Hazardous Materials and Passenger Baggage

ViaAir advises all passengers to use caution when packing and be aware of everyday products that may be considered hazardous when brought on board an aircraft as carry-on or checked baggage. Federal law prohibits certain items and limits the carriage of other items that may be deemed hazardous in flight.
WARNING: Carriage of prohibited items can results
in five years’ imprisonment and penalties of $250,000 or more (49 U.S.C. 5124)

Items prohibited from transport
as carry-on or checked baggage

Explosives
Compressed Gases
Flammable
Corrosive
Poison/Toxins
Oxidizers
Radioactive

Items prohibited from checked baggage
but allowed in limited quantities (and restricted use) as carry-on:

Lithium Ion Batteries
E-Cigs/Vaping Devices
Laptop Computers
and Other Rechargeable Electronics

DANGEROUS GOODS


Items considered “dangerous” but not listed as “hazardous” must be declared to an airline employee at checkin and/or a tsa representative during screening of carry-on items.
Failure to do so may result in the confiscation of such items and/or potential legal action.

Examples include, but are not limited to:
Firearms
(unloaded and properly stored)
Ammunition
Any article that may
be deemed dangerous/harmful