The Importance of Recycling Your Styrofoam Cooler

What is Styrofoam?

“Styrofoam” is a term for an insulation product trademarked by Dow Chemical, but the term Styrofoam is casually used to identify many types of foam materials. ‘Foam #6,’ ‘expanded foam,’ ‘polystyrene foam,’ and simply ‘foam’ are alternate terms used interchangeably to identify Styrofoam-like materials. Continue reading…


Should I Purchase Cargo Insurance When Shipping Freight Internationally?

 

When shipping internationally, the freight moves through many more hands than it does when shipped nationally. The longer the trip, the greater the risk of damage. That’s why you may want to consider shipping insurance when shipping freight internationally.

Insurance is not mandatory, but damaged products can cause unexpected costs for individuals shipping packages. International carriers are held responsible for packages damaged in their care, with certain restrictions, yet the damage done to some packages has unknown origins. Continue reading…


Freight Shipping Edition: What to Do When Disaster Hits at Sea

 

Freight shipping by sea is responsible for 90% of everything we buy today. This form of transportation also makes the freight shipping industry one of the biggest industries in the world.

Working in the freight shipping industry can be a great way to make a living. However, the work can be hazardous during the long voyages between the shipping and receiving ports. Continue reading…


Environmental Spill Containment Guidelines: A Deep Dive

 

Oceans, seas, and coastlines are home to some of the most amazing ecosystems and wildlife on the planet. They also provide shipping routes for transporting goods across the globe. These waterways can facilitate both functions; however, there are occasions when shipping can be detrimental to the environment. One such instance is in the event of an oil or chemical spill. Continue reading…


Shipping Container Certifications Demystified

There is much to consider when selecting a shipping drum, regardless of the type of goods you are transporting or whether the destination is domestic or international. Barrels and drums meant for the transport and storage of goods require various levels of certification. Sometimes the required forms, labeling, and the rest appear overwhelming. Continue reading…


Can IATA Books Help with Compliance?

When shipping materials via air transport, it’s important that all regulations are met. The two agencies that regulate the shipment of hazardous materials are the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the United States Department of Transportation (DOT). Continue reading…


Simplified Guide to IATA’s Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR)

If you have dealt with dangerous goods (also commonly referred to as hazardous materials) in any shape or form, you have probably heard about the Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) set forward by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). They are known for releasing an updated version of their IATA DGR manual that is considered to be the “global reference for shipping dangerous goods by air and the only standard recognized by airlines.” Continue reading…


Intents of Placards and Labels on a Storage Container

Whenever you receive a container, you can expect to find numerous labels. There’s usually the address of the sender and the recipient, along with some postal markup to indicate if the package was submitted normally or delivered through an express system by request.

If you happen to work with materials that are somewhat dangerous, you are going to see several additional markups that contain information about the product itself, the dangers it may cause to human health, and how it should be properly handled. Continue reading…


Revisions to the 2017 58th Edition IATA DGR operator variations as of 23 December 2016.

The following are operator variations that appear in the 2017, 58th edition of the IATA Dangerous

Goods Regulations with amendments advised by airlines as of 23 December 2016. The changes to

the variations in this document are identified by the standard revision symbols but are also shown with

deleted text in strikethrough and new text in red and underline. The airlines that have advised of

changes are as follows:

  • Air Hong Kong LD Air India AI
  • Air Austral UU Air Transat TS
  • Austrian Airlines OS Cargologicair P3
  • Cathay Pacific CX Hong Kong Dragon Airlines (Cathay Dragon) KA
  • China Airlines CI Corsair International SS
  • FedEx Express FX Llc GloBus GH
  • Japan Airlines JL JetStar Asia 3K
  • PJSC Siberia Airlines S7 Swiss International LX
  • UPS Airlines 5X

2.8.4 List of Operator Variations

The variations are listed in alpha-numeric order according to the code assigned.

3K (Jetstar Asia)

3K-01 Not used.

3K-02 Division 4.1 Flammable Solids. Passengers and crew are not permitted to bring book matches onto aircraft

for personal use. Book matches are only allowed as correctly packed and declared dangerous goods

consignments (see 2.3.5.6).

3K-03 New or used internal combustion engines will not be accepted for carriage in passenger baggage.

3K-04 Oxygen or air, gaseous cylinders required for medical use are only accepted for transport in or as carry-on

baggage (see 2.3.4.1).

3K-05 Dangerous goods consigned as cargo are not accepted for carriage on any Jetstar Asia aircraft

Dangerous goods in consolidations will not be accepted for carriage except for UN 1845 Carbon dioxide solid

(dry ice) up to maximum of 145 kg per flight when used as refrigerant for a non-dangerous goods consignment.

The only exceptions are:

  • aircraft stores and equipment when prepared for transport in accordance with the current IATA Dangerous

Goods Regulations; and

  • UN 1845 Carbon dioxide solid/dry ice maximum of 145 kg per flight when used as refrigerant for nondangerous

goods.

3K-06 Lithium batteries when packed with or contained in equipment in accordance with Section II of Packing

Instruction 966, 967, 969 and 970 have to be reported as Special Loads in the NOTOC.

5X (United Parcel Service)

Note:

The most current information about UPS services and restrictions may be found at the following web site:

http://ups.com/hazmat

5X-01 Small Package Service – U.S. Domestic: Shipments of Dangerous Goods in the UPS Small Package

service with an origin and destination within the USA will be accepted by contract only, in accordance with the

current UPS “Hazardous Materials Guide.” This information is posted under the SUPPORT topic on the UPS

Home Page (www.ups.com). See also the SITE GUIDE on UPS Home Page www.ups.com, at the link for

“Hazardous Materials.” Users may also locate the UPS Guide for Shipping Hazardous Materials by using the

SEARCH function on the website. Shipments of UN 3480, Lithium ion batteries and UN 3090, Lithium metal

batteries are accepted only when prepared under Section IA or IB of the relevant Packing Instruction. Shipments

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containing UN 3090 or UN 3480 prepared according to Section II are not accepted. Refer to 5X-08 for preapproval

requirements related to shipments of UN 3090.

5X-02 Small Package Service – Origins or Destinations outside U.S.: UPS International Small Package

service rules and restrictions apply to all dangerous goods shipments with an origin and/or destination outside of

the USA. Such shipments, including Biological Substances, Category B, will be accepted by contract only (see

5X-01 above for USA domestic shipments). Countries available for service are shown at the following web site

in the column for “Biological Substances, Category B:

Website: www.ups.com/content/us/en/resources/ship/idg/information/acl.html

When shipping packages requiring an IATA Shipper’s Declaration for Dangerous Goods, combination packagings

must be used and packages must not exceed 30 kg gross weight. When applicable, not more than three

compatible different dangerous goods may be contained in one outer packaging (5.0.2.11). The following

classes/divisions of Dangerous Goods are prohibited from UPS international Small Package service:

  • Class 1 (Explosives)
  • Division 2.3 (Toxic Gas)
  • Division 4.2 (Spontaneously Combustible)
  • Division 4.3 (Dangerous When Wet)
  • Division 5.1 (Oxidizer)
  • Division 5.2 (Organic Peroxide)
  • Division 6.1—Substances requiring a “Toxic” label

Shipments of UN 3506, Mercury contained in manufactured articles will be accepted only when the packages do

not require a “Toxic” sub-risk label.

