Travel info


Prohibited items

- important information about flight safety

  • Consult these websites to see what's allowed and what's not when traveling from:
    EU countries

  • For the rules and restrictions regarding the import of animal products into the EU Click here.

  • Electronic cigarettes, cigars and pipes are not allowed to be used onboard. If you have one, it must remain in your cabin baggage at all times during the flight.

  • To travel with lithium batteries: 
    SAS follows the IATA guidelines on transportation of lithium batteries. 
    Read more about which rules apply

    However, it is not allowed to bring so called balancing scooters powered by lithium batteries (for example hoverboards, solo wheels etc) as it’s shown that a large number of these have serious safety deficiencies. If you still want to transport one of those it must be sent as air freight.

  • If you are traveling to the US (including connecting flights to other countries), it is forbidden to travel with printer ink cartridges that weigh more than 500 grams (1.1 lbs.). This applies to both cabin and checked baggage.
    Check with FAA for more info.

  • Remember to secure knives, scissors and other sharp objects in your checked baggage to prevent injury to yourself, airport staff or other bags. Airport staff can refuse items they deem unsafe.

  • Different countries have different rules regarding what you can and cannot bring onboard. Check the departure airport website before you travel.
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