Requirements for Domestic and Regional Travel during Covid19 More Details

Items Not to be Included in Unchecked Baggage

The following list (aligned with ICAO and IATA recommended practice) is provided as a guideline of what items are not to be allowed in the cabin of Airlink aircraft.  Items indicated on this list, except firearms and ammunition, may however be carried in the checked baggage of passengers.  This does not include the obvious items considered as harmful items i.e. knives, firearms, explosives, grenades, etc.

  • Baseball bats
  • Cricket bats
  • Tennis racquets
  • Squash racquets
  • Badminton racquets
  • Golf clubs
  • Pool cues
  • Blackjacks
  • Ice axe / Ice pick
  • Martial Arts devices

  • Ammunition See Chapter 4.10
  • Hunting Knives
  • Throwing stars
  • Brass Knuckles
  • Blackjacks

  • Box cutters
  • Duct tape
  • Heavy tools (Wrenches, Pliers etc)
  • Metal scissors with pointed tips
  • Screw drivers
  • Hammers
  • Portable power drills
  • Corkscrews
  • Razor blades (not in cartridge)
  • Razor blades (not in cartridge)

  • Disabling chemicals or gases
  • Handcuffs
  • Religious knives
  • Fire Extinguishers

Manicure sets, including small scissors and metal nail files are permitted.

The items below, shall incur a handling fee charge as per cities and charges under Paragraph 4.12

  • Axes and hatchets
  • Replica guns
  • Tranquilliser Dart Guns – Veterinary purposes only
  • Flare pistols / Starter guns
  • Stun guns / Shocking devices
  • Spear guns
  • Pellet guns / Rifles
  • Swords
  • Paint ball guns
  • Toy weapons See chapter4.10

Further restrictions on items allowed in sterile areas of airports, may be imposed or may differ from country to country, dependant on the Policy of the Local Authorities. Certain items not listed as Prohibited items which may be carried on a person or in cabin baggage for medical or other use, such as syringes and hypodermic needles should be declared to the airline check-in agent or checkpoint security staff.

The airline will accept the carriage of these items in the cabin of the aircraft only if such items are accompanied by clearly labelled medication such as insulin or other lifesaving medicines. Unlabelled or unidentified substances accompanied with syringes, or packs of needles not accompanied by the above, may be denied for carriage on a person or within cabin baggage.

Passengers carrying these items, when not requiring access to such items during flight, are encouraged to rather pack these within their checked baggage. When such items are considered as unjustified or non-essential, security staff may confiscate such items if a passenger fails to provide sufficient reason and/or medical evidence to carry such items.