  • Division 6.2 (Infectious Substances, Category A)
  • Class 7—Substances requiring a “Radioactive” White–I, Yellow–II, Yellow–III, or Fissile label.

 Radioactive Material, Excepted Package shipments are also prohibited.

  • Class 9—

 Shipments of UN 2807, Magnetized material which conform to Packing Instruction 953 are limited to

origins and destinations within the UPS International Dangerous Goods (IDG) network. A listing of

origins and destinations authorized for IDG may be found at the following link the following link:

http://www.ups.com/content/us/en/resources/ship/idg/information/acl.html. Additionally, such shipments

must be labelled in accordance with Packing Instruction 953 and documented in one of the following

ways:

 Identified as “Magnetized material” in a Package Reference field on the UPS Shipping Label; or

 Accompanied by a written document, affixed directly to the outside of the package or contained in a

resealable envelope on the package, identifying the contents as “Magnetized material”.

  • Complete information about UPS Small Package International Dangerous Goods service, including specific

limitations per package, may be found at the link for UPS GUIDE FOR SHIPPING INTERNATIONAL

DANGEROUS GOODS at the site identified in variation 5X-01.

  • All permitted Dangerous Goods in Excepted Quantities are accepted. UPS class/division restrictions do not

apply to Dangerous Goods in Excepted Quantities.

Shipments of UN 3480, Lithium ion batteries and UN 3090, Lithium metal batteries are accepted only when

prepared under Section IA or IB of the relevant Packing Instruction. Shipments containing UN 3090 or UN 3480

prepared according to Section II are not accepted. Refer to 5X-08 for pre-approval requirements related to

shipments of UN 3090.

(see 1.3.2, 8.1.6.9.1 and 10.8.3.9.1).

5X-03 UPS Air Cargo Service: Dangerous goods shipments will be accepted in Air Cargo Service by contract

only. All contract applications must be reviewed and approved by the UPS Air Dangerous Goods Department

(SDF) and Air Cargo Service (UPS Air Group-SDF). Hazard Classes accepted in Air Cargo Service are subject to

approval and shipments are subject to advance arrangement.

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Shipments of UN 3480, Lithium ion batteries and UN 3090, Lithium metal batteries are accepted only when

prepared under Section IA or IB of the relevant Packing Instruction. Shipments containing UN 3090 or UN 3480

prepared according to Section II are not accepted. Refer to 5X-08 for pre-approval requirements related to

shipments of UN 3090Approval to ship UN 3090 lithium metal batteries is required. Refer to 5X-08 and the Air

Cargo shipper contract for details.

5X-04 UPS Global Freight Forwarding: Dangerous Goods shipments in UPS Air Freight Services are accepted

by arrangements between UPS Airlines and UPS Supply Chain Solutions. Prohibited hazard classes include:

  • Divisions 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4F, 1.5 and 1.6 (Explosives)
  • Division 2.3 Toxic Gases
  • Materials having either a primary or subsidiary hazard of Division 6.1–with a Packing Group I inhalation

toxicity

  • Division 6.2–(Infectious Substances, Category A)
  • Class 7 (outside of the U.S., Canada and Mexico)–substances requiring a “Radioactive” White-I, Yellow-II or

Yellow-III label.

 Materials requiring a Fissile label are not accepted in any UPS service.

 Radioactive Material, Excepted Package shipments are also prohibited outside the U.S. and Canada.

Shipments of UN 3480, Lithium ion batteries and UN 3090, Lithium metal batteries are accepted only when

prepared under Section IA or IB of the relevant Packing Instruction. Shipments containing UN 3090 or UN 3480

prepared according to Section II are not accepted. Refer to 5X-08 for pre-approval requirements related to

shipments of UN 3090.

5X-05 General: When an IATA Shipper’s Declaration for Dangerous Goods is required, the shipper must present

three original copies.

5X-06 General: To maintain compliance with USG-18, for the following listed materials, UPS requires all

packages to comply with U.S. DOT packaging requirements contained in 49 CFR 173.302(f) and 173.304(f).

Such packagings must be marked with the text “DOT31FP” on the outer package. Affected entries are:

UN 1070 — Nitrous oxide–see 49 CFR 173.340(f)

UN 1072 — Oxygen, compressed–see 49 CFR 173.302(f)

UN 2451 — Nitrogen trifluoride–see 49 CFR 173.302(f)

UN 3156 — Compressed gas, oxidizing, n.o.s.–see 49 CFR 173.302(f)

UN 3157 — Liquefied gas, oxidizing, n.o.s.–see 49 CFR 173.304(f)

UN 3356 — Oxygen generator, chemical–see 49 CFR 173.168

Carbon dioxide and oxygen mixture, compressed–see 49 CFR 173.304(f)

5X-07 General: The following limitations apply to the commodities identified here:

  • Shipments of UN3480, Lithium ion batteries and UN3090, Lithium metal batteries are accepted only when

prepared under Section I.A or I.B of the relevant Packing Instruction. Shipments containing UN3090 or

UN3480 prepared according to Section II are not accepted. Refer to 5X-08 for pre-approval requirements

related to shipments of UN3090.Depending on required routing, shipments of UN 3480, Lithium ion batteries

prepared in accordance with Section II of PI 965 may need to be returned to shippers due to prohibitions on

carrying such shipments aboard passenger aircraft. Please refer to UPS.com for details.

  • For shipments tendered without an IATA Air Waybill, lithium battery packages of UN 3480, UN 3481,

UN 3090 or UN 3091 prepared and marked/labelled in accordance with Section II of the relevant Packing

Instruction should also be marked with appropriate information on the address label or adjacent to the mark

required by 7.1.5.5 or the label shown at 7.4.8, to enable UPS to identify the shipment type when transferring

to partner air carriers. For example:

 P.I. 965-II

 P.I. 966-II

 P.I. 967-II

 P.I. 968-II

 P.I. 969-II

 P.I. 970-II

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Alternatively, such information may be included on a document accessible from the outside of the package.

