Prohibited Hazardous Materials/Articles Aboard Aircraft Hazardous materials include many common items from your home, workshop, or garage which because of the physical or chemical properties can pose a danger during air transportation. The following is a partial list common items that are strictly forbidden in carry-on or checked baggage: - Mace, tear gas, and other irritants - Aerosols containing flammable material - Loaded firearms - Gunpowder and primers - Loose ammunition - Gasoline, diesel, or kerosene - Propane, butane cylinders or lighter refills - Wet-type batteries (as used in cars) - Safety or "strike-anywhere" matches - Corrosive material - Infectious substances - Radioactive material - Any equipment containing fuel The following hazardous articles may be transported in restricted quantities in hand-carried or checked baggage. A restricted quantity is what a passenger would use on a short trip. - Toiletry articles and medicines containing hazardous substances - Matches and lighters - Electronic wheelchairs as checked baggage - Small arms ammunition for sporting purposes when properly packaged - Catalytic hair curlers without refills - Oxygen cylinders used by individuals for medical purposes - Dry ice in small quantities - Aerosols intended for personal care (hair sprays and deodorants) - Lithium batteries located in watches, computers, etc. We recommend that you do not bring any leatherman tools, knives, scissors, etc... If you decide to bring these items they will be removed from your bags by security until you are checking your luggage in. It is still your responsibility to ask the passenger check in agent for your confiscated items by providing the ticket claim stub for you items. Failure to claim your items before departure could result in a lose of those items, since they will only be held for a limited time.