Travelling from Dubai? These are the things you should not carry in the baggage

Baggage

By understanding and following the rules, you can save yourself a lot of trouble at the eleventh hour.

What is the secret of a perfect, hassle-free air travel? The answer is simple. Know the rules. By understanding and following the rules laid down by the regulatory authorities, airports and the airlines, you can save yourself a lot of trouble at the eleventh hour.

Whether you are travelling for the first time or the 100th time, baggage rules seems to be the most confusing part for many passengers. Different airports have different rules in place as to what you can and cannot carry in your baggage.

Earlier in December, Dubai Police issued an advisory for passengers regarding things which should not be packed in your checked baggage while boarding your flight from Dubai Airport. According to a tweet by Dubai Police, there are 13 items you should avoid carrying in your checked baggage. Here are they:

  • Smart balance wheels, also popularly known as hoverboards
  • Chemicals
  • Large metallic items
  • Compressed gas cylinders
  • Car spare parts
  • Batteries
  • Flammable liquids
  • Power banks
  • Lithium batteries
  • Torch lights
  • Liquids in large quantities
  • E-cigarettes
  • Large amounts of gold, precious items and cash

Be thorough with the rules and enjoy your journey.

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