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Transport Provisions for Dangerous Goods

In accordance with the provisions in Article 101 of the Civil Aviation Law of the People's Republic of China, “The consigning of dangerous goods for shipment under the name of non-dangerous goods is prohibited. Passengers carrying dangerous goods on their persons are prohibited from flying in a civil aircraft. Passengers bringing firearms or controlled knives are prohibited from flying in a civil aircraft unless they are performing official duties and approved in accordance with State regulations. The consigning of dangerous goods as baggage for shipment against the provisions stipulated by the competent civil aviation authority under the State Council is prohibited.” Any person who conceals and brings dangerous goods aboard while flying in a civil aircraft, shall be investigated for his or her criminal responsibility under the provisions of Criminal Law in case consequences result from such act.

a) The following dangerous goods shall not be included in Passengers' checked baggage or carry-on baggage:

1) Explosives, including ammunition, blasting supplies and fireworks (excluding small arms ammunition used for sporting events and previously authorized by the carriers);

2) Gases, including hydrogen, oxygen, butane and other bottled compressed gases and liquefied gases;

3) Flammable liquids, such as gasoline, kerosene, diesel, benzene, ethanol (alcohol), paint and rosin oil;

4) Flammable solids, substances prone to spontaneous combustion and substances releasing flammable gas when wet, such as matches, flashlight powder, solid alcohol, celluloid, and other flammable solids; yellow or white phosphorous, nitrocellulose (including film), oilpaper and its products, and other articles prone to spontaneous combustion; metallic sodium, potassium, calcium carbide (acetylide), Mg-Al powder, and other articles releasing flammable gas when wet;

5) Oxidizing substances and organic peroxides, including sodium dioxide, potassium peroxide, lead peroxide, acetyl hydro peroxide, and other inorganic and organic oxidants;

6) Toxic and infectious substances, including cyanide, highly toxic pesticides, and other toxic articles;

7) Radioactive materials, such as radioisotopes, and other radioactive particles;

8) Corrosives, including sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, nitric acid, liquid storage batteries, sodium hydroxide and potassium hydroxide;

9) Other articles hazarding flight safety as specified in ICAO Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air, such as strong magnetic material possibly interfering the normal working of aircraft instruments and substances with strong irritant odors;

10) Other articles that are not permitted to be carried or transported as stipulated by Chinese laws and regulations.

b) Transportation provisions for lithium batteries in Passengers' baggage For lithium batteries with no more than 2 grams of lithium content and lithium-ion batteries with no more than 100 Watt Hours of rated power, the reasonable number of batteries that would be needed by the device if used during flight shall constitute a standard to measure the number of spare batteries allowed; for large lithium-ion batteries with 100~160 Watt Hours of rated power, approved by the air carriers, the number of spare batteries carried by each passenger shall not exceed 2 pieces. Devices containing lithium batteries can be placed in checked baggage or carry-on baggage; spare lithium batteries can be placed in carry-on baggage only.

Operating Conditions for Lithium Batteries in Passengers' Baggage

1) Scope
All Passengers' electronic devices for personal use (such as watches, calculators, cameras, mobile phones, laptop computers, camcorders, etc.) and spare batteries, including lithium batteries, may be placed in baggage and taken onto the aircraft.Note: Lithium batteries include lithium-ion batteries (a lithium polymer battery is one kind of lithium-ion battery) and lithium batteries (a lithium alloy battery is one kind of lithium battery)

2) Content
restrictions The following requirements on the lithium content and rated power shall be satisfied by all spare batteries or batteries in all devices transported as baggage:
a)The lithium content of one lithium or lithium alloy battery shall be not more than 2 grams;
b)The rated power of lithium-ion batteries shall be not more than 100 Watt Hours;
c)Approved by the air carriers, the rated power of large lithium-ion batteries may be more than 100 Watt Hours but shall not exceed 160 Watt Hours.

3) Protection
measures Necessary protection measures shall be taken for each spare battery to prevent short circuits, including placing spare batteries in the original retail packaging or insulating the electrodes, by protecting the exposed electrodes with adhesive tape or placing each battery into individual plastic bags or protective bags.
Devices with batteries shall be designed to prevent accidental activation. 4) Number of spare batteries For lithium batteries with no more than 2 grams of lithium content and lithium-ion batteries with no more than 100 Watt Hours of rated power, the number of batteries that is reasonably needed by the device during the flight shall constitute a standard to measure the number of spare batteries carried;
Watt Hours of rated power, approved by the air carriers, the number of spare batteries carried by each passenger shall not exceed 2 pieces.

4) Number of spare batteries
For lithium batteries with no more than 2 grams of lithium content and lithium-ion batteries with no more than 100 Watt Hours of rated power, the number of batteries that is reasonably needed by the device during the flight shall constitute a standard to measure the number of spare batteries carried;
For large lithium-ion batteries with 100~160 Watt Hours of rated power, approved by the air carriers, the number of spare batteries carried by each passenger shall not exceed 2 pieces.

5) Types of baggage
Devices containing lithium batteries can be placed in checked baggage or carry-on baggage; spare lithium batteries can be placed in carry-on baggage only. The specific requirements are as follows:

Type of battery Limitation on lithiumcontent or power Type of baggage Limitation on quantity Approval by theair carriers required or not Protection measures
Device containing lithium batteries
≤100Wh or ≤2g
100Wh~160Wh
Checked baggage or Carry-on baggage
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No approval required
Approval by the air carriers required
Measures to prevent accidental activation
Spare lithium batteries
≤100Wh or ≤2g
100Wh~160Wh
Carry-on baggage
See Article 4
 
2 pieces per person
No approval required
Approval by the air carriers required
Measures to be taken for each battery to prevent short circuits

6) Illustration

Lithium metal battery illustration

Lithium metal battery illustration-1

Lithium metal battery illustration-2

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