Restrictions on the Use of Fire [Japan Domestic Flights]

This page provides information regarding carrying lighters as well as using cigarettes and tobacco products on board Japan domestic flights. Smoking on board our aircraft is strictly prohibited. The use of smoking devices is also not permitted. Only one lighter may be carried on board.

Notes
  • Smoking and the use of open flames is strictly prohibited in all seats and lavatories on board due to the potential risk of fire and serious incidents requiring the aircraft to return to the departure location or make an emergency landing at the nearest airport if the smoke detector goes off.

Carrying Lighters and Matches on Board

One lighter or one small box of safety matches per person can be carried on board.

  • Please make sure not to leave your lighter in the cabin.

Please note that there may be occasions where passengers will not be allowed to take these items on board due to country rules and regulations. Please see Restricted Baggage (Items Which Are Not Permitted to Be Checked In or Carried on Board) for details.

  • Lighters containing oil tanks, cigar lighters and pre-mixed burner lighters (turbo lighters, jet lighters, lighters producing a blue flame, etc.) are not permitted to be checked in or carried on board. Please see the information on lighters for details.

Carrying Smoking Devices on Board

  • Carry-on: Permitted (personal use only)
  • Check-in: Not permitted

Out of consideration for other passengers, the use of smokeless tobacco and similar products is also prohibited on board ANA Group-operated flights. In addition, it is prohibited to recharge all smoking devices and backup batteries on board.

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