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Restrictions for Passengers and crew carrying dangerous goods

Dear guests, welcome to take the JC International Airlines flight!

In order to ensure flight safety and ensure that you can reach your destination smoothly, please check your luggage carefully before taking the flight. Baggage belonging to dangerous goods should be handled as specified in the following table.


JC International Air Passenger Baggage Restriction Requirements

for Carrying Dangerous Goods

Note“□”means “not needed/not allowed”means “need/allow”

1

Other dangerous goods not listed in this table

Forbidden to carry

2

Confidential equipment such as a briefcase, cash box, cash bag, etc. containing dangerous goods such as lithium batteries or pyrotechnic materials

Forbidden to carry

3

Safety match or lighter

Forbidden to carry

4

Equipment that disables people, such as tear gas, pepper spray, stun guns, etc.

Forbidden to carry

5

Liquid or gaseous oxygen equipment, personal medical oxygen equipment

Forbidden to carry

6

Cartridge

Forbidden to carry

7

Rescue backpack

Forbidden to carry

8

The fuel cell

Forbidden to carry

9

Camping stove (including flammable liquid fuel)

Forbidden to carry

10

Lithium battery booster (such as balance car)

Forbidden to carry

11

Self-heating food

Forbidden to carry

12

Alcoholic beverages with an alcohol content greater than 24% and no greater than 70%

□Company approval □Notify the captain  Checked baggage  

□Self-care baggage □carry-on

1. The total amount of transportation per person shall not exceed 5L, and the net quantity of one piece shall not exceed 5L, which shall be in the retail packaging.

2. If the alcohol content is equal to or less than 24%, the delivery quantity is not limited; if the alcohol content is more than 70%, it is forbidden to accept the shipment.

13

Radiopharmaceuticals in the human body

□Company approval □Notify the captain  □Checked baggage  

□Self-care baggage carry-on

Must be used as a treatment.

14

Non-radioactive drugs (including aerosols)

□Company approval □Notify the captain   Checked baggage

Self-care baggage carry-on

1. The net quantity of a single item must not exceed 0.5kg or 0.5L.

2. The aerosol release valve must be protected by a cover or other means to prevent the contents from being released by accident.

3. The total net quantity of such items carried by each person shall not exceed 2kg or 2L.

4. Essential liquid medicines carried by diabetic patients or other patients should be checked for safety and placed in clear plastic bags.

15

Radioisotope pacemakers or other medical devices,

including those powered by lithium batteries

□Company approval □Notify the captain  □Checked baggage  

□Self-care baggage carry-on

It must be implanted into the body or installed outside the body as a means of treatment.

16

Cylinder for 2.2 gas carried for manipulating mechanical prostheses

□Company approval □Notify the captain  Checked baggage  

Self-care baggage carry-on

It also allows for the same size of spare cylinders that are carried to ensure proper needs during the trip.

17

Small gas cylinders, such as life jackets and life vests, that are loaded into self-inflating personal safety devices

Company approval □Notify the captain  Checked baggage  

 Self-care baggage carry-on

1. The gas cylinder can only be used for inflation purposes. There should be no more than one personal safety device per person, no more than 2 small gas cylinders in the device, and no more than 2 spare gas cylinders.

2. The packaging of personal safety devices must be guaranteed not to be accidentally activated.

3. The cylinder is limited to carbon dioxide or other 2.2 non-flammable and non-toxic gases. The water capacity of the cylinder shall not exceed 50 ml.

18

Small gas cylinders for other devices

Company approval □Notify the captain  Checked baggage

Self-care baggage carry-on

The gas cylinder contains carbon dioxide or other 2.2 non-flammable and non-toxic gases, and each person must carry no more than 4 cylinders. The water capacity of the cylinders must not exceed 50 ml. Note: For carbon dioxide, a cylinder with a water volume of 50 mL is equivalent to a 28 gram gas cylinder.

19

Dressing products (including aerosols)

□Company approval □Notify the captain  Checked baggage  

Self-care baggage carry-on

Passengers can carry a small amount of cosmetics for their own use, the total amount does not exceed 1kg or 1L. Each cosmetic is limited to one piece, the container volume is not more than 100ml, and should be placed in a separate bag for open bottle inspection. The aerosol release valve must be protected by a cover or other suitable means to prevent the release of the contents due to accidents.

