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The Technical Instructions list over 3 000 dangerous goods, and with the exception of a small number of permitted items, dangerous goods must not be carried by passengers on their person or in their or carry-on baggage or hold baggage.What are the different classifications of dangerous goods?
1 Class 1: Explosives 2 Class 2: Gases 3 Class 3: Flammable liquids 4 Class 4: Flammable solids 5 Class 5:Oxidising agents & organic peroxides 6 Class 6: Toxins and infectious substances 7 Class 7: Radioactive material 8 Class 8: Corrosives 9 Class 9: Miscellaneous dangerous goodsWhat are dangerous goods on board?
Dangerous goods are items or substances that may endanger the safety of an aircraft, passengers or cargo on board. The following dangerous goods have restrictions for air travel and must be confirmed for carriage with Alliance Airlines prior to travel.What are the rules and guidelines on dangerous goods transport?
This way, we ensure that the rules and guidelines on dangerous goods transport are effective and operational practical. The IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) manual is the global reference for shipping dangerous goods by air and the only standard recognized by airlines.