Restricted items

Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Federal regulations ban the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (including recalled and replacement devices) from flying. Effective October 15, 2016 at 12 p.m. EDT.

What can you fly with?

To prevent inflight danger, many common items are restricted by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). If you travel with objects on the TSA prohibited items or FAA Pack Safe Hazmat restrictions lists, they will be confiscated.*

*You will be in violation of U.S. Federal Law if you don’t declare any dangerous items. This means you could face up to 5 years imprisonment and a fine of $250,000 (49 U.S.C 5124).

Alcoholic beverages over 70 percent by volume This content can be expanded
Alcoholic beverages under 70 percent by volume This content can be expanded
Animal products/products of animal origin (EU destinations only) This content can be expanded
Batteries This content can be expanded
Cutting instruments This content can be expanded
Defense sprays This content can be expanded
Dry ice This content can be expanded
Electronic cigarettes (vapor / e-cigarettes) This content can be expanded
Explosives This content can be expanded
Firearms or ammunition This content can be expanded
Flammable liquids or solids This content can be expanded
Gasoline-powered tools This content can be expanded
Household items This content can be expanded
Hoverboards This content can be expanded
Lighters and matches This content can be expanded
Marijuana This content can be expanded
Mobility devices This content can be expanded
Personal care items This content can be expanded
Pressurized containers / compressed gasses This content can be expanded
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 This content can be expanded
Self-heating meals This content can be expanded
Self-inflating life jackets This content can be expanded
Scissors and tools This content can be expanded

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