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Purpose This AC provides guidance regarding the requirements for carry-on baggage. The purpose of the AC is to provide general information relating to carry-on baggage and features that should be considered in an operator’s carry-on baggage programme, to assist with the development of policy and procedures. (...) Version Date Details v1.0 May 2021 Initial AC. CARRY-ON BAGGAGE Multi-Part AC 121-08, AC 133-08 and AC 135-06 - Version 1.0 May 2021 Page 2 FOR FLIGHT OPERATIONS REGULATIONS COMMENCING ON 2 DECEMBER 2021 Contents 1 Reference material 3 1.1 Acronyms 3 1.2 Definitions 3 1.3 References 5 2 Introduction 7 2.1 Carry-on baggage 7 3 Carry-on baggage allowances 8 3.1 Carry-on baggage size and weight limitations 8 3.2 Dangerous goods in carry-on baggage 9 4 Management of carry-on baggage 10 4.1 Developing procedures based on risk 10 4.2 Responsibilities for the management of carry-on baggage 10 4.3 Excess carry-on baggage 10 4.4 Carry-on baggage in an evacuation 11 5 Carry-on baggage procedures 13 5.1 Considerations 13 5.2 Information recommended to be included 13 6 Provision of carry-on baggage information to passengers 16 6.1 Considerations and methods of providing information 16 6.2 Dangerous goods information 17 6.3 Information recommended to be included 17 CARRY-ON BAGGAGE Multi-Part AC 121-08, AC 133-08 and AC 135-06 - Version 1.0 May 2021 Page 3 FOR FLIGHT OPERATIONS REGULATIONS COMMENCING ON 2 DECEMBER 2021 1 Reference material 1.1 Acronyms The acronyms and abbreviations used in this AC are listed in the table below. (...) It is recommended that seat pockets be used for small personal items and not carry-on baggage. − If cabin crew are carried, the crew member(s) responsible for ensuring that carry-on baggage is properly stowed.
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Score: 485207.2 - https://www.icao.int/safety/ai...AC-135-06-carry-on-baggage.pdf
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ECE/TRADE/315 Page 7 ANNEX 2 CODE LIST FOR TYPES OF MEANS OF TRANSPORT 2.1 Maritime transport (Mode of Transport 1) CI M Code Name Description 1 50 General cargo vessel Vessel designed to carry general cargo. 1 50 1 Grain vessel Vessel designed to carry grain. 1 50 2 Timber/log carrier Vessel designed to carry logs and timber. 1 50 3 Wood chips vessel Vessel designed to carry wood chips. 1 50 4 Steel products vessel Vessel designed to carry steel products. 1 50 5 Carrier, general cargo/container Vessel designed to carry general cargo and containers. 1 50 6 Temperature controlled cargo vessels Vessel designed to carry temperature-controlled cargo. 1 51 Unit carrier Vessel designed to carry unit loads 1 51 1 Full container ship/cellular vessel Vessel designed to carry containers only. 1 51 2 RoRo vessel Vessel with ramp designed to carry roll-on/roll-off cargo. 1 51 3 Car carrier Vessel designed to carry automotive vehicles or their knock-down parts. 1 51 4 Livestock carrier Vessel designed to carry livestock. 1 51 5 Barge carrier – Lash ship Vessel designed to carry barges. Lash means lighters aboard ship. 1 51 6 Chemical carrier Vessel designed to carry chemicals in bulk or drums not in tanks. 1 51 7 Irradiated fuel carrier Vessel designed to carry irradiated fuel. 1 51 8 Heavy cargo vessel Ship designed to carry heavy cargo. 1 51 9 RoRo/Container vessel Vessel designed to carry both containers and roll-on/roll-off cargo. 1 52 Bulk carrier Vessel designed to carry bulk cargo. 1 52 1 Dry bulk carrier Vessel designed to carry dry bulk (expellers). ECE/TRADE/315 Page 8 CI M Code Name Description 1 52 2 Ore carrier Vessel designed to carry ore. 1 52 3 Cement carrier Vessel designed to carry cement. 1 52 4 Gravel carrier Vessel designed to carry gravel. 1 52 5 Coal carrier Vessel designed to carry coal. 1 53 Tanker Vessel solely equipped with tanks to carry cargo. 1 53 1 Crude oil tanker Tanker designed to carry crude oil. 1 53 2 Chemical tanker, coaster Tanker designed to carry chemicals in coastal traffic. 1 53 3 Chemical tanker, deep sea Tanker designed to carry chemicals in deep sea. 1 53 4 Oil and other derivatives tanker Tanker designed to carry oil and other derivatives. 1 54 Liquefied gas tanker Tanker designed to carry liquefied gas. 1 54 1 LPG tanker Vessel designed to carry Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). 1 54 2 LNG tanker Tanker designed to carry Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG). 1 54 3 LNG/LPG tanker Tanker designed to carry Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). 1 55 Other special tanker Tanker designed to carry other special liquids. 1 55 1 Asphalt/bitumen tanker Tanker designed asphalt and bitumen. 1 55 2 Molasses tanker Tanker designed to carry molasses. 1 55 3 Vegetable oil tanker Tanker designed to carry vegetable oil. + 1 57 Cargo and passenger vessel Vessel designed to carry cargo and passengers. 1 59 Passenger ship Vessel designed to carry more than 12 passengers. 1 59 1 Cruise ship Passenger ship designed to carry tourists on specified routes. 1 59 2 Ferry Vessel designed to ply regularly between two or more ports. 1 59 3 Other passenger ship Vessel designed to carry passengers, not otherwise specified.
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Score: 481153.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...y/plenary03/docs/ecetrd315.pdf
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ANNEX 2 CODE LIST FOR TYPES OF MEANS OF TRANSPORT 2.1 Maritime transport (Mode of Transport 1) CI M Code Name Description 1 50 General cargo vessel Vessel designed to carry general cargo. 1 50 1 Grain vessel Vessel designed to carry grain. 1 50 2 Timber/log carrier Vessel designed to carry logs and timber. 1 50 3 Wood chips vessel Vessel designed to carry wood chips. 1 50 4 Steel products vessel Vessel designed to carry steel products. 1 50 5 Carrier, general cargo/container Vessel designed to carry general cargo and containers. 1 50 6 Temperature controlled cargo vessels Vessel designed to carry temperature-controlled cargo. 1 51 Unit carrier Vessel designed to carry unit loads 1 51 1 Full container ship/cellular vessel Vessel designed to carry containers only. 1 51 2 RoRo vessel Vessel with ramp designed to carry roll-on/roll-off cargo. 1 51 3 Car carrier Vessel designed to carry automotive vehicles or their knock-down parts. 1 51 4 Livestock carrier Vessel designed to carry livestock. 1 51 5 Barge carrier – Lash ship Vessel designed to carry barges. Lash means lighters aboard ship. 1 51 6 Chemical carrier Vessel designed to carry chemicals in bulk or drums not in tanks. 1 51 7 Irradiated fuel carrier TRADE/CEFACT/2001/23 page 8 CI M Code Name Description Vessel designed to carry irradiated fuel. 1 51 8 Heavy cargo vessel Ship designed to carry heavy cargo. 1 51 9 RoRo/Container vessel Vessel designed to carry both containers and roll-on/roll-off cargo. 1 52 Bulk carrier Vessel designed to carry bulk cargo. 1 52 1 Dry bulk carrier Vessel designed to carry dry bulk (expellers). 1 52 2 Ore carrier Vessel designed to carry ore. 1 52 3 Cement carrier Vessel designed to carry cement. 1 52 4 Gravel carrier Vessel designed to carry gravel. 1 52 5 Coal carrier Vessel designed to carry coal. 1 53 Tanker Vessel solely equipped with tanks to carry cargo. 1 53 1 Crude oil tanker Tanker designed to carry crude oil. 1 53 2 Chemical tanker, coaster Tanker designed to carry chemicals in coastal traffic. 1 53 3 Chemical tanker, deep sea Tanker designed to carry chemicals in deep sea. 1 53 4 Oil and other derivatives tanker Tanker designed to carry oil and other derivatives. 1 54 Liquefied gas tanker Tanker designed to carry liquefied gas. 1 54 1 LPG tanker Vessel designed to carry Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). 1 54 2 LNG tanker Tanker designed to carry Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG). 1 54 3 LNG/LPG tanker Tanker designed to carry Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). 1 55 Other special tanker Tanker designed to carry other special liquids. 1 55 1 Asphalt/bitumen tanker Tanker designed asphalt and bitumen. 1 55 2 Molasses tanker Tanker designed to carry molasses. 1 55 3 Vegetable oil tanker Tanker designed to carry vegetable oil. 1 59 Passenger ship TRADE/CEFACT/2001/23 page 9 CI M Code Name Description Vessel designed to carry more than 12 passengers. 1 59 1 Cruise ship Passenger ship designed to carry tourists on specified routes. 1 59 2 Ferry Vessel designed to ply regularly between two or more ports. 1 59 3 Other passenger ship Vessel designed to carry passengers, not otherwise specified. 1 59 4 Passenger ship, sailing Vessel designed to carry passengers and mainly propelled by sails. 1 60 Assistance vessel Vessel designed to give assistance. 1 60 1 Tug, without tow Vessel designed to tow objects but sailing alone. 1 60 2 Tug, with tow Vessel designed to tow, and towing an object. 1 60 3 Salvage vessel Vessel designed to salvage. 1 60 4 Rescue vessel Vessel designed to effect rescue operations. 1 60 5 Oil combat vessel Vessel designed to combat oil spills. 1 60 6 Oil rig Object designed for drilling oil at sea. 1 60 7 Hospital vessel Vessel designed to serve as a hospital at sea. 1 70 Other sea-going vessel Sea-going vessel, not otherwise specified. 1 71 1 Pilot boat Vessel designed to convey pilots to/from ships. 1 71 2 Patrol/measure ship Vessel designed to guard, patrol or measure. 1 72 Work ship Vessel designed to assist in work. 1 72 1 Supply vessel Vessel designed to provide supplies. 1 72 3 Offshore support vessel Vessel designed to provide offshore support. 1 72 4 Pontoon Flat-bottomed vessel with a flat deck. 1 72 5 Stone dumping vessel Vessel designed to dump stones. 1 72 6 Cable layer Vessel designed to lay cable. 1 72 7 Buoyage vessel Vessel designed to handle buoys. 1 72 8 Icebreaker Vessel designed to break ice. 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TRADE/CEFACT/2001/23 page 12 CI M Code Name Description 3 5 Tiptanker Automotive vehicle designed with a tank lifting capability. 3 6 Truck, dry bulk Automotive vehicle designed for carrying dry bulk cargo. 3 7 Truck, container Automotive vehicle designed for carrying containers. 3 8 Carrier, car Automotive vehicle designed for carrying motorcars. 3 9 Truck, reefer Automotive vehicle designed for the carriage of frozen cargo. 3 10 Truck, mail Automotive vehicle designed for carrying mail. 3 11 Truck dump Automotive vehicle designed with a cargo-dumping capability. 3 12 Truck, forklift Automotive vehicle designed for lifting cargo and heavy objects. 3 13 Loader, shovel Automotive vehicle designed for shoveling sand and other bulk material. 3 14 Truck, platform, fixed Automotive vehicle designed with a fixed platform. 3 15 Carrier, straddle Automotive vehicle designed for lifting and transporting containers. 3 20 Crane, mobile Automotive vehicle with cargo crane. 3 20 1 Car, elevator Automotive vehicle with raisable work platform. 3 30 Bus Automotive vehicle designed for carrying more than 8 passengers including the driver. 3 30 1 Trailer, bus Trailer for carrying passengers and/or luggage. 3 30 2 Bus, highway Automotive vehicle designed for highway travel. 3 30 3 Bus, sightseeing Automotive vehicle designed for sightseeing. 3 30 4 Bus, airport/city Automotive vehicle designed to carry passengers and their baggage between an airport and a city and return. 3 60 Tractor, industrial Automotive vehicle designed for towing one or more trailers. 3 62 Truck, freezer with isothermic trailer, Automotive vehicle designed for carrying frozen goods with a trailer designed for carrying temperature-controlled goods. 3 63 Truck, isothermic and trailer Automotive vehicle with trailer designed to carry temperature-controlled goods. 3 64 Truck, refrigerated with isothermic trailer Automotive vehicle designed for carrying refrigerated goods with a trailer designed for carrying temperature-controlled goods. 3 65 Truck, freezer with refrigerated trailer Automotive vehicle designed for carrying frozen goods with a trailer designed for carrying refrigerated goods.