  • Shipments of refurbished lithium batteries, or refurbished lithium batteries packed with or contained in

equipment are not accepted unless specifically approved by the UPS Air Dangerous Goods Department

(SDF);

  • Shipments of lithium batteries in any UPS air services (including UPS Small Package, UPS Air Freight

services or UPS Air Cargo services) which require the use of Special Provisions A88, A99 or A183 are

subject to and must receive prior approval from the UPS Air Dangerous Goods Department (SDF);

  • For UPS Small Package service, shipments of UN 3171, Battery-powered vehicle, will only be accepted

under the following conditions:

 Passenger aircraft quantities only; not accepted as CAO;

 Shipment is limited to a maximum gross weight of 30 kg;

 Vehicle containing lithium battery or batteries therein that would separately be classified as UN 3480 or

UN 3090. The battery contained in the vehicle is limited to 5 kg maximum net weight;

 For shipments of UN 3171 powered by lithium batteries, UPS requires the additional marking, “Contains

Lithium Batteries.” The marking must meet the requirements as stated in 7.1.4.4.1 and be near the

proper shipping name mark;

 Vehicle containing a wet, non-spillable battery or batteries therein that would separately be classified as

UN 2800. The battery contained in the vehicle is limited to 25 kg maximum net weight.

  • Shipments of UN 3171, Battery-powered vehicle, containing defective or damaged batteries are not

accepted by UPS.

  • Shipments of UN 3077, Environmentally hazardous substance, solid, n.o.s. will not be accepted when

contained in Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBCs) in any UPS air services (including UPS Small Package,

UPS Air Freight services or UPS Air Cargo services);

  • Shipments of UN 2807, Magnetized materials, for which the magnetic field strength exceeds 0.00525 gauss

when measured at 4.6 m from any surface of the package are not accepted in UPS services (including UPS

Small Package; UPS Air Freight services or UPS Air Cargo services);

  • Shipments of UN 3245, Genetically modified organisms or Genetically modified micro-organisms with

an origin and/or destination outside the U.S. are not accepted in UPS small package services. For UPS Air

Freight shipments, case-by-case approval is required to assure the ability to import or transit the shipments

within countries involved.

5X-08 General: UPS limits transport of UN 3090 Lithium Metal Batteries to origins and destinations within its

International Dangerous Goods (IDG) network. A listing of origins and destinations authorized for IDG may be

found at the following link: http://www.ups.com/content/us/en/resources/ship/idg/information/acl.html

All customers who wish to ship UN 3090 Lithium Metal Batteries without equipment via UPS Air services must

obtain pre-approval from UPS Airlines. The pre-approval requirement applies to lithium metal battery shipments

that are considered lightly regulated (such as small cells or batteries), as well as to lithium metal battery

shipments that are fully regulated and require dangerous goods shipping papers (Shipper’s Declaration). This

approval is separate and in addition to any other required UPS agreement.

More information regarding the approval program may be found at the following link:

http://www.ups.com/content/us/en/resources/ship/hazardous/responsible/lithium-battery-preapproval.html

AI (Air India)

AI-01 Explosives shall not be carried with the exceptions of items covered under UN 0012 and UN 0014 subject

to approval from Director General Civil Aviation.

AI-02 Class 3, Flammable liquids in Packing Group I are not acceptable for carriage.

AI-03 Division 4.3, Substances which on contact with water emit flammable gases are not accepted for carriage.

AI-04 Dangerous Goods must not be consolidated with non-dangerous goods.

AI-05 Carriage of carbon dioxide solid (dry ice) per aircraft shall be limited to the following:

(a) 1,500 kg on A330-200;

(b) 1,200 kg on B747-400/B777-300ER/B777-200LR;

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(c) 500 kg on B787-800/A310;

(d) 200 kg on A319/A320/A321/B737-800.

AI-06 A 24 hour emergency telephone number must be provided in the “Handling Information” box of the

Shipper’s Declaration and air waybill.

AI-07 Fissile material shall not be accepted for carriage.

AI-08 Only UN 3481, lithium ion batteries packed with equipment and lithium ion batteries contained in

equipment prepared in accordance with PI 966 and PI 967, respectively will be accepted for transport. UN 3091,

lithium metal batteries packed with equipment and lithium metal batteries contained in equipment prepared in

accordance with PI 969 and PI 970 respectively, are forbiddenNot used.

AI-09 Small vehicles powered by lithium batteries are forbidden for carriage on Air India flights as a part of

passenger’s baggage (checked and carry-on), examples include but are not limited to airwheel, solowheel,

hoverboard, mini-segway, balance wheel.

CI (China Airlines)

CI-01 The following dangerous goods will not be accepted for carriage as cargo on China Airlines’ passenger

flights:

  1. Class 1 to Class 8; except for UN 1072 (in compliance with SP A302), UN 2908, UN 2909, UN 2910,

UN 2911, UN 3164 meeting requirement of PI208(a) and UN 3373;

  1. fully regulated lithium ion batteries (Class 9) as per Section IA and IB of PI 965 and Section I of PI 966–

PI 967 (RLI);

  1. fully regulated lithium metal batteries as per Section I of PI 969–PI 970 (RLM).

Note:

The above prohibitions do not apply to CI company material.

CI-02 Dangerous goods in excepted quantities will not be accepted, except for radioactive materials, excepted

package (see Subsection 2.6).

CI-03 Dangerous goods in consolidations will not be accepted for carriage, except for:

(a) consolidations having one master air waybill with one or more house air waybill(s) containing only dangerous

goods; or

(b) consolidations containing the following dangerous goods and general cargo:

  • UN 1845 Carbon dioxide, solid (Dry ice) when used as a refrigerant for non-dangerous goods;
  • UN 2807 Magnetized material as per PI 953 and with field strength no more than 0.418 A/m or

0.00525 Gauss measured at a distance of 4.6 m;

  • ID 8000 Consumer commodity/UN 1266 Perfumery product;

(see 1.3.3, 8.1.2.4, 9.1.8 and 10.8.1.5).

CI-04 Any liquid dangerous goods having primary hazard or subsidiary hazard of Class 8–Corrosives in single

packaging will not be accepted unless each single packaging overpacked with rigid material to protect at least the

top and bottom of the packaging. The packages shall be stackable (see 5.0.2.14).

CI-05 Oxygen Generator Chemical UN 3356 will not be accepted for carriage except CI company material.

CI-06 The shipper must obtain an approval from Atomic Energy Council/Taiwan for the import, export,

transferring or transiting of Radioactive Material to, from, via Taiwan 7 days prior to flight departs from the State

of origin. Radioactive material, excepted package is not subject to above requirement.

Atomic Energy Council

80, Section 1, Chenggong Road

Yonghe District

New Taipei City 23452

Chinese Taipei

Tel: +886-2-8231 7919, Ext 2179/2187

Fax: +886-2-8231 7829

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CI-07 Dangerous goods offered for transport under State exemptions or approvals (e.g. as required by Special

Provision A1, A2, A106, etc.) will not be accepted for carriage.

CI-08 Radioactive material (Class 7), except for radioactive material, excepted package, must be segregated

from packages containing Class 1, 2, 3 and 8 dangerous goods.

