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Flight Security Guidelines

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Check-in Baggage

For domestic flights, the free baggage allowance for most airlines is about 10kgs for each passenger. The allowance for carry-on baggage is one piece of less than 7kgs. The size should not exceed 23cm x35cm x55cm.

* Rules on sizes and weights for check-in and carry-on baggage vary among different airlines. Please check with airlines in advance for more information.

Airlines are entitled to refuse baggag

Regulations 

Items

Note 

These items are
prohibited to be carried onto the
planes.

Need to be shipped as check-in
baggage

Hair gel, hair spray, bottled liquid medical ethanol,
insect repellent, liquor, aerosol sprays, various
knives, tools, sticks, and clubs, and various types of ammunition and weapons

Please check
with airlines in
advance for
more details.

 

 

 

 

Article Type 

Items

Note 

Flammables

Gasoline, diesel, cleaning solvents, kerosene,
butane, spray paint, large amounts of simple plastic lighters, matches, industrial solvents and other
liquids which are flammable below room
temperature

Prohibited as
either check-in or carry-on
baggage

High pressurized
cans

High pressurized cans for pesticides, lubricant, gas

Corrosive
substances

Aqua regia, acid, alkali, mercury, fluoride and other corrosive substances

Magnetic materials

Materials which produce high magnetic fields
such as permanent magnetics

Poisonous materials

Various poisonous chemicals, toxic gases, cyanide,
herbicides, pesticides, live virus cultures and so on

Radioactive
materials

Ionized radioactivematerials such as uranium,
iodine, cesium, cobalt and tritium, nuclides

Strong oxidants

Substances that produce severe oxidation such as
bleach water, bleach powder, wet cell batteries and
industrial hydrogen peroxide

Suitcases with anti-theft alarm and other objects which may affect flight
security are prohibited to be carried onto the plane or shipped via
check-in baggage

 

Electronic Devices Prohibited After take-off, the operation and navigation of the airplane relies on aviation electronic equipment. Any slight disturbance will affect accuracy and lead to flight safety incidents.

To maintain flight safety, Article 43 of the Civil Aviation Law stipulates that utilization of electronic devices which interfere with aviation communication is prohibited during flight.

According to Article 102 of the Civil Aviation Law, violators are subject to prison sentences of under five years, detention or fines under NT$150,000.

For cases that lead to fatal incidents, violators will be subject to life imprisonment or sentences of seven or more years.

Prohibited Electronic Devices 

Items

Note

These are prohibited after take-off

Mobile phones, CD players, remote controls, pagers, laptop computers and peripherals, FM radios, electric razors, radio transceivers, VCRs, video players, TV sets, video games, electronic calculators and video cameras.

Please check with airlines in advance for more details.

Other Security Issues

After you enter the passenger cabin and sit down, please buckle up your safety belt.

Adjust the belt to the proper fit and make sure it functions normally.

Before take-off, flight attendants will play a video, or demonstrate emergency rescue procedures in person.

Please watch carefully and refer to the printed materials in the pocket in front of you.

Electronic Devices Prohibited 

Items 

Note 

These are prohibited throughout the entire flight.

Mobile phones, personal radio transceivers, various remote controls (such as remote control electric toys), CD players and other electronic transmission devices, video recorders, video players, video games, computers and peripherals, calculators, FM radios, TV sets

Please check with airlines in advance for more details.

Electric razors

For international flights, this only applies to take-off and landing (flight of below 10,000 feet)

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