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Lithium Battery

Lithium Battery

Lithium ion batteries accepted for carriage

You may bring laptop computer, cell phone, camera or other portable electronic devices containing lithium batteries not exceeding a watt-hour rating of 100Wh as carry-on baggage and spare batteries on board.

Lithium ion batteries restricted for carriage

With the approval of the operator, lithium batteries exceeding a watt-hour rating of 100Wh but not exceeding 160Wh may be carried. No more than two spare batteries can be carried by per passenger. Do not put in checked luggage.

Lithium ion batteries forbidden for carriage

Lithium batteries exceeding 160Wh are forbidden to be carried or checked in luggage.

Precautions for lithium ion batteries

Spare batteries must be individually protected so as to prevent short circuits (by placement in original retail packaging or by otherwise insulating terminals, taping over exposed terminals or placing each battery in a separate plastic bag or protective pouch)

Mobile power supply (Charge Pal)

It is regarded as spare lithium battery and can only be carried as hand baggage. A 100WH-160WH mobile power supply (Charge Pal) can be carried in hand baggage subject to the approval of the carrier, but during flight it is forbidden to use it to charge any electronic devices.

A mobile power supply (Charge Pal) with a switch must be in the OFF mode during flight. Any 160WH-plus mobile power supply (Charge Pal) is prohibited either in hand baggage or in checked baggage.

Severe consequences from illegal carriage of lithium ion batteries

Illegal carrying of lithium batteries will be harmful to personal and property safety. Serious consequences will be subject to legal penalty. Your checked baggage may be detained by security and consequently cannot arrive with you.