CI-09 The following dangerous goods will not be accepted for carriage as cargo by China Airline’s aircraft:

(a) Lithium Ion cells and batteries (UN 3480) prepared in accordance with Section II of Packing Instruction 965.

(b) Lithium Metal cells and batteries (UN 3090), prepared in accordance with Section IA, IB and II of Packing

Instruction 968.

Note:

Above prohibitions does not apply to CI company material.

CX (Cathay Pacific Airways)

CX-01 UN 3480 Lithium ion batteries. Lithium ion cells and batteries are prohibited from carriage as cargo on

Cathay Pacific Airways aircraft. This applies to Section IA, IB and Section II of Packing Instruction 965.

This prohibition does not apply to:

  • lithium ion cells and batteries packed with or contained in equipment (UN 3481) in accordance with PI 966

and PI 967; or

  • lithium batteries (rechargeable and non-rechargeable) covered by the Provisions for Dangerous Goods

Carried by Passengers or Crew (see 2.3.2 to 2.3.5 and Table 2.3.A).

CX-02 All combination packagings containing liquid dangerous goods in Packing Groups I, II or III must contain

sufficient absorbent material to absorb the entire contents of all the inner packagings.

CX-03 Not used.

CX-04 The shipper must provide a 24-hour emergency telephone number of a person/agency who is

knowledgeable of the hazards, characteristics and actions to be taken in case of an accident or incident

concerning (each of) the dangerous goods being transported. This telephone number, including country and area

code, preceded by the words “Emergency Contact” or “24-hour number” must be inserted on the DGD preferably

in the “Additional Handling Information” box, e.g. “Emergency Contact +47 67 50 00 00” (see 8.1.6.11 and

10.8.3.11).

CX-05 Liquid dangerous goods in single packagings of drums and jerricans of any material must be prepared as

follows:

  1. the steel drums/plastic drums/plastic jerricans must be protected by other strong outer packaging, for

example fibreboard box; or

  1. if prepared as an open overpack, a suitably sized plastic, foam or wooden pallet must be used to protect at

least the top and bottom of the packaging.

CX-06 In addition to the requirements of 8.2.5, the UN number(s) of all shipments of dangerous goods in

excepted quantities must be indicated on the air waybill.

CX-07 UN 3090 Lithium metal batteries. Lithium metal cells and batteries are prohibited from carriage as cargo

on Cathay Pacific Airways aircraft. This applies to Section IA, IB and Section II of Packing Instruction 968.

This prohibition does not apply to:

  • lithium metal cells and batteries packed with or contained in equipment (UN 3091) in accordance with PI 969

and PI 970; or

  • lithium batteries (rechargeable and non-rechargeable) covered by the Provisions for Dangerous Goods

Carried by Passengers or Crew (see 2.3.2 to 2.3.5 and Table 2.3.A).

CX-08 All packages prepared in accordance with Section II of PI 967 or Section II of PI 970 must bear the lithium

battery mark or lithium battery handling label as required by 7.1.5.5 or 7.2.4.7 respectively. This requirement

applies to all packages of lithium batteries contained in equipment, even where the package contains no more

than four cells or two batteries installed in equipment. The requirement for the lithium battery mark or lithium

battery handling label does not apply to packages containing only button cells installed in equipment (including

circuit boards). Not used.

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FX (Federal Express)

FX-01

(a) Class 1 articles and substances offered on a FedEx International Priority Freight (IPF), FedEx International

Premium (IP1), or FedEx International Express Freight (IXF) may require a pre-alert or pre-approval. Call the

FedEx Express Freight Customer Service at (877) 398-5851 for additional information (see Packing

Instructions 101–143). Any Class 1 shipments originating in a non-U.S. location requires pre-approval. Call

your local FedEx customer service number and ask for FedEx Express Freight customer service.

(b) FedEx Express will not accept for transport any explosives assigned to Division 1.3.

FX-02

(a) Except for UN 1230—Methanol and Excepted Quantities (EQ), substances with a primary or subsidiary risk

of Division 6.1 in Packing Group I or II:

  • with an origin and destination within the USA including Puerto Rico, will only be accepted if in approved

DOT Exemption/Special Permit (SP) packaging;

  • will only be accepted for International transport in “V” rated combination packaging.

(b) Poison Inhalation Hazard (PIH) with a hazard zone “A” or any Class 2 substance with a toxic primary or

subsidiary risk label will not be accepted for carriage.

(c) Polychlorinated biphenyls: The following Class 9 materials, if known or suspected to contain PCBs, must be

packaged as follows—for liquids: IP3 or IP3A inner metal packaging with absorbent material utilized to fill all

available space; for solids: any inner packaging as per applicable packing instruction is permitted. Outer

packaging must be a 1A2 steel drum, 4H2 plastic box, USA DOT-SP 8249, 9168 or 11248 (see Packing

Instructions [–] listed after each substance):

UN 2315 — Polychlorinated biphenyls, liquid [964]

UN 3077 — Environmentally hazardous substance, solid, n.o.s. [956, Y956]

UN 3082 — Environmentally hazardous substance, liquid, n.o.s.  [964, Y964]

UN 3432 — Polychlorinated biphenyls, solid [956]

(d) All U.S. domestic shipments of Division 4.3 must be offered either under a limited quantity “Y” prefix Packing

Instruction or offered using a DOT special permit that does not require placarding for road transport.

Shipments originating in the U.S. and destined for a non-U.S. location must be offered under a limited

quantity “Y” prefix Packing Instruction or dropped off at a FedEx Express staffed facility that accepts

dangerous goods. Shipments originating in non-U.S. locations destined for a U.S. location must either be

offered under a limited quantity “Y” prefix Packing Instruction or sent as hold for pickup at a staffed FedEx

Express facility that accepts dangerous goods.

(e) FedEx Express will only accept Oxygen, compressed (UN 1072) when packed in an ATA Specification 300

Category I outer packaging. Packaging must be marked in accordance with the marking criteria of Air

Transportation Association (ATA) specification No. 300. In addition, FedEx Express will require the outer

package to have the additional tested specification mark of DOT31FP (see Packing Instruction 200 and

USG-15(d)). The additional tested specification mark of DOT31FP will be required in addition to the

specification container utilized and marked for all UN numbers listed in USG-18 which include UN3156,

UN 3157, UN 2451, UN 1070 and UN 3356.

(f) When using International Economy (IE) or International Economy Freight (IEF) to ship liquids in the primary

hazard classes/divisions of 3, 4.2, 5.1, 5.2 and 8, customers must use “V rated” packaging. See

www.fedex.com/us ; keyword dangerous goods (search field); FedEx Services Available to Ship Dangerous

Goods.

FX-03

(a) Class 7 substances offered on FedEx International Priority Freight (IPF), FedEx International Premium (IP1),

or FedEx International Express Freight (IXF) may require a pre-alert or pre-approval. Call (877) 398-5851 for

additional information. Plutonium 239 and 241 will not be accepted as UN 3324, UN 3325, UN 3326,

UN 3327, UN 3328, UN 3329, UN 3330, UN 3331 or UN 3333.

