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List of the most common items include:
These or similar items can only be taken in carry-on baggage on board aircraft in containers of 100ml or smaller, with all containers fitting into the single transparent 1 litre plastic bag, inorganic powders must be no more than 350ml in your carry-on. The bag must then be presented separately at the secuirty screening point.
Some toiletry, aerosol and spray items referred to above are classed as dangerous goods and so there are limits on what quantity may be packed in your checked baggage. For further information on what personal items may be dangerous goods and what may be taken in your checked or carry on baggage – refer to CAA website – www.caa.govt.nz – Passenger Info – Dangerous Goods.
Whether a battery can be carried or not depends on the type of battery, its configuration, or the number being carried. It is always best to check with your airline, but as a general guide the following rules almost always apply
For a full list of prohibited items and more information, please visit the Aviation Security website.
Find out more about liquids, aerosols and gels: