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New restrictions on liquids, gels and aerosols as carry-on baggage


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Dear Customer

Thank you for flying ANA.
In accordance with the regulations legislated by each country, we would like to advise the restrictions described below, which are imposed on liquids, aerosols and gels carried on board ANA aircraft departing from each country.

1.Applicable Flights
[International flights departing form the following countries]
  Japan*1, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Vietnam, China, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Myanmar
[Both International flights and Domestic flights departing from the following countries]
   EU, countries*2, USA, Thailand and India

*1 NH1101(Narita-Kansai) and NH1102(Kansai-Narita) is also applied because these flights are operated as international flights.
*2 EU countries;
United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Greece, Finland, France, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Netherland. Including Iceland, Switzerland and Norway.

2.Restrictions
Liquids, aerosols and gels (herein after referred to as LAGs) are restricted as follow.
(1)  All LAGs*1 should be carried in containers with a capacity not greater than 100ml*2 each.
Any LAGs carried in a container larger than 100ml are not to be accepted as a carry-on item, even if the container is only part-filled. They should be placed in checked baggage.
  *1  e.g. : Drinks, shaving foam, lotions, oils, perfumes, aerosols shampoos, toothpaste, semi-solid materials and all other articles and materials similar consistency.
  *2  100ml is 100g(3.4oz), although solid objects may have a different density to fluid ones.
(2)  Containers with LAGs should be placed in a transparent re-sealable plastic bag of a maximum capacity not exceeding one liter and within 20cm(7.8inch) long and 20cm(7.8inch) wide. The containers must fit comfortably within the transparent plastic bag, which should be completely closed.
(3)  Each customer is permitted to carry only one such bag and it should be presented separately at the security checkpoint.

3.Exceptions
Medications, baby milk/foods and special dietary requirements are exempted. If there is any suspicious item, it will be subjected to selective screening.
Baby milk/foods are permitted as carry on luggage only for customers traveling with infants.
The prescription may be requested at the security checkpoint.
[Departing from/to US] *Effective from 04 AUG. 2007
Breast milk is permitted to carry on cabin, even if mothers fly without their child.
It should be presented separately at the security checkpoint.

4.Duty free items
(1)  Departure airport
Purchases occurred after the security checkpoint is allowed to carry his/her purchased onto his/her flight.
However, the following conditions may be requested depending on countries.
  [applicable country] EU, China, Korea, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Myanmar
    • LAGs should be kept in a sealed Security Tamper Evident Bag (ICAO specification). The bag should not be opened.
    • Receipts should be kept inside the bag as evidence of purchase.
(2)  Transit airport
The rule of LAGs is applied for each country’s regulations.
*The regulations which apply may differ once the entry has been made during connecting to another flight.
  [transit at China, Korea, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Myanmar]
It can be carried in flight after security screening if the following conditions are met.
    • LAGs should be kept in a sealed Security Tamper Evident Bag (ICAO specification). The bag should not be opened.
    • Receipts should be kept inside the bag as evidence of purchase.
  *LAGs bought at Japanese Duty Free Shops are not in a tamper-evident transparent plastic bag. Please be careful when you transit.
  [transit at Japan, Hong Kong, Vietnam and Taiwan]
LAG duty free items purchased at other countries are not allowed to carry into the cabin, unless all LAGs, including the duty free items are satisfied the restriction mentioned above “2. Restrictions”.
Otherwise, it may be subject to confiscate at the security checkpoint of the transit airport.
(e.g.: A LAG in a container with a capacity greater than 100ml may be subject to confiscate at the security checkpoint of the transit airport.)
  [transit at EU countries]
It can be carried in flight after security screening if the following conditions are met.
    • LAGs should be kept in a sealed Security Tamper Evident Bag (ICAO specification). The bag should not be opened.
    • Receipts should be kept inside the bag as evidence of purchase.

The restrictions or regulations may be changed without notice. Please confirm the latest information at the security checkpoint of the airport.
The final acceptance judgment will be made by the security officer.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

 
January 31st, 2014
All Nippon Airways Co.,Ltd.



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