20

2.2 non-minorous aerosols for sports or household use

□Company approval □Notify the captain  Checked baggage  

□Self-care baggage □carry-on

Checked baggage only. The net weight of a single item must not exceed 0.35kg or 0.35L. The total net weight of each person's consignment shall not exceed 2kg or 2L. The aerosol release valve shall be protected by a cover or other suitable means to prevent the contents from being released due to accident.

21

Hair curler with carbon hydride gas

□Company approval □Notify the captain  Checked baggage  

Self-care baggage carry-on

Only one can be carried per person, but the safety cover must be fastened to the heating element. Do not use curlers at all times on the plane. Do not include a gas cylinder for such a curling iron in Checked baggage, Self-care baggage or carry-on baggage.

22

dry ice

Company approval □Notify the captain  Checked baggage  

Self-care baggage □carry-on

1. Each person carries no more than 2.5kg (5lb), which is used to pack unrestricted perishable items, and the package can release carbon dioxide gas. Each piece of checked baggage containing dry ice must have a “solid carbon dioxide” or “dry ice” mark and indicate a net weight of 2.5 kg or less.

23

Spare lithium battery / charging treasure (lithium battery mobile power)

1. It must be carried by passengers or crew members for their own use.

2. Must meet the UN38.3 test requirements.

3. The spare lithium battery should be protected by a single protection to prevent short circuit. If it is placed in the manufacturer's packaging, the electrode should be insulated (adhere the electrode with tape or install the battery separately in a plastic bag).

4. Forbidden to carry with a rated energy of more than 160Wh, which is not indicated by the rated energy and cannot be calculated by other parameters marked.

5. Do not use the charging treasure to charge the electronic equipment during the flight; for the charging treasure with the start switch, the charging treasure should always be turned off during the flight.

□Company approval □Notify the captain  □Checked baggage  

Self-care baggage carry-on

The lithium content of lithium metal batteries shall not exceed 2g, the rated energy of lithium ion batteries or charging treasures shall not exceed 100Wh, and the spare batteries carried by each person shall not exceed 5 pieces.

Company approval □Notify the captain  □Checked baggage  

Self-care baggage carry-on

Lithium-ion batteries or charging treasures with a rated energy exceeding 100Wh but not exceeding 160Wh shall not exceed 2 spare lithium batteries per person.

24

Lithium battery driven mobile electronic cigarette device

□Company approval □Notify the captain  □Checked baggage  

Self-care baggage carry-on

1. Passengers and crews are carried for their own use.

2. The spare lithium battery should be protected by a single protection to prevent short circuit. For example, place the spare lithium battery in the original manufacturer's packaging and insulate the electrode (adhere the exposed electrode with a tape or install the battery separately in a plastic bag) .

3, the energy limit of a single lithium battery:

1) For lithium metal batteries or lithium alloy batteries, the lithium content shall not exceed 2g;

2) For lithium-ion batteries, the rated energy shall not exceed 100Wh;

4. The lithium battery must meet the UN38.3 test requirements;

5. Do not use mobile electronic cigarette devices in the cabin or charge the device/battery

25

Portable medical electronic device (automated external defibrillator (AED), nebulizer, continuous positive airway pressure breathing device (CPAP), etc.) containing lithium metal or lithium ion battery cells or batteries

1. Passengers carry for medical purposes.

2. Lithium batteries must meet the test requirements of UN38.3.

3. Forbidden to carry with lithium content of lithium metal battery exceeding 8 grams or lithium ion battery rated energy value exceeding 160 Wh.

4. Priority is taken as a Self-care baggage. If used as a Checked baggage, measures must be taken to prevent accidental activation.

5. The backup battery of the electronic device must not be used as a Checked baggage, and must be individually protected against short circuits.

□Company approval □Notify the captain  Checked baggage  

Self-care baggage carry-on

The lithium content of lithium metal batteries shall not exceed 2 grams, or the rated energy of lithium ion batteries shall not exceed 100 Wh, and the spare batteries carried by each person shall not exceed 5 pieces.

Company approval □Notify the captain  Checked baggage  

Self-care baggage carry-on

Lithium metal batteries have a lithium content of more than 2 grams but no more than 8 grams, or lithium-ion batteries have a rated energy of more than 100Wh but not more than 160Wh. The spare battery that each person carries must not exceed two.

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Portable electronic devices with lithium batteries (such as watches, calculators, cameras, mobile phones, laptops, camcorders)

1. Passengers carry their own personal use.

2. Lithium batteries must meet the test requirements of UN38.3.

3. Forbidden to carry with a lithium-ion battery rated energy value over 160 Wh.

4. Priority is taken as a Self-care baggage. If used as a Checked baggage, measures must be taken to prevent accidental activation.

