Before you can book your cargo you need to know what kind of items you can not transport in your cargo without declaration, such as perfumes, room spray, hair spray, after shave lotion, nail polish, nail polish remover or any kind of flammable items. If you do try to cargo these goods, your items will be destroyed and you will receive a fine of £50.00. This can also cause delay in your cargo delivery at your chosen destination.
Here is the list of all other prohibited items which you need to declare as these item require special packaging and certification of dangerous or perishable goods so airline staff can identify and care about these goods easily, in the case of send dangerous or perishable goods you will face an extra cost of packaging, certification and airline handling, depend on the country from where you are booking your dangerous goods.
Class 1 – Explosives Class 2 – Gases Class 3 – Flammable Goods
Class 2 – Oxidizing Substances & Organic Peroxide, Ammunition, Firearms, Fireworks & Flares, Aerosols (Deodorant, Air Freshener etc.),Compressed Gas Cylinders, Aqualungs, Matches, Fire Lighters, Bleach, Peroxides
Class 3 – Animal Products, Animal Skins (non-domesticated), Furs, Ivory & Live Animals.
Class 4 – Perishable Goods, Plants & Seeds, foodstuffs.
Class 5 – Money, Items of Exceptional Value, Money, Negotiable Items, Pre-paid Cards, Jewellery & Watches, Works of Art, Antiques, Precious Stones
Class 6 – Liquids Including Perfumes & Aftershave Lotions, Lighter/Heater Fuels, Paint, Thinners, Spirit Levels, Alcoholic Beverages are not permitted
to the USA & restricted to many other countries.
Class 7 – Tobacco & Tobacco Products
Class 8 – Pornographic Material
Class 9 – Toxic & Infectious Substances
Class 10 – Corrosives
Class 11 – Miscellaneous Dangerous Goods, Insecticides, Weed Killers Wet Cell Batteries, Acids & Alkalis, Apparatus containing Mercury(thermometers), Lithium Batteries, Self Inflating life jackets, Dry Ice, Magnetized Materials
AIRFREIGHT – HAZARDOUS GOODS NOT PERMITTED
AIRFREIGHT – RESTRICTED GOODS
The customer hereby declares that their consignment contains no “Hazardous” or “Restricted” goods as described in this section. Where such non permitted or restricted items are found, Excess Baggage or freight forwarding Company reserves the right to remove these items and dispose of them accordingly without reference to the customer. In such circumstances the customer will not be liable for any compensation, nor will Excess Baggage or freight forwarding Company be under any obligation to return or forward such items or give any notice that such items have been removed.
* Restricted items cannot be transported as personal effects to most countries by road, air or sea. The customer is advised to check with Customs in the country of destination whether such goods are permitted.
Where charges are incurred for the removal of Non-Permitted or Restricted goods by an airline, handling agent, consolidator etc, these charges will be passed on to you together with an administration fee, and the shipment will be delayed until such charges are paid.