(b) FedEx Express will not accept labelled radioactive material with a subsidiary risk of 1.4, 3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1,

5.2, 8, or 2.2 with a Cargo Aircraft Only label unless the shipper has been pre-approved.

Class 7 shipments originating in a non-U.S. location require pre-approval. Call your local FedEx customer

service number and ask for FedEx Express Freight customer service.

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(c) All fissile shipments worldwide require pre-approval. Call 1-901-434-3200 for assistance.

(d) For mixtures or solutions of radionuclides enter “mixture” or “solution” as appropriate in the Quantity and

Type of Packaging in association with the physical and chemical form (e.g. liquid salt solution or solid oxide

mixture).

(e) FedEx Express will not accept Radioactive Material, Excepted Package (UN 2908, UN 2909, UN 2910,

UN 2911) in an Overpack nor will more than one package on a skid/pallet be accepted.

FX-04

(a) The following Class 8 substances will not be accepted for carriage (see Packing Instructions [–] listed

after each substance):

UN Number — Description

UN 1796 Nitrating acid mixture, over 40% concentration [854, 855]

UN 1826 Nitrating acid mixtures, spent, over 40% concentration [854, 855]

UN 2031 Nitric acid, over 40% concentration [854, 855]

When shipping the above substances in acceptable concentrations, the concentration MUST be indicated on

the Shipper’s Declaration in association with the proper shipping name.

(b) Hazardous waste as defined in USG-04, will not be accepted for carriage.

(c) Division 6.2, items classed as Risk Group 4 by the World Health Organization (WHO) will not be accepted for

carriage.

(d) The following substances will not be accepted for carriage (see Packing Instructions [–] listed after each

substance):

UN Number — Description

UN 1001 Acetylene, dissolved [200]

UN 1162 Dimethyldichlorosilane [377]

UN 1308 Zirconium suspended in a flammable liquid, Packing Group I, [361]

UN 1873 Perchloric acid, over 50% concentration [553]

(e) FedEx Express will not accept for transport any item with an A2 or that meets the definition of A183 or A209

Special Provision even with a Competent Authority approval.

FX-05

(a) FedEx Express will not accept UN 3090 or UN 3480 offered as Section II.

(b) All UN 3090 lithium metal batteries under Packing Instruction 968 (Section IA, IB) require pre-approval. See

www.fedex.com/us ; keyword lithium batteries (search field).

(c) All lithium batteries (Section I, IA, IB and II) in all packing instructions must not be shipped in the same

package as the following dangerous goods classes/divisions: 1.4, 2.1, 3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2 and 8 and 2.2

with a Cargo Aircraft Only label. This includes All Packed in One, Overpacks and combination All Packed in

One/Overpacks.

(d) All Section II lithium batteries must have the UN number(s) added to the IATA lithium battery handling label

(Caution) effective 1/1/17. When the lithium battery handling label (IATA Figure 7.4.H) is applied to packages

/ overpacks for Section IB and II lithium battery shipments, the applicable UN number(s) must be marked on

the package adjacent to the lithium battery handling label.

FX-06 Dangerous goods packages that cannot accommodate all of the required Federal Express and regulatory

documentation as well as all required regulatory markings and labelling on the top or sides of the outer package,

will not be accepted for carriage. Any required documentation, marking and labelling will not be permitted on the

bottom of the package. FedEx branded packaging including brown boxes may not be used to ship dangerous

goods or dry ice. Exceptions: FedEx Express white and brown boxes and tubes may be used for FedEx Express

Section II lithium battery shipments. UN 3373, Biological Substance Category B may be shipped in the FedEx

UN 3373 Pak and the FedEx Clinical Box.

FX-07 This variation applies only when FX-18 does not apply. Hand written Shipper’s Declarations will not be

accepted. The following fields on the Shipper’s Declaration must be typed or computer generated:

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UN or ID number including the prefix, Proper shipping name, Hazard class or division, Subsidiary risk or

division(s), Packing Group, Packaging Type, Packing Instruction, Authorization, Emergency telephone number.

Note:

The technical name, when required, may be handwritten.

For radioactive shipments, in addition to the items listed above the following must also be typed or computer

generated:

Radionuclide, Special Form or Physical and Chemical Form All other entries may be handwritten.

Handwritten alterations/amendments to an entry required to be typed per FX-07 are acceptable if each

alteration/amendment is legible and signed with the same signature used to sign the Shipper’s Declaration.

FX-08 When a Shipper’s Declaration is required, three (3) copies must be provided with each shipment at the

origin location. At least two of the copies must have the diagonal hatchings printed vertically in the left and right

margins and must be printed in red.

FX-09 Not used.

FX-10 Not used.

FX-11 Not used.

FX-12 Not used.

FX-13 Not used.

FX-14 Not used.

FX-15 Not used.

FX-16 Not used.

FX-17 Not used.

FX-18 Shipper’s Declarations for dangerous goods for all FedEx Express® dangerous goods shipments

originating in the U.S. must be prepared using software with dangerous goods compliance edit checks and by

one of the following methods:

  • Certain FedEx electronic shipping solutions;
  • Recognized shipper proprietary software; or
  • FedEx recognized dangerous goods vendor software.

FX-18 currently does not apply to:

  • Shipments originating in non-U.S. locations (including U.S. territories overseas, such as Puerto Rico);
  • FedEx International Express Freight® (IXF) and FedEx International Premium® (IP1);
  • Shipments containing Class 7 radioactive materials.

Note:

A list of FedEx recognized dangerous goods shipping application vendors can be reviewed at www.fedex.com/us;

dangerous goods (keyword).

GH (Llc GloBus)

GH-01 Shipment of dangerous goods transported by Llc GloBus flights will only be acceptable after getting

advance approval of Llc GloBus. Requests for dangerous goods shipments must be sent to the following email

address: email: cgo@s7.ru

Request for approval must be submitted and be made according to the special form of approval (form is provided

by request). Form of approval to be attached to the set of accompanying documents and forwarded on board to

the crew by the handling company at the airport of departure.

GH-02 Patient specimens will only be accepted if assigned to UN 2814 or UN 2900 or UN 3373 as appropriate.

Biological substance, Category B–UN 3373 may only be accepted for carriage under necessary requirements

and after a prior Llc GloBus written approval has been grantedNot used.

GH-03 The Shipper must provide a 24-hour emergency telephone number of a person/agency who is

knowledgeable of the hazards, characteristics and actions to be taken in case of an accident or incident

concerning (any of) the dangerous goods being transported. This telephone number, including country and area

code, preceded by the words “Emergency Contact” or “24-hour number” must be inserted on the Shipper’s DGD

in the “Additional Handling Information” box, e.g. “Emergency Contact +7(495)-123-45-78”.

