Dangerous goods

For safety reasons, the following types of dangerous goods must not be carried in your baggage. These goods fall into the following categories.

Corrosives, gasses and poisonous substances

Explosives, infectious substances

flammable, peroxides, radioactive materials

flammables, oxidising, magnetised

Briefcases and attaché-cases incorporating dangerous goods such as lithium batteries or pyrotechnic devices are totally forbidden.

Disabling devices such as mace, pepper spray, etc, containing an irritant or an incapacitating substance are prohibited on the person, in checked baggage and carry-on baggage.

Small arms, sporting munitions and dry ice may be carried in limited quantities under certain conditions. Firearms / guns are not permitted in the cabin.

Download Airnorth's Dangerous Goods Guidelines. For further details, please contact Airnorth at reservations@airnorth.com.au

For information on security screening at Australian airports, please go to the Australian Government travel security website.