These are sent as checked in baggage, the wheels should be dismantled during transport and everything packed in a special bag to reduce the risk of damage. These bags can be purchased at most airports.
It is forbidden to use the following items during take off and landing and when the fasten seatbelt sign is illuminated:
- Equipment for sound and voice – recording
- Electr- onic toys
- Electric razor
It is forbidden to use the following on board the aircraft at anytime:
- Mobile phone/Walkie-Talkie
- CD player
- Radio transmitters
- Remote controlled equipment
- Radio and TV recievers
- and any other equipment that contains a radio transmitter
Dangerous goods that are permitted for transport in baggage: Alcoholic beverages Max 5 litres per passenger, bottles should be sealed Dry ice Max 1 kg per passenger, packed in water and carried in hand baggage Matches and lighters Matches – carried on the person, for personal use Lighters – Max 5 per passenger – refills/lighter fluid cannot be carried Ammunition for shooting activities Should be in original packing and carried in checked in baggage. Max. 5 kgs per person. Flares are not permitted Medicine and toiletries Checked in baggage – up to 2 litres of sprays, perfumes, colognes and medicines containing alcohol Hand baggage – maximum 0.5 litres or 0.5kg. Each item should not be over 0.3 litres or 0.3kg Curling tongs – gas powered In either checked in baggage or hand baggage – must not be used onboard Knifes, scissors or other sharp objects Knife blade max 5cm – Must be in checked in baggage Oxygen Pressurised container with inhalator, with max 1 litre volume can be carried in the cabin Forbidden Dangerous goods Pyrotechnic items (fireworks, blank cartridges etc) Not permitted in either hand or checked in baggage Mercury thermometer Not permitted in either hand or checked in baggage Flammable liquids (paint, paraffin, etc) Not permitted in either hand or checked in baggage The following equipment potentially contain dangerous goods: Ski Equipment Possibly contains gas container for gas operated blow torch Military baggage Possibly contains lose rounds, ammunition, hand and smoke grenades Camping Equipment Possibly contains primus stoves with fuel, matches, flares Industrial packing – wooden or metal containers, metal / thermos flasks For further information, please contact the check-in staff
Ski equipment Skis can be carried; however they must be packed in a ski bag. They should be securely packed with one pair of skis and one set of poles per bag. If over normal baggage allowance then excess baggage charges apply Golfbag Golfbag is counted as checked in baggage. If over normal baggage allowance then excess baggage charges apply. A golfbag may contain clubs and a pair of shoes.
According to law, it is forbidden to carry a firearm in the passenger cabin. Weapons Weapons and ammunition must be checked in. The weapon should be separated into two parts and packed in separate bags. Max 5kgs ammunition per person may be carried. This should be in checked in luggage and carried in the hold of the aircraft. Ammuntion Ammunition should be packed in original packing. Rifle cartridges should be packed separated from each other with partition walls within the ammunitions box. Shotgun cartridges must not be loose in their box. We do not allow passengers to combine packing of ammunition so that more than 5 kgs is carried in any single bag. Quantities larger than 5kg must be sent as freight
Excess over the allowed weight is charged at 30 Swedish Kronor inclusive tax per kilo Baggage that weighs over 20kg – excluding hand baggage, is considered overweight unless your ticket states that you may carry more than 20kg. Maximum weight permitted is 30kg. For passengers with commuter tickets or company agreements the allowance is 30kg In connection with overweight baggage you will be directed to our ticket office to pay for any excess.