration and energy storage capacity (Watt/hour) (for chargeable lithium-ion / polymer batteries) or content of lithium (for non-chargeable lithium-metal batteries).

For the purpose of your personal safety and safety of other passengers, please consider the following requirements and read detailed instructions for carriage of lithium batteries.

Lithium-ion batteries with specific capacity of up to 100 Wh*
(Lithium-metal batteries with lithium content of less than 2 g (LC))
Lithium-ion batteries with specific capacity of 100 to 160 Wh*
( Lithium-metal batteries with lithium content of 2 to 8 g (LC))
Lithium-ion batteries with specific capacity of more than 160 Wh* Small-sized personal movement devices.
Lithium-ion battery-powered
Examples:
· mobile phones;
· video cameras;
· watches;
· portable music players;
· laptops;
· portable medical devices.
In carry-on
· allowed inside equipment;
· spare batteries should be isolated to prevent short circuit (for instance, by placing them in original package, taping their open terminals, placing each battery in individual plastic bags or protective bags).
In registered baggage
· must be placed inside the equipment;
· the measures to prevent their automatic actuation shall be taken;
· carriage of spare batteries (not installed in the equipment) is prohibited.
Examples:
·    extended life laptops;
·    professional audio and video equipment;
·    portable medical devices.
In carry-on
·    the airlines’ permission is required (via Call Center or through the airlines’ representative at off-base airport);
·    allowed inside equipment;
·    the measures to prevent their automatic actuation shall be taken;
·    spare batteries should be isolated to prevent short circuit (for instance, by placing them in original package, taping their open terminals, placing each battery in individual plastic bags or protective bags);
·    one passenger is permitted to carry not more than two spare lithium-metal batteries.
In registered baggage
·    the airlines’ permission is required;
·    must be placed inside the equipment;
·    the measures to prevent their automatic actuation shall be taken;
·    carriage of spare batteries (not installed in the equipment) is prohibited.
 
Examples:
·       industrial gears included in some electric and hybrid vehicles;
·       mobile devices and mopeds.
  Carriage in baggage or carry-on is prohibited
must be presented for transportation as dangerous goods subject to Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air (Doc 9284 AN\905).
  Exceptions:
Wheelchairs or similar mobile means of travel, operated with lithium-ion batteries having the specific capacity of over 160 Wh, and used by passengers with reduced mobility due to special health condition, age or temporary requirements (for instance, leg fracture).
Conditions for permitted special carriage of a mobile mean / wheelchair:
1. Notify a pilot-in-command of the location of lithium-ion battery(ies).
2. The airlines’ permission is required.
3. Any means of travel must be carried in such a manner to prevent any damages thereto due to the shifting of baggage, mail, onboard supplies or any other goods.
4. may be carried as registered baggage provided that:
·       battery terminals are protected from short circuits (for instance, by placing in a battery box);
·       a battery is properly secured in a mean of travel;
·       electric circuits are isolated.
5. If a mobile mean / wheelchair has such design that a battery may be removed by user (for instance, folding one), then:
·       battery must be removed;
·       batteries must be protected from short circuits by isolating their terminals (taping);
·       removed batteries must be protected from any damages (placed in a protective package). Batteries must be carried in passenger’s cabin;
·       battery capacity must be within 300 Wh;
·       only one spare battery with capacity of less than 300 Wh, or two spare batteries each with capacity of  less than 160 Wh, are allowed to be carried.
Examples:
·    unicycles
·    segway (or mini segway);
·    hoverboards;
·    gyroscooters
·    electric scooters
As recommended by IATA, air carriage of the mentioned devices on JSC Aurora Airlines’ flights is possible as the registered baggage provided that such movement devices do not contain a lithium battery.
A lithium battery removed from a movement device is permitted to be transported only in carry-on provided that capacity of such battery is within rated range of 160 Watt-hour (Wh).
Small-sized devices with integrated (irremovable) lithium batteries are permitted for transportation if they are registered as “dangerous goods” at the air cargo terminal.

*1 Wh = 1 V · 1 Ah

Regulations concerning the carriage of mercury containing devices on JSC Aurora Airlines’ flights

Object or items Location Restrictions
Registered baggage Carry-on At hand At operator’s consent only Upon notification of a pilot-in-command
Small mercury medical or clinical thermometer Yes No No No No ·        Not more than one thermometer per person;
·        must be for personal use only;
·        must be placed in a protective case.
Mercury barometer or mercury manometer No Yes Yes Yes Yes ·        Not more than one thermometer per person;
·        must not be carried by representatives of a government weather bureau or similar official authority;
·        pilot-in-command must be notified;
·        must be packed in a solid outer bag consisting of a thickened internal liner, or bag made of solid impermeable or puncture sealing material resistant to mercury release from a cargo compartment irrespective of its location.

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