Dangerous Goods: Prohibited Items on a Plane


All travellers are advised of the potential hazard of fire directly related to the use and charging of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Samsung has issued a recall on these devices, please check for this if you are an owner of this model.

The USA FAA has issued a warning to all airlines on these devices. If you own this device, please be guided by this. interCaribbean Airways asks you to not turn on or attempt to charge in flight, that include the use of rechargeable power packs.

Please ensure the device is fully turned off for the flight  We thank you for doing your part.

Statement by USA Federal Aviation Administration.
In light of recent incidents and concerns raised by Samsung about its Galaxy Note 7 devices, the Federal Aviation Administration strongly advises passengers not to turn on or charge these devices on board aircraft and not to stow them in any checked baggage.


311 for travel – carry on

You may pack your personal toiletry liquids in containers up to a maximum of 100ML or roughly 3.4oz.  All liquids must fit inside a 1 liter maximum clear see-through bag.

 3 1 1 for carry on liquids


Dangerous Goods and travel

For safety reasons the following types of  restricted articles may not be carried in your checked or hand baggage. If you have any doubt about the prohibited items on a plane, please contact interCaribbean Airways before you travel.

  • Compressed gases eg refrigerants, flammable and poisonous such as butane and aqualung cylinders.
  • Corrosives eg acids, alkaline, mercury and wet cell batteries.
  • Explosives, munitions, fireworks and flares.
  • Flammable liquids and solids e.g. lighter or heating fuel, matches, paints and articles easily ignited.
  • Infectious substances e.g. live virus substances.
  • Radioactive materials and all poisons e.g. insecticides and weed killers.
  • Medicines and toiletries in limited quantities and alcoholic beverages may be carried in checked or cabin baggage (maximum 2 litres or 2 kg).
  • Firearms are not permitted in the cabin. Passengers shall not tender dangerous goods or potentially dangerous goods for carriage as baggage.

Airline Carriers may destroy, abandon and/or retain as evidence any such goods. Your attention is drawn to signage at the check-in area and in the Terminal for more information.  Please direct any inquiries for further assistance to interCaribbean Airways.