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.

CONDITIONS OF ACCEPTANCE
1. Fuel Tank and Oil Tank must be drained and left uncapped
in a drain position for a minimum of two (2) hours.
2. Both tanks must then be ventilated for a minimum of
six (6) hours OR purged using compressed nitrogen gas.
3. All external surfaces must be cleaned using a water
based degreaser to remove any fuel or oil residue. For
example, “HARVEY” Brand Detergent (food grade, water
based.
4. The spark plug must be removed from the unit and
presented at check in
Should your equipment NOT meet this minimum
standard or continue to emit an offensive
or chemical odour, check in staff WILL
refuse check-in of your Item.
CONDITIONS OF ACCEPTANCE
1. Fuel Tank and Oil Tank must be drained and left uncapped
in a drain position for a minimum of two (2) hours.
2. Both tanks must then be ventilated for a minimum of
six (6) hours OR purged using compressed nitrogen gas.
3. All external surfaces must be cleaned using a water
based degreaser to remove any fuel or oil residue. For
example, “HARVEY” Brand Detergent (food grade, water
based.
4. The spark plug must be removed from the unit and
presented at check in
Should your equipment NOT meet this minimum
standard or continue to emit an offensive
or chemical odour, check in staff WILL
refuse check-in of your Item.

To travel with your petrol powered equipment, you must adhere to the following instructions:

1. All tanks must be drained and left uncapped, and left in a drain position for a minimum of two (2) hours.

2. All tanks must then be ventilated for a minimum of six (6) hours OR purged using compressed nitrogen gas.

3. All external surfaces must be cleaned using a waterbased degreaser to remove any fuel or oil residue. Appropriate cleaning products are featured here (food grade, waterbased).

4. The spark plug must be removed from the unit and presented at check-in.

Should your equipment NOT meet this minimum standard, or in the event that it emits a strong or chemical odour, check-in staff WILL refuse check-in of your item.