Dangerous Goods Policy on Oman Air
Alcohol volume between 24% and 70% is permitted in retail
packaging. Alcohol content above 70% alcohol volume is
Note: For quantity limitation per
passenger, states (airport) specific restrictions are
Ammunition must be securely packaged and meet the
specifications outlined in Division 1.4S UN 0012 or UN 0014.
The quantity of ammunition should not exceed 5 kg (11 lb) in
gross weight per person, and it should be intended for
personal use only.
Ammunition containing explosive or incendiary projectiles is
strictly prohibited and not allowed within the weight
allowance. It is crucial to note that combining allowances
for multiple passengers into a single package is not
Each person is permitted to carry one (1) Avalanche Rescue
Backpack. The backpack should be equipped with cartridges of
compressed gas classified under Division 2.2. The backpack
may include a pyrotechnic trigger mechanism classified under
Division 1.4S, with a maximum net weight of 200 mg. The
backpack must be packed in a manner that effectively
prevents accidental activation.
The airbags incorporated within the backpacks must be
equipped with pressure relief valves to maintain optimal
Camping stoves and fuel containers with empty fuel tanks or
containers are permitted. All liquid fuel must be completely
removed from the tank or container. Prior to transportation,
the fuel tank must undergo a purging process as follows:
During packing, adherence to the following guidelines is
Subject to any applicable law to the contrary, applicable
taxes, fees and charges imposed by government or other
authority, or by the operator of an airport, shall be
payable by you. At the time you purchase your Ticket, you
will be advised of taxes, fees and charges not included in
the fare, most of which will normally be shown separately on
the Ticket. The taxes, fees and charges imposed on air
travel are constantly changing and can be imposed after the
date of Ticket issuance. If there is an increase in a tax,
fee or charge shown on the Ticket, we will contact you using
your contact details. If we are unable to contact you, we
will inform you of any applicable fare surcharge at check in
and you will be require d to pay it. In the event any taxes,
fees or charges which you have paid to us at the time of
Ticket issuance are abolished or reduced such that they no
longer apply to you, or a lesser amount is due, you will be
entitled to claim a refund if the author ities or entities
who received the taxes, fees or charges make a respective
refund to us. The fare rules applicable to your ticket at
the time of payment for your ticket shall also apply.
Dry ice (carbon dioxide, solid) for the purpose of packing
non-hazardous perishable items only is permitted. A maximum
quantity of 2.5 kg of dry ice is permitted per passenger.
The baggage or package used to transport dry ice must allow
for the release of carbon dioxide gas. For checked baggage
containing dry ice, clear labeling is mandatory, indicating
either "dry ice" or "carbon dioxide, solid." The label must
include the net weight of the dry ice to ensure proper
handling and safety procedures.
(including e-cigars, e-pipes, other personal vaporizers)
containing batteries must be individually protected to
prevent accidental activation and must be storage in checked
Note: Commodity is restricted, and local
state (airport) specific restrictions are applicable.
Fuel cells utilising hydrogen as fuel to power portable
electronic devices such as cameras and cellular phones (once
popular in the 1990s), an alternative power source, are
permitted. Cartridge fuel cell devices are permitted without
requiring specific approval and can be carried in checked
Gas cartridges classified under Division 2.2 as
non-flammable are permitted. A maximum of two (2)
self-inflating personal safety devices is permitted. These
devices can have up to two (2) small cartridges each, with a
maximum of two (2) spare small cartridges per device. For
other devices, up to four (4) cartridges are permitted with
a water capacity of up to 50 mL each.
Non-flammable and non-toxic gas cylinders that are utilized
for operating mechanical limbs are permitted. These gas
cylinders may be carried on one's person. If necessary,
spare cylinders of a similar size are permitted. During the
security check, gas cylinder(s) are permitted on one’s
person, and one (1) spare cylinder is allowed to be carried
Hair styling equipment containing a hydrocarbon gas
cartridge may be transported, allowing a maximum of one (1)
per passenger or crew member. It is mandatory to securely
fit the safety cover over the heating element of the hair
curlers. Usage of these hair curlers on board the aircraft
is strictly prohibited. During the security check, the
safety cover of the hair styling equipment will be
inspected. Refilling the gas cartridge is not allowed.