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JL (Japan Airlines)

JL-01 A unit load device (ULD) containing dangerous goods other than those indicated in 9.1.4, which is

transferred from another carrier, will not be accepted, unless otherwise approved by Japan Airlines.

JL-02 Not used.

JL-03 Type B(M) Packages and/or any SCO, or LSA Materials in Industrial Packagings will not be accepted for

carriage (see Subsection 10.5).

JL-04 Not used.

JL-05 Any Type B(U) Packages will not be accepted for carriage on passenger aircraft unless they are intended

for use in or incident to medical diagnosis, treatment or research (see 10.9.3, 10.5.11 and 10.10.2).

JL-06 Magnetized materials will not be carried aboard an aircraft if the net weight of the magnet itself exceeds:

  • 2,000 kg or 4,400 lb in each Unit Load Device (ULD) and bulk compartment—(B-747F or B-747 aircraft);
  • 2,000 kg or 4,400 lb in each Unit Load Device (ULD) and bulk compartment—(B-767F or B-767 aircraft);
  • 2,000 kg or 4,400 lb in each Unit Load Device (ULD) and bulk compartment—(B-777 aircraft);
  • 600 kg or 1,320 lb in one aircraft—(B-737 aircraft).

(see Packing Instruction 953).

JL-07 Not used.

JL-08 Division 6.1, Toxic substances in Packing Group I will not be accepted for carriage. Substances assigned

to Packing Group I with a toxic primary or subsidiary hazard or substances with a toxic primary or subsidiary

hazard that are required to be in Packing Group I performance standard packagings are forbidden for carriage.

JL-09 Liquid dangerous goods in single packagings of steel drums (1A1 or 1A2) and steel jerricans (3A1 or 3A2),

will not be accepted unless overpacked with suitable material to protect at least the top and bottom of the

packaging.

JL-10 Not used.

JL-11 The shipper must provide a 24-hour emergency telephone number of a person/agency who is

knowledgeable of the hazards, characteristics and actions to be taken in the case of an accident or incident

concerning each of the dangerous goods being transported. This telephone number, including the country and

area code, preceded by the words “Emergency Contact” or “24-hour number”, must be inserted on the DGD,

preferably in the “Handling Information” box, e.g. Emergency Contact +47 67 50 00 00 (see 8.1.6.11 and

10.8.3.11).

A 24-hour emergency telephone number is not required for shipments that do not require a Shipper’s Declaration

for Dangerous Goods.

KA (Hong Kong Dragon Airlines (Cathay Dragon))

KA-01 UN 3480 Lithium ion batteries. Lithium ion cells and batteries are prohibited from carriage as cargo on

Cathay Dragon aircraft. This applies to Section IA, IB and Section II of Packing Instruction 965.

This prohibition does not apply to:

  • lithium ion cells and batteries packed with or contained in equipment (UN 3481) in accordance with PI 966

and PI 967; or

  • lithium batteries (rechargeable and non-rechargeable) covered by the Provisions for Dangerous Goods

Carried by Passengers or Crew (see 2.3.2 to 2.3.5 and Table 2.3.A).

KA-02 All combination packagings containing liquid dangerous goods in Packing Groups I, II or III must contain

sufficient absorbent material to absorb the entire contents of all the inner packagings.

KA-03 Not used.

KA-04 The shipper must provide a 24-hour emergency telephone number of a person/agency who is

knowledgeable of the hazards, characteristics and actions to be taken in case of an accident or incident

concerning (each of) the dangerous goods being transported. This telephone number, including country and area

code, preceded by the words “Emergency Contact” or “24-hour number” must be inserted on the DGD preferably

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in the “Additional Handling Information” box, e.g. “Emergency Contact +47 67 50 00 00” (see 8.1.6.11 and

10.8.3.11).

KA-05 Liquid dangerous goods in single packagings of drums and jerricans of any material must be prepared as

follows:

  1. the steel drums/plastic drums/plastic jerricans must be protected by other strong outer packaging, for

example fibreboard box; or

  1. if prepared as an open overpack, a suitably sized plastic, foam or wooden pallet must be used to protect at

least the top and bottom of the packaging.

KA-06 In addition to the requirements of 8.2.5, the UN number(s) of all shipments of dangerous goods in

excepted quantities must be indicated on the air waybill.

KA-07 UN 3090 Lithium metal batteries. Lithium metal cells and batteries are prohibited from carriage as cargo

on Cathay Dragon aircraft. This applies to Section IA, IB and Section II of Packing Instruction 968.

This prohibition does not apply to:

  • lithium metal cells and batteries packed with or contained in equipment (UN 3091) in accordance with PI 969

and PI 970; or

  • lithium batteries (rechargeable and non-rechargeable) covered by the Provisions for Dangerous Goods

Carried by Passengers or Crew (see 2.3.2 to 2.3.5 and Table 2.3.A).

KA-08 All packages prepared in accordance with Section II of PI 967 or Section II of PI 970 must bear the lithium

battery mark or lithium battery handling label as required by 7.1.5.5 or 7.2.4.7 respectively. This requirement

applies to all packages of lithium batteries contained in equipment, even where the package contains no more

than four cells or two batteries installed in equipment. The requirement for the lithium battery mark or lithium

battery handling label does not apply to packages containing only button cells installed in equipment (including

circuit boards). Not used.

LD (Air Hong Kong)

LD-01 UN 3480 Lithium ion batteries. Lithium ion cells and batteries are prohibited from carriage as cargo on Air

Hong Kong aircraft. This applies to Section IA, IB and Section II of Packing Instruction 965.

This prohibition does not apply to:

  • lithium ion cells and batteries packed with or contained in equipment (UN 3481) in accordance with PI 966

and PI 967; or

  • lithium batteries (rechargeable and non-rechargeable) covered by the Provisions for Dangerous Goods

Carried by Passengers or Crew (see 2.3.2 to 2.3.5 and Table 2.3.A).

LD-02 All combination packagings containing liquid dangerous goods in Packing Groups I, II or III must contain

sufficient absorbent material to absorb the entire contents of all the inner packagings.

LD-03 Not used.

LD-04 The shipper must provide a 24-hour emergency telephone number of a person/agency who is

knowledgeable of the hazards, characteristics and actions to be taken in case of an accident or incident

concerning (each of) the dangerous goods being transported. This telephone number, including country and area

code, preceded by the words “Emergency Contact” or “24-hour number” must be inserted on the DGD preferably

in the “Additional Handling Information” box, e.g. “Emergency Contact +47 67 50 00 00” (see 8.1.6.11 and

10.8.3.11).

LD-05 Liquid dangerous goods in single packagings of drums and jerricans of any material must be prepared as

follows:

  1. the steel drums/plastic drums/plastic jerricans must be protected by other strong outer packaging, for

example fibreboard box; or

  1. if prepared as an open overpack, a suitably sized plastic, foam or wooden pallet must be used to protect at

least the top and bottom of the packaging.

