Which items can fly and which require special limitation?
Some items are under some restrictions and can only be packed in your checked baggage while some other are strictly prohibited on board meaning they are not allowed in the cabin or in the hold.

Restricted items

Liquids, Gels, and Aerosols:

You may carry these items in your carry-on baggage provided they comply with safety regulations. They must be in clear containers of 3.4 oz (100 ml) or less, all of which must fit within a single, transparent, resealable plastic bag. Containers larger than 3.4 oz (100 ml) should be packed in your checked baggage, if they don’t contain prohibited substances.

Sharp Objects:

Knives, scissors with blades longer than 4 inches, and razor blades are usually restricted from being carried in cabin baggage but may be allowed in checked luggage.

All sharp objects placed in checked baggage must be properly wrapped to ensure the safety of screening officers and baggage handlers, preventing any potential injuries.

Sporting Equipment:

Sporting Equipment: Baseball bats, golf clubs, and martial arts equipment are often restricted in cabin baggage and may need to be checked.

Weapons and Firearms:

Make sure to check your baggage allowance and restrictions to avoid excess baggage fees or delays at check-in. Pack your luggage accordingly and weigh it before arriving at the airport. 

Restricted items

These items are strictly prohibited from transportation under any circumstances due to safety and security concerns. These banned items pose a threat to passengers, crew, or the aircraft itself. Bringing these prohibited items on board can lead to penalties or even imprisonment.
Large lithium
sharp objects
Blunt instruments
Battery Vehicles
Gases and Fuels

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