Dangerous Goods

To ensure the safety of their aircraft and all those on board, passengers' checked in or hand baggage must not contain articles or substances that could pose a danger (some exemptions apply), these include:

 Lighters  Incapacity sprays  Ignitable gases  Flammable liquids  Explosives
Matches & lighters* Incapacity sprays Ingnitable gas Flammable liquids Explosives
 Compressed gas  Bleach  Batteries  Acid  Poison
Compressed gas Bleach Batteries** Acid Poison

*Matches and lighters - permitted on the person only - not in checked or hand baggage.

**Batteries - Batteries can short circuit and catch fire if they are carried loose in your bag. They must be protected against contact with other metal items (e.g. by being in their original packaging or own protective case) and carried in your hand baggage. Equipment containing such batteries can be packed in your checked baggage.

Mobile phones

You can use mobile telephones on board flights as long as the 'Airplane' mode is enabled, meaning that the phone cannot communicate with any other devices, make/receive phone calls or browse the internet. This is to avoid the phone from interfering with the operation of the aircraft. Mobile phones should be carried on your person or in your cabin baggage, i.e. not in your hold baggage. 

SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 7
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Following issues Samsung has identified with its Galaxy Note 7 mobile phone, the UK Civil Aviation Authority advises airline passengers intending to travel with this phone to ensure it remains switched off for the duration of the flight. The phone should be carried in hand baggage and should not be charged during the flight. Passengers who own the Galaxy Note 7 model should refer to the manufacturer's website for further advice.

Further information

E-CIGARETTES
Battery-powered portable electronic smoking devices such as e-cigarettes must not be placed in checked baggage and devices must not be recharged in the cabin.

We do not carry wheelchairs with unsealed batteries, extra oxygen for personal or for premeditated use, stretchers, full-size prams, or oversize equipment except by prior arrangement. The following dangerous articles are not permitted in baggage:

HOVERBOARDS
Hoverboards cannot be checked into the hold or carried into the cabin on any Blue Islands flight. Hoverboards may also be known as airwheel, solowheel, mini-segway, segway board or balance wheel.

FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS AND SOLIDS
Lighter or heater fuels, paint, and matches.

POISONS
Insecticides weed killers, arsenic, and cyanide.

RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, OXIDISING MATERIALS, and ORGANIC PEROXIDES
Bleaches and fibreglass repair kits.

FIREARMS AND EXPLOSIVES 
Handguns, automatic weapons, munitions, ammunitions including blank cartridges, pistol caps, fireworks, flares, smoke canisters, and crackers.

INFECTIOUS SUBSTANCES
Bacteria and viruses.

CORROSIVES
Mercury, acids, alkalis, and wet-cell batteries.

COMPRESSED GASES
Deeply refrigerated flammable, non-flammable, and poisonous gases such as butane, oxygen, propane, and aqualung cylinders. If you have any questions regarding baggage, please check with us in advance of travel.

This list is not exhaustive and may be altered at any time. For more information please see the CAA website.