LD-06 In addition to the requirements of 8.2.5, the UN number(s) of all shipments of dangerous goods in

excepted quantities must be indicated on the air waybill.

LD-07 UN 3090 Lithium metal batteries. Lithium metal cells and batteries are prohibited from carriage as cargo

on Air Hong Kong aircraft. This applies to Section IA, IB and Section II of Packing Instruction 968.

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This prohibition does not apply to:

  • lithium metal cells and batteries packed with or contained in equipment (UN 3091) in accordance with PI 969

and PI 970; or

  • lithium batteries (rechargeable and non-rechargeable) covered by the Provisions for Dangerous Goods

Carried by Passengers or Crew (see 2.3.2 to 2.3.5 and Table 2.3.A).

LD-08 All packages prepared in accordance with Section II of PI 967 or Section II of PI 970 must bear the lithium

battery mark or lithium battery handling label as required by 7.1.5.5 or 7.2.4.7 respectively. This requirement

applies to all packages of lithium batteries contained in equipment, even where the package contains no more

than four cells or two batteries installed in equipment. The requirement for the lithium battery mark or lithium

battery handling label does not apply to packages containing only button cells installed in equipment (including

circuit boards). Not used.

LX (Swiss International)

LX-01 Following class 7 articles or substances will not be accepted for carriage (see Subsection 10.4):

UN Number — Description

UN 2919 Radioactive material, transported under special arrangement non fissile or fissile excepted

UN 2977 Radioactive material, uranium hexafluoride, fissile

UN 3321 Radioactive material, low specific activity (LSA-II) non fissile or fissile excepted

UN 3322 Radioactive material, low specific activity (LSA-III) non fissile or fissile excepted

UN 3324 Radioactive material, low specific activity (LSA-II), fissile

UN 3325 Radioactive material, low specific activity (LSA-III), fissile

UN 3326 Radioactive material, surface contaminated objects (SCO-I or SCO-II), fissile

UN 3327 Radioactive material, Type A package, fissile non-special form

UN 3328 Radioactive material, Type B(U) package, fissile

UN 3329 Radioactive material, Type B(M) package, fissile

UN 3330 Radioactive material, Type C package, fissile

UN 3331 Radioactive material, transported under special arrangement, fissile

UN 3333 Radioactive material, Type A package, special form, fissile

LX-02 Except for ID 8000, Consumer commodity, dangerous goods in limited quantities (“Y” packing

instructions) will not be accepted for carriage (see Subsection 2.7 and all “Y” Packing Instructions).

LX-03 Mercurial barometers or thermometers will not be accepted for carriage in baggage, except a small

medical or clinical thermometer for personal use when in its protective case (see 2.3.3.1).

LX-04 Camping stoves (gas or fuel) will not be accepted for carriage in baggage. This variation applies also to

used camping stoves which have been thoroughly cleaned (see 2.3.2.5).

LX-05 The shipper must provide a 24-hour emergency telephone number of a person who is knowledgeable of

the hazard, characteristics and actions to be taken in case of an accident or incident. The telephone number

must include the country and area code preceded by the words “Emergency Contact” or “24-hour number”, must

be inserted on the Shipper’s Declaration for Dangerous Goods, preferably in the “Handling Information” box.

A 24-hour emergency telephone is not required for shipments that do not require a Shipper’s Declaration for

Dangerous Goods.

LX-06 The following items are not accepted for carriage as cargo:

  • UN 3090 Lithium metal batteries–PI 968, Section IA, IB and II
  • UN 3091 Lithium metal batteries packed with equipment–PI 969, Section I
  • UN 3091 Lithium metal batteries contained in equipment–PI 970, Section I
  • UN 3480 Lithium ion batteries–PI 965, Section IA, IB and II
  • UN 3481 Lithium ion batteries packed with equipment–PI 966, Section I

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  • UN 3481 Lithium ion batteries contained in equipment–PI 967, Section I

LX-07 UN 3171 Battery-Powered Vehicles are not accepted as cargo. This prohibition does not

apply to UN 3171 Battery-Powered Equipment.

OS (Austrian Airlines)

OS-01 UN 3481 Lithium ion batteries contained in equipment, PI 967, Section I (battery/pack more than 100 Wh)

will not be accepted for carriage as cargo. Dangerous goods in “Limited Quantities” (“Y” Packing Instructions) will

not be accepted for carriage. Exception: Consumer commodity (ID 8000) will be accepted (see Subsection 2.7

and all “Y” Packing Instructions).

OS-02 Not used Dangerous goods in consolidations will not be accepted for carriage, except for the following

shipments:

  • consolidations containing UN1845, Carbon dioxide, solid (Dry ice) when used as a refrigerant;
  • consolidations with only one house air waybill;
  • consolidations with more than one house air waybill, in case of identical shipper.

OS-03 Dangerous goods in “Limited Quantities” (“Y” Packing Instructions) will not be accepted for carriage.

Exception: Consumer commodity (ID 8000) will be accepted (see Subsection 2.7 and all “Y” Packing

Instructions). Biological substance, Category B (UN 3373) will not be accepted in air mail (see 2.4).

OS-04 Biological substance, Category B (UN 3373) will not be accepted in air mail (see 2.4). UN 3356 Oxygen

generator, chemical will not be accepted.

OS-05 UN 3373 Biological substance, Category B will be accepted as cargo if the packaging meets the

requirements of Packing Instruction 620. Marking and entries on the air waybill must comply with IATA

requirements for UN 3373.

OS-06 Fissile Material will not be accepted.

OS-07 Intermediate bulk containers (IBC) will not be accepted. Exception: The IBC packagings 11A, 21A, 11B,

21B, 11N, 21N and 11C will be accepted under the condition that they are stackable with a minimum topload of

2,000 kg (stacking test load at least 3,600 kg). Advance arrangements with Lufthansa Cargo AG are required.

OS-08 The following restrictions apply to lithium ion and lithium metal batteries as follows:

  1. UN 3480 Lithium ion batteries prepared in accordance with Section IA, IB and II PI 965 and UN 3090 Lithium

metal batteries prepared in accordance with Section IA, IB and II PI 968 will not be accepted for carriage as

cargo;

  1. All consignments containing the following lithium batteries are prohibited as cargo on passenger aircraft and

must be shown on the DGD as Cargo Aircraft Only with packages bearing the Cargo Aircraft Only label:

  • UN 3091 Lithium metal batteries packed with equipment prepared in accordance with Section I of

PI 969;

  • UN 3091 Lithium metal batteries contained in equipment prepared in accordance with Section I of

PI 970;

  • UN 3481 Lithium ion batteries packed with equipment prepared in accordance with Section I of PI 966;
  • UN 3481 Lithium ion batteries contained in equipment prepared in accordance with Section I of PI 967.
  1. All consignments containing the following lithium batteries are permitted as cargo on passenger and cargo

aircraft:

  • UN 3481 Lithium ion batteries packed with equipment in accordance with Section II of PI 966;
  • UN 3481 Lithium ion batteries contained in equipment in accordance with Section II of PI 967;
  • UN 3091 Lithium metal batteries packed with equipment in accordance with Section II of PI 969;
  • UN 3091 Lithium metal batteries contained in equipment in accordance with Section II of PI 970.

