Which items are fobbiden for air shipment?
Any items which contain an explosive charge such as steering wheels with airbags, life rafts, life jackets etc.
Animals, including birds, fish, insects, larvae etc.
Any item deemed offensive to the religion or culture of the destination country, and/or any country transited during shipment.
Bullion, or any precious metal, including coins.
'Cash-like' negotiable instruments in bearer form (this would include, but not be limited to, cash, bank notes, currency, vouchers, securities, pre-paid phone cards, activated sim cards, and unused stamps).
Complete Firearms, firearm parts, ammunition, explosives, weapons or items that could be used as weapons (these include but are not limited to decorative swords, kitchen knives, scissors, chisels, screwdrivers, or other sharp tools/objects, etc).
Dangerous/Hazardous goods (these include but are not limited to dry ice, biological substances, flammable liquids, UN classified dangerous goods and any goods specified as such under IATA, ADR, and IMDG regulations).
Human remains, body parts, blood, plasma, DNA samples, ashes or any part thereof.
Illegal goods (these are goods which are considered illegal in the country of origin, any countries transited during shipment and/or the destination country, and would include but not be limited to pirated goods, counterfeit goods, and narcotics).
Ivory and other banned products.
Jewellery, loose precious stones, and objects constructed of precious metals and/or stones.
Medical samples (includes bodily fluids and tissue).
Negotiable instruments in bearer form (this includes, but is not limited to, blank cheques, blank activated credit/debit cards, charge cards, cash dispenser cards, and event tickets).
Perfumes and Aftershaves.
Perishable items, including all temperature controlled items, fresh foodstuffs, flowers, medicines, medical goods, etc.
Precious metals (but not limited to) Gold, Silver, Platinum, Bronze and Copper.
Toner / printer cartridges.