Dangerous goods And Restricted items

What items are prohibited in checked and carry-on baggage?
To ensure proper safety and security, prohibited items not allowed in checked and carry-on baggage are:

- Syringes
– Explosives
– Poisonous items
– Cans containing gases (aerosols)
– Flammable substances in both liquid and gas forms          
- Radioactive items, air-reactive chemicals, and other bio-chemical substances with high content of oxygen
– Highly corrosive substances such as alkalis or acids
– Matches
– Lighters

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Are passengers allowed to bring liquids on flights?
Liquids, gels and aerosols will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they are kept in containers with volume of not more than