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Score: 480318.2 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...nary/plenary01/docs/01cf23.pdf
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Photography (Photography) 3011100 A flight to carry out aerial photography Search and rescue (Search and rescue) 3011200 A flight to carry out search and rescue operations. (...) Photography (Photography) 3021100 A flight to carry out aerial photography Search and rescue (Search and rescue) 3021200 A flight to carry out search and rescue operations. (...) Article 3b of the Convention Police (Police) 4010000 A flight carried out by the police Coast guard (Coast guard) 4020000 A flight carried out by the Coast Guard or similar agency.
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Score: 480043.85 - https://www.icao.int/safety/ai...-%20Aviation%20Operations).pdf
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TRADE/CEFACT/2000/29 page 7 ANNEX 2 CODE LIST FOR TYPES OF MEANS OF TRANSPORT 2.1 Maritime transport (Mode of Transport 1) CI M Code Name Description 1 50 General cargo vessel Vessel designed to carry general cargo. 1 51 0 Unit carrier Vessel designed to carry unit loads. 1 50 1 Grain vessel Vessel designed to carry grain. 1 50 2 Timber / log carrier Vessel designed to carry logs and timber. 1 50 3 Wood chips vessel Vessel designed to carry wood chips. 1 50 4 Steel products vessel Vessel designed to carry steel products. 1 50 5 Carrier, general cargo/container Vessel designed to carry general cargo and containers. 1 51 1 Full container ship /cellular vessel Vessel designed to carry containers only. 1 51 2 RoRo Vessel Vessel with ramp designed to carry roll on roll of cargo. 1 51 3 Car carrier Vessel designed to carry automotive vehicles or their knock-down parts. 1 51 4 Livestock carrier Vessel designed to carry livestock. 1 51 5 Barge carrier - lash ship Vessel designed to carry barges. Lash = Lighters on board ship. 1 51 6 Chemical carrier Vessel designed to carry chemicals in bulk or drums not in tanks.. 1 51 7 Irradiated fuel carrier Vessel designed to carry irradiated fuel. 1 51 8 Heavy cargo vessel Vessel designed to carry heavy cargo. 1 51 9 RoRo/Container vessel Vessel designed to carry both containers and roll-on/roll-off cargo. 1 52 Bulk carrier Vessel designed to carry bulk cargo. 1 52 1 Dry bulk carrier Vessel designed to carry dry bulk (expellers). 1 52 2 Ore Carrier TRADE/CEFACT/2000/29 page 8 CI M Code Name Description Vessel designed to carry ore. 1 52 3 Cement carrier Vessel designed to carry cement. 1 52 4 Gravel carrier Vessel designed to carry gravel. 1 52 5 Coal carrier Vessel designed to carry coal. 1 53 Tanker Vessel solely equipped with tanks to carry cargo. 1 53 1 Crude oil tanker Tanker designed to carry crude oil. 1 53 2 Chemical tanker coaster Tanker designed to carry chemicals in coastal traffic. 1 53 3 Chemical tanker, deep sea Tanker designed to carry chemicals in deep sea. 1 53 4 Oil and other derivatives tanker Tanker designed to carry oil and other derivatives. 1 54 Liquefied gas tanker Tanker designed to carry liquefied gas. 1 54 1 LPG tanker Vessel designed to carry Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). 1 54 2 LNG tanker Tanker designed to carry Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG). 1 54 3 LNG/LPG tanker Tanker designed to carry Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). 1 55 Other special tanker Tanker designed to carry other special liquids. 1 55 1 Asphalt / bitumen tanker Tanker designed asphalt and bitumen. 1 55 2 Molasses tanker Tanker designed to carry molasses. 1 55 3 Vegetable oil tanker Tanker designed to carry vegetable oil. 1 59 Passenger ship Vessel designed to carry more than 12 passengers. 1 59 1 Cruise ship Passenger vessel designed to carry tourists on specified routes. 1 59 2 Ferry Vessel designed to ply regularly between two or more ports. 1 59 3 Other passenger ship Vessel designed to carry passengers, not otherwise specified. 1 59 4 Passenger ship, sailing Vessel designed to carry passengers and mainly propelled by sails. 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TRADE/CEFACT/2000/29 page 13 2.3 Road transport (Mode of Transport 3) CI M Code Name Description 3 1 Truck Automotive vehicle designed for hauling loads. 