Passengers are NOT permitted to use the hair curlers while
on board the aircraft.
Insulated packaging containing refrigerated liquid nitrogen
(dry shipper) is allowed for transportation, provided that
the liquid nitrogen is fully absorbed in a porous material.
This type of packaging is commonly used by health and
research personnel to carry temperature-sensitive perishable
specimens. Passengers must present an official letter
mentioning the packaging during the security check to
confirm its purpose and contents.
Each person is permitted to carry one (1) small packet of
safety matches or a small cigarette lighter, intended for
personal use, provided it does not contain unabsorbed liquid
fuel (excluding liquefied gas). These items must be carried
on one's person and should comply with local regulations
pertaining to their transportation. It is strictly
prohibited to transport lighter fuel and lighter refills.
Refer to local regulations to ensure compliance with any
specific restrictions or guidelines applicable in respective
Radio-isotopic cardiac pacemakers and other devices,
including those powered by lithium batteries, whether
implanted into a person or fitted externally, are strictly
permitted only on one's person during transportation and are
not allowed to be transported in any other manner.
Non-radioactive medicinal or toilet articles, including
aerosols such as hair sprays, perfumes, colognes, and
medicines containing alcohol are permitted. Non-flammable,
non-toxic (Division 2.2) aerosols without any subsidiary
hazard, intended for sporting or home use, are also allowed.
The maximum net quantity for these items is 2kg or 2L, with
each individual article limited to 0.5kg or 0.5L.
Note: Commodity is restricted, and local state (airport)
specific restrictions are applicable.
Gaseous oxygen or air cylinders for medical use are
permitted for transportation only and not permitted to use during the flight with the condition that the cylinder does not
exceed a gross weight of 5kg. A MEDIF (Medical Information
Form) must be filled and approval from the WY Clinic must be
obtained. Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC) must be
electrical or electronic, operated by batteries, and
passengers are advised to refer to battery limits. The use
of POC or oxygen cylinders on board the aircraft is strictly
allowed only with MEDA (Medical Clearance) obtained from the
For devices powered by batteries, passengers should also
adhere to battery and Portable Electronic Device (PED)
restrictions as applicable.
Devices utilizing liquid oxygen to generate oxygen are
Permeation devices, which may contain dangerous goods, are
allowed for the purpose of calibrating air quality
monitoring devices. This permission is granted only if the
device is carried by a representative of a government
department or similar official agency.
The representative must provide an official letter declaring
that the package meets the requirements of special provision
A-41. The maximum gross weight allowed for the package is
30kg. During the security check, the weight of the package
and the official letter from the passenger will be verified
Each person is permitted to carry one (1) small-sized
medical or clinical thermometer for personal use. It is
essential to ensure that the thermometer is packed in its
protective case during transportation.
Non-infectious animal specimens that are packed with small
quantities of alcohol or alcohol solution as a preservative
are permitted. These specimens must be packed in adequate
tertiary packaging that includes cushioning and absorbent
materials. The maximum total quantity of alcohol or alcohol
solution allowed per package is 1L. The packages must be
clearly marked as "scientific research specimens, not
restricted," and Special Provision A180 applies to these
Passenger MUST carry official declaration mentioning the
above requirements are complied.
Non-Removable Batteries – Batteries must contain no more
than 0.3 g lithium metal or lithium ion must not exceed 2.7
Removable Batteries – Batteries must be removed if the bag
is to be checked in. Removed batteries must be carried in
the cabin as a spare battery.
Type of Batteries:
A. Non-spillable battery, nickel-metal hydride battery or a
dry battery (WCDB)
B. Wet cell/ Spillable battery (WCBW)
C. Lithium ion battery (WCLB)
Mobility aid and wheelchair with batteries are permitted to be carried ONLY
as checked baggage (when attached with mobility air/ wheelchair (Refer to
point b below for lithium batteries and notes for Spare batteries for
wheelchairs/ mobility aids).
Following instructions apply:
If your item is not covered here or you have any questions, please contact