5. The backup battery of the electronic device must not be used as a Checked baggage, and must be individually protected against short circuits.

□Company approval □Notify the captain  Checked baggage  

Self-care baggage carry-on

The lithium content of lithium metal batteries shall not exceed 2 grams, or the rated energy of lithium ion batteries shall not exceed 100 Wh, and the spare batteries carried by each person shall not exceed 5 pieces.

Company approval □Notify the captain  Checked baggage  

Self-care baggage carry-on

The rated energy of a lithium-ion battery exceeds 100Wh but does not exceed 160Wh. The spare battery carried by each person must not exceed two.

27

Traveling tools driven by lithium-ion batteries (such as wheelchairs)

1. For passengers who have limited mobility or temporary mobility problems due to disability, health or age (such as broken legs)

2. The lithium battery must meet the UN38.3 test requirements.

Company approval Notify the captain  Checked baggage   □Self-care baggage □carry-on

1. The staff must verify:

1) The battery is securely mounted on the travel tool;

2) Two stages of the battery can prevent short circuit (such as enclosing the battery in the battery case);

3) The circuit is already insulated.

2. Protection measures must be taken to prevent damage to the means of transportation due to the movement of luggage, mail, spare parts or other goods.

3. The location of the travel tool must be Notify the captain.

4. Passengers should make arrangements with the passenger transportation department in advance.

Company approval Notify the captain  Checked baggage  

Self-care baggage □carry-on

1. If the travel tool can be split, you must:

1) Remove the battery and carry it in the passenger compartment;

2) The two stages of the battery can prevent short circuit (such as tape on the electrode to insulate the electrode);

3) Protect the battery from damage (such as placing each battery in a separate protective case);

4) Follow the manufacturer's or device owner's instructions to remove the battery from the travel tool;

5) The battery must not exceed 300 Wh;

6) Carry up to one spare battery of up to 300 Wh or two spare batteries of no more than 160 Wh each.

2. The position of the lithium ion battery must be Notify the captain.

3. Passengers should make arrangements with the passenger transportation department in advance.

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A step-by-step tool (such as a wheelchair) driven by a leak-proof wet battery or a battery that meets the special regulations A123 or A199

1. For passengers who have limited mobility or temporary mobility problems due to disability, health or age (such as broken legs)

2. The leak-proof battery must meet the vibration test and differential pressure test specified in Special Regulation A67 or Packing Instruction 872.

3. Protective measures must be taken to prevent damage to the means of transportation due to the movement of luggage, mail, spare parts or other goods;

4. Passengers should make arrangements with the passenger transportation department in advance.

Company approval □Notify the captain Checked baggage  

□Self-care baggage □carry-on

If the battery of the travel tool is not separable, you must verify:

1. The battery is firmly installed on the travel tool;

2, the battery can prevent short circuit (such as enclosing the battery in the battery box);

3. The circuit is insulated;

Company approval Notify the captain  Checked baggage  

□Self-care baggage □carry-on

If the battery of the travel tool is separable, the battery must be removed and should:

1. Transportation means as unrestricted delivery of checked baggage;

2. The removed battery must be placed in a sturdy hard package and transported in the cargo hold;

3, must prevent the battery from short circuit;

4, must notify the captain battery location;

29

A travel tool driven by a non-leak-proof battery (such as a wheelchair)

Company approval Notify the captain  Checked baggage  

□Self-care baggage □carry-on

1. For passengers who have limited mobility or temporary mobility problems due to disability, health or age (such as broken legs)

2. Protection measures must be taken to prevent damage to the means of transportation due to the movement of luggage, mail, spare parts or other goods;

3, must notify the captain battery position of the wheelchair or the location of the packaged battery;

4. Passengers should make arrangements with the passenger transportation department in advance to install a leak-proof cover on the battery.