3 2 Truck, tank Automotive vehicle with a tank. 3 3 Tractor Automotive Vehicle with an engine designed for pulling. 3 4 Van Closed automotive vehicle designed for carrying freight. 3 4 1 Van, delivery Automotive vehicle designed for making fast deliveries. 3 4 2 Van, light Automotive vehicle designed for light carriage. 3 4 3 Van, furniture Automotive vehicle designed for carrying furniture. 3 5 Tiptanker Automotive vehicle designed with a tank lifting capability. 3 6 Truck, dry bulk Automotive vehicle designed for carrying dry bulk cargo. 3 7 Truck, container Automotive vehicle designed for carrying containers. 3 8 Carrier, car Automotive vehicle designed for carrying motorcars. 3 9 Truck, reefer Automotive vehicle designed for the carriage of frozen cargo. 3 10 Truck, mail Automotive vehicle designed for carrying mail. 3 11 Truck dump Automotive vehicle designed with a cargo-dumping capability. 3 12 Truck, forklift Automotive vehicle designed for lifting cargo and heavy objects. 3 13 Loader, shovel Automotive vehicle designed for shoveling sand and other bulk material. 3 14 Truck, platform, fixed Automotive vehicle designed with a fixed platform. 3 15 Carrier, straddle Automotive vehicle designed for lifting and transporting containers. 3 20 Crane, mobile Automotive vehicle with cargo crane. 3 20 1 Car, elevator Automotive vehicle with raisable work platform. 3 30 Bus Automotive vehicle designed for carrying more than 8 passengers including the driver. 3 30 1 Trailer, bus Trailer for carrying passengers and/or luggage. 3 30 2 Bus, highway TRADE/CEFACT/2000/29 page 14 CI M Code Name Description Automotive vehicle designed for highway travel. 3 30 3 Bus, sightseeing Automotive vehicle designed for sightseeing. 3 30 4 Bus, airport/city Automotive vehicle designed to carry passengers and their baggage between an airport and a city and return. 3 60 Tractor, industrial Automotive vehicle designed for towing one or more trailers. 3 62 Truck, freezer with isothermic trailer, Automotive vehicle designed for carrying frozen goods with a trailer designed for carrying temperature controlled goods. 3 63 Truck, isothermic and trailer Automotive vehicle with trailer designed to carry temperature controlled goods. 3 64 Truck, refrigerated with isothermic trailer Automotive vehicle designed for carrying refrigerated goods with a trailer designed for carrying temperature controlled goods. 3 65 Truck, freezer with refrigerated trailer Automotive vehicle designed for carrying frozen goods with a trailer designed for carrying refrigerated goods. 3 66 Truck, isothermic with refrigerated trailer Automotive vehicle designed to carry temperature controlled goods with a trailer designed to carry refrigerated goods. 3 67 Truck, opening floor, with extendable trailer Automotive vehicle with an opening floor with an extendable trailer. 3 68 Truck, rigid, with tank and tank trailer Rigid automotive vehicle designed with a tank with a tank trailer. 3 69 Truck, bulk with tank trailer Automotive vehicle designed for bulk carrying with a tank trailer. 3 70 Truck, rigid with tank and bulk trailer Rigid automotive vehicle designed with a tank with a trailer capable of carrying bulk cargo and liquid. 3 71 Truck, bulk with bulk trailer Automotive vehicle and trailer both designed for carrying bulk cargo. 3 72 Truck, tautliner with extendable trailer Automotive tautliner vehicle with extendable trailer. 3 73 Truck, tautliner with removable roof and extendable trailer Automotive tautliner vehicle with removable roof and extendable trailer. 3 74 Truck, bulk truck with extendable trailer Automotive vehicle designed for carrying bulk cargo with an extendable trailer. 3 75 Truck, refrigerated with freezer trailer Automotive vehicle designed for carrying refrigerated goods with a trailer designed to carry frozen goods. 3 76 Truck, isothermic with freezer trailer Automotive vehicle designed for carrying temperature controlled goods with a trailer designed for carrying frozen goods. 3 77 Truck, furniture with trailer Automotive vehicle designed for carrying furniture with a trailer. 3 78 Truck, tautliner with furniture trailer Automotive tautliner vehicle with trailer designed for carrying furniture.