OS-09 All consignments containing UN 3171 Battery-powered vehicle and Battery-powered equipment are

prohibited on passenger aircraft.

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P3 (Cargologicair)

P3-01 Packages with dangerous goods, primary risk of Class 8, labelled “Cargo Aircraft Only”, are forbidden for

transport on lower deck of the aircraft.

P3-02 UN 3090, Section IA of PI 968 and UN 3091, Section I of PI 969 and PI 970 are accepted for carriage

upon prior approval of the airline. Request for approval must be by email: dg@cargologicair.com

P3-03 UN3480, Section 1A of PI 965 and UN3481, Section 1 of PI 966 and PI967 are accepted for carriage upon

prior approval of the airline. Request for approval must be via email: dg@cargologicair.com

P3-04 UN3480 Section 1B, 11 of PI965, UN3481 Section 11 of PI966 and PI967, UN3090 Section 1B,11 of PI

968 and UN3091, Section 11 of PI969 and PI 970 are accepted for carriage only with a completed and signed

“Shippers Declaration for Lithium Battery” form. This form can be obtained from local airline offices or via email:

dg@cargologicair.com

S7 (PJSC Siberia Airlines)

S7-01 Shipment of dangerous goods transported by Siberia Airlines flights will only be acceptable after getting

advance approval of Siberia Airlines. Requests for dangerous goods shipments must be sent to the following

email address: email: cgo@s7.ru

Request for approval must be submitted and be made according to the special form of approval (form is provided

by request). Form of approval to be attached to the set of accompanying documents and forwarded on board to

the crew by the handling company at the airport of departure.

S7-02 Patient specimens will only be accepted if assigned to UN 2814 or UN 2900 or UN 3373 as appropriate.

Biological substance, Category B–UN 3373 may only be accepted for carriage under necessary requirements

and after a prior Siberia Airlines written approval has been grantedNot used.

S7-03 The Shipper must provide a 24-hour emergency telephone number of a person/agency who is

knowledgeable of the hazards, characteristics and actions to be taken in case of an accident or incident

concerning (any of) the dangerous goods being transported. This telephone number, including country and area

code, preceded by the words “Emergency Contact” or “24-hour number” must be inserted on the Shipper’s DGD

in the “Additional Handling Information” box, e.g. “Emergency Contact +7(495)-123-45-78”.

SS (Corsair)

SS-01 Class 7—Radioactive material, including all categories of excepted packages, will not be accepted for

transport (see 10.10.2).

SS-02 Diving lamps are accepted by Corsair International only in carry-on baggage (see 2.3.4.6).

SS-03 The word x package of “Lithium [ion or metal] batteries in compliance with Section II of PI966, PI967,

PI969 or PI970” must be added in the “other load” part of the NOTOC, or as a remark, where “x” is the number of

package(s).

Note:

The number of packages marked with the lithium battery handling label in compliance with the Section II of the

packing instructions 966-967,969-970, must be added in the nature of the product box of the air waybill.

SS-04 For shipments of UN 3171 powered by lithium batteries, Corsair International requires the additional

marking, “Contains Lithium Batteries.” The marking must meet the requirements as stated in 7.1.4.4.1 and be

near the proper shipping name mark.

SS-05 Where any doubt arises regarding the classification or identification of a substance, the shipper must

provide, upon request by Corsair Int or its representative, the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for the

substance. The MSDS must include the UN number, packing group if necessary, proper shipping name, and all

other relevant transport information.

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TS (Air Transat)

TS-01 Air Transat Cargo will only accept for carriage dangerous goods of the following classes as cargo:

  • Class 2: Gases;
  • Class 3: Flammable liquids;
  • Class 8: Corrosives; and
  • Class 9: Miscellaneous dangerous goods.

TS-02 In addition to the limits of TS-01, biological substance, Category B, UN 3373 will not be accepted.

TS-03 The following dangerous goods will not be accepted as cargo:

  • UN 3091, Lithium metal batteries packed with equipment (PI 969, Section I and II);
  • UN 3091, Lithium metal batteries contained in equipment (PI 970, Section I and II); and
  • UN 3480, Lithium ion batteries (PI 965, Section IA, IB and II).

TS-04 Battery-powered wheelchairs or mobility-aids with spillable batteries will not be accepted.

Note:

Battery-powered wheelchairs and mobility aids with non-spillable or lithium batteries are acceptable.

TS-05 Lithium Ion battery UN 3481 when shipped as cargo prepared in accordance with Section II of Packing

Instruction 966 or with Section II of Packing Instruction 967 must be indentified on the NOTOC.

UU (Air Austral)

UU-01 Dangerous goods as defined in the current edition of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations will not be

accepted in AIR MAIL (see 2.4 and 10.2.2).

UU-02 Dangerous goods as defined below will not be accepted for carriage on board Air Austral aircraft:

(a) Division 2.3—Toxic gases;

(b) Division 6.1—Toxic substances in Packing Group I.

UU-03 Radioactive material will not be accepted for carriage other than radioactive material, excepted package,

AOG aircraft components, (see 10.10.2).

UU-04 Battery-powered mobility aids with spillable batteries will only be accepted through Air Austral Cargo (see

2.3.2.3).

UU-05 All blood products and biological samples, human or animal origin, must be carried as Cargo. They are

not permitted as baggage. They must be classified as UN 2814, Infectious substance, affecting humans,

(liquid or solid) or UN 2900, Infectious substances, affecting animals, (liquid or solid) both in Division 6.2 and

packed according to Packing Instruction 620. The only exception to this rule is human or animal blood and

plasma free from any pathogen and destined for human or veterinary treatment. In these cases, the shipment

must be classified as non-dangerous pharmaceuticals, life-saving drugs. The air waybill must bear a detailed

commodity description to enable identification.

Biological substance, Category B, UN 3373 may be accepted only as cargo and as long as a valid and free from

any Pathogen Biological Certification is dully given to the Operator and must be packed in accordance with

Packing Instruction 650 (see Packing Instruction 650).

UU-06 The following dangerous goods permitted in passenger baggage as per 2.3 and Table 2.3.A are only

allowed with the approval of the operator:

  • fuel cell cartridges (2.3.5.10);
  • non-infectious specimens containing small quantities of flammable liquids (2.3.5.14);
  • internal combustion or fuel cell engines (2.3.5.15).

UU-07 Chemical agent monitoring equipment containing radioactive materials carried by staff members of the

Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) are forbidden on the Air Austral network.