5. The travel tool must always be able to load, place, secure and unload in an upright position. Staff must verify:

1) The battery is securely mounted on the travel tool;

2) Two stages of the battery can prevent short circuit (such as enclosing the battery in the battery case);

3) The circuit has been insulated;

6. If the travel tool cannot always be loaded, placed, fixed, and unloaded in an upright position, the battery must be removed and the battery placed in a sturdy hard-package transport as follows:

1) The packaging must be tight and leak-proof, prevent leakage of the battery liquid, and be fixed on the pallet or cargo hold (not supported by cargo or luggage) by means of a suitable fixing method, such as the use of a tie wrap, a retaining clip or a bracket. Anti-overturn

2) The battery must be protected against short circuit and erected in the package, filled with a compatible absorbent material so that it can fully absorb the liquid leaked by the battery;

3) The battery pack must be labeled "Battery, wet, with wheelchair" (battery, wet, with wheelchair) or "Battery, wet, with mobility aid" with the words "Corrosive" (corrosive substances) labels and package orientation labels;

4) The transportation tool can be used as unrestricted transportation of checked baggage;

30

Portable electronic equipment containing leak-proof batteries that meet the requirements of special regulation A67

□Company approval □Notify the captain  Checked baggage  

Self-care baggage □carry-on

1. The voltage of the battery shall not exceed 12 volts, and the watt hour rating shall not exceed 100 Wh;

2. The device must be protected from accidental activation or the battery disconnected to insulate the exposed electrode.

3. Each person must not carry more than two individually protected batteries.

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Non-infectious specimen

□Company approval □Notify the captain  Checked baggage  

Self-care baggage □carry-on

Must meet the requirements of special provision A180, ie non-infectious specimens such as mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, fish, insects and other invertebrates, containing a small amount of UN 1170, UN 1198, UN 1987 Or UN 1219, without restrictions if the following packaging and marking requirements are met:

1. Specimen: Wrap it in a paper towel and/or cheese cloth dampened with alcohol or alcohol solution, heat-sealed in a plastic bag, the free liquid in the bag should not exceed 30 mL; or put it in a vial or other hard container. The content of alcohol or alcohol solution should not exceed 30 mL.

2. The prepared specimen is placed in a plastic bag and then heat sealed.

3. The specimen bag is then placed in another plastic bag with absorbent material and then heat sealed.

4. Place the packaged bag in a sturdy outer packaging with appropriate gasket material.

5. The total amount of flammable liquid contained in each outer packaging shall not exceed 1 L.

6, the completion of the package must be marked " scientific research specimens, without restrictions, the application of special provisions "A180".

32

Battery powered equipment that can generate extreme heat and may cause fire, such as diving glare

Company approval □Notify the captain  Checked baggage  

Self-care baggage □carry-on

1. Remove the heat-generating components, batteries, or other components (such as fuses) to isolate the heat-generating components from the battery.

2, the removed battery must be protected against short-circuit protection, such as putting the original retail packaging or otherwise insulating the electrodes, tape the exposed electrodes, or put each battery in a separate plastic bag or protect Among the boxes.

33

Energy-saving light bulbs

□Company approval □Notify the captain  Checked baggage  

Self-care baggage carry-on

Packed in retail packaging for personal or home use.

34

Small medical and clinical mercury-containing (mercury) thermometers

□Company approval □Notify the captain  Checked baggage  

□Self-care baggage □carry-on

One person is allowed to carry one for personal use, and the mercury-containing thermometer must be placed in a protective case.

35

Mercury (mercury) barometer or thermometer

Company approval Notify the captain  □Checked baggage  

 Self-care baggage □carry-on

1. Must be carried by a representative of the Government Meteorological Administration or a similar official agency, each of whom can carry one in the Self-care baggage.

2. Mercury (mercury) barometers or thermometers must be packed into a sturdy outer packaging with a sealed lining or a strong leak-proof and penetration-proof material bag, regardless of the orientation of the package. Prevent mercury from leaking from the package.

36

Insulated packaging containing frozen liquid nitrogen

□Company approval □Notify the captain  Checked baggage  

 Self-care baggage □carry-on

Must comply with the requirements of special regulation A152, ie: adiabatic packaging containing the frozen liquid nitrogen completely absorbed by the porous material and meeting the requirements of Packing Instruction 202. If it is not designed to raise the pressure inside the container, it will not be placed in any orientation. The chilled liquid nitrogen is released and the seal of any outer or synthetic package used does not increase the internal pressure of the package or synthetic package, and is not limited when used to package unrestricted materials.

37

Instruments containing radioactive materials (ie chemical monitors (CAM) and/or rapid alarm and identification device monitors (RAID-M))

Company approval □Notify the captain  Checked baggage  

Self-care baggage □carry-on

1. Must be carried by the members of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) when travelling on official business.

2. The activity of the radioactive material shall not exceed the activity limit in ICAO-TI Table 2-14 “Emission Activity Limit Table of Exceptional Packages”.

3. must be packaged firmly and does not contain lithium batteries.