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Score: 480020.9 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...nary/plenary00/docs/00cf29.pdf
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It would also facilitate navigation of the table, particularly when referred to it through the note under the general exceptions for dangerous goods carried by an aircraft: DGP-WG/13-WP/25 - 3 - Note.— For dangerous goods that passengers are permitted to carry as medical aid, see 8;1.1.2 [Table 8-1].) (...) Some panel members expressed concerns with the significant increase in size, but these were alleviated with the knowledge that operator approval was required to carry them. The original proposal included a recommendation for the devices to be carried in carry-on baggage and a mandatory requirement for the spares to be carried in carry-on. The revised proposal agreed by the panel contained neither a recommendation nor a requirement for the devices to be carried in carried-on baggage. 4. ACTION BY THE DGP-WG 4.1 Although there is no amendment proposed in this working paper, the working group is invited to consider the information in it when discussing the amendments proposed in DGP-WG/13-WP/19. — — — — — — — — DGP-WG/13-WP/25 Appendix APPENDIX COMPARISON BETWEEN PASSENGER AND CREW PROVISIONS FOR PORTABLE ELECTRONIC DEVICES CONTAINING LITHIUM BATTERIES VERSUS PORTABLE ELECTRONIC DEVICES CONTAINING LITHIUM BATTERIES Portable medical electronic devices containing lithium batteries Portable electronic devices containing lithium batteries — Carried by passengers for medical use — Carried by passengers or crew for personal use — Lithium metal content of not more than 8 grams — Lithium metal content of not more than 2 grams — Watt-hour rating not more than 160 Wh — Watt-hour rating not more than 100 Wh — Approval of the operator required — Approval of operator not required unless batteries exceed a watt-hour rating of 100 Wh (above 160 Wh not permitted) — Must be carried in carry-on baggage — Should be carried as carry-on baggage — Spare batteries and cells must be in carry-on baggage — Portable electronic devices containing lithium batteries exceeding a watt-hour rating of 100 Wh but not exceeding 160 Wh approved to be carried by the operator should be in carry-on baggage — Each- installed or spare battery must be of the type which meets the requirements of each test in the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part III, subsection 38.3 — Batteries and cells must be of the type which meets the requirements of each test in the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part III, subsection 38.3 — Not permitted in checked baggage — If carried in checked baggage, measures must be taken to prevent unintentional activation — No more than two spares — No limit on the number of spares — Spare batteries must be individually protected so as to prevent short circuits (by placement in original retail packaging or by otherwise insulating terminals, e.g. by taping over exposed terminals or placing each battery in a separate plastic bag or protective pouch) — Spare batteries must be individually protected so as to prevent short circuits (by placement in original retail packaging or by otherwise insulating terminals, e.g. by taping over exposed terminals or placing each battery in a separate plastic bag or protective pouch) — END —
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Score: 476834.13 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2013/DGPWG.13.WP.025.2.en.pdf
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Note.— Devices containing liquid oxygen are forbidden as or in carry-on baggage, checked baggage or on the person. 1.4 In order to allow the OPCW to carry out their responsibilities anywhere around the world, with the possibility of the use of medical gaseous oxygen, or air cylinders on their duty, we propose that the passenger and crew provision in Part 8, Chapter 1, Paragraph 1.1.2. a) also apply to medical gaseous oxygen, or air cylinders carried by medically trained inspectors of the OPCW. 2. ACTION BY THE DGP-WG 2.1 The DGP-WG is invited to adopt the amendment of Part 8;1.1.2. a) as shown in the appendix. — — — — — — — — DGP-WG/10-WP/17 Appendix APPENDIX PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE TECHNICAL INSTRUCTIONS Part 8 PROVISIONS CONCERNING PASSENGERS AND CREW Chapter 1 PROVISIONS FOR DANGEROUS GOODS CARRIED BY PASSENGERS OR CREW Parts of this Chapter are affected by State Variations CH 1, US 15; see Table A-1 1.1 DANGEROUS GOODS CARRIED BY PASSENGERS OR CREW 1.1.1 Except as otherwise provided in 1.1.2, dangerous goods, including excepted packages of radioactive material, must not be carried by passengers or crew members, either as or in carry-on baggage or checked baggage or on their person. (...) Personal medical oxygen devices that utilize liquid oxygen are prohibited either as or in carry-on baggage or checked baggage or on the person.
