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TSA Prohibited Items

Due to increased security measures, there are many common items on the TSA's list of prohibited items for carry-on and/or checked baggage. To ensure the safety and the convenience of fellow travelers, please be sure to leave these items at home. 

If a prohibited item is brought to the checkpoint, travelers may be criminally and/or civilly prosecuted or at the least asked to dispose of the item. A TSA screener and/or law enforcement officer will determine the appropriate course of action depending on the item and the circumstances. Please understand that bringing a prohibited item to a security checkpoint — even accidentally — is illegal.

Common sense is the best guide for what to leave behind when traveling by air. Weapons of any kind, as well as everyday objects that can obviously be used as weapons, are inappropriate items in carry-on or checked baggage. Please check official government lists for the most current restrictions before taking the word of friends, family members, or others.

View the official list of prohibited items on the TSA website, call the Consumer Response Center at 866-289-9673, or email TellTSA@tsa.dot.gov. For additional information please visit:

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    HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

    Certain items are considered hazardous materials and, by federal law, are prohibited from being transported on all Prescott Support flights. The following items are examples of items that will not be transported by Prescott Support.

    Categories of hazardous materials that are forbidden aboard the aircraft in checked or carry-on baggage

    Flammable substances
    Explosives
    Oxidizers
    Poisons
    Compressed gases
    Corrosives
    Radioactive materials
    Other items displaying hazmat markings

    Items that are allowed as carry-on only

    E- Cigarettes / Vaping devices
    One lighter or a single package of safety matches
    Spare batteries
    Portable charging devices / power banks / secondary charging devices

    Note: If you are required to gate check your items, spare batteries must be removed. These items are not allowed in checked baggage.

    Examples of hazardous material forbidden aboard the aircraft in checked or carry-on baggage

    Alcoholic beverages containing more than 70% (140 proof) alcohol by volume
    Aerosols
    Avalanche rescue packs
    Chemical agent monitoring equipment
    Chemical oxygen generators
    Disabling devices containing an irritant or incapacitation substance (such as mace or pepper spray)
    Electro shock weapons
    Equipment with fuel sources (such as camping stoves, heaters, chain saws)
    Equipment with internal combustion or fuel cell engines
    Fireworks
    Hydro carbon gas cartridges
    Lithium batteries over 160 watt hours are forbidden in checked baggage (batteries with watt hours over 100 but less than 160 need airline approval)
    Liquid fuels (e.g. gasoline, butane, lighter fluid)
    Liquid oxygen
    Oxygen bottles or cylinders
    Pesticides
    Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices
    Self-balancing scooter / hoverboard (contain lithium or lithium-ion batteries)
    Self-defense spray/mace
    Spillable Batteries (unless it is for wheel chair/ mobility aid)
    Spray starch
    Strike anywhere matches
    Smart Luggage with non-removeable batteries

    You must declare any hazardous materials or dangerous goods you are bring to the airline. Failure to do so violates U.S Federal Law. Violators may be subject to a maximum penalty of 5 years imprisonment and up to $250,000.00 in fines. ( 49 U.S.C 5124)