Prohibited items and hazardous materials
For safety reasons, your baggage is subject to a security check conducted by the Airport Security Service, for whose actions the carrier is not liable in accordance with the General Terms and Conditions of Carriage.
If you intend to transport weapons in your checked baggage, please contact a representative of the carrier for more information about detailed rules of transporting weapons.
Hazardous to health
Hazardous to the ozone layer
Gases under preasure
Hazardous materials may not be brought on board in checked or carry-on baggage except as noted below. Dangerous goods allowed in carry-on baggage may also be brought on board with you unless otherwise specified.
Allowed in carry-on luggage
Allowed in checked baggage
Only allowed with you
Prohibited in carry-on luggage
Prohibited in checked baggage
You must not attach/fix any additional items to your checked baggage which may detach during transport. The carrier is not liable for their loss.
NOTE! The carrier may refuse to accept checked baggage if it is not packed in a manner that guarantees safe carriage when handled with the exercise of an ordinary level of diligence. LOT recommends precise labelling of baggage with an address tag or label. The carrier does not take any responsibility for easily breakable or perishable items, nor for cash, jewellery or other valuables, documents, commercial samples, etc. carried in the baggage. The carriage of these items takes place exclusively at the passenger's own risk and responsibility.
The rules of the carriage of hazardous materials are available also on the Civil Aviation Authority website and on the IATA website.