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Score: 476429.64 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2010/DGPWG.10.WP.017.2.en.pdf
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These definitions are then applied to determine which persons can be carried on an aircraft carrying cargo aircraft only dangerous goods, and if persons other than those permitted are carried the aircraft is now by definition a “passenger aircraft” and CAO dangerous goods are not permitted. (...) There is also the difference between the definition in the Technical Instructions where the company employee can only be carried when “on official business”, whereas FAR §121.583 simply refers to “a company employee”. (...) (d) Each certificate holder operating an airplane carrying persons covered by paragraph (a) of this section shall incorporate procedures for the safe carriage of such persons into the certificate holder's operations manual.
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Score: 475354.5 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da.../WG19/DGPWG.19.WP.009.2.en.pdf
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Theoretically, it would appear possible for a passenger or crew member to carry lithium batteries of any standard, including counterfeit batteries or those that the passenger has constructed themselves. 1.2 It is suggested that there should be some minimum standard for lithium batteries carried by passengers and crew. (...) ACTION BY THE DGP-WG 2.1 The DGP-WG is invited to replace the existing Part 8;1.1.2 s) as follows: s) portable electronic devices (watches, calculating machines, cameras, cellular phones, laptop computers, camcorders, etc.) containing lithium or lithium ion cells or batteries when carried by passengers or crew for personal use, which should be carried as carry-on baggage, subject to the following conditions: 1. spare batteries must be individually protected so as to prevent short circuits (by placement in original retail packaging or by otherwise insulating terminals, e.g. by taping over exposed terminals or placing each battery in a separate plastic bag or protective pouch) and carried in carry-on baggage only; 2. each installed or spare battery must not exceed the following: — for lithium metal or lithium alloy batteries, a lithium content of not more than 2 grams; or — for lithium ion batteries, a watt-hour rating of not more than 100 Wh. 3. batteries and cells must be of a type which meets the requirements of each test in the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part III, section 38.3 With the approval of the operator, lithium ion batteries exceeding a watt-hour rating of 100 Wh but not exceeding 160 Wh may be carried as spare batteries in carry-on baggage or in equipment in either checked or carry-on baggage. No more than two individually protected spare batteries per person may be carried. — END —
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Score: 475222.95 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...011/DGPWG.2011.WP.041.2.en.pdf
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Because lithium-ion (and lithium metal) batteries can cause fires if not handled appropriately, international rules require them to be carried in the cabin in carry-on baggage. Consequently the Captain decided to return the aircraft to the departure airport, resulting in great disruption to both passengers and the airline. (...) Spare lithium batteries must be carried in carry on baggage, and the terminals protected from short circuit (e.g. by packing each battery in its own protective case or resealable plastic bag, such as a sturdy freezer or sandwich bag.). 2. Generally, lithium-ion batteries carried on aircraft must not exceed 100Wh. However, batteries up to 160Wh may be carried with the approval of the airline.
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Score: 475220.3 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...ameramen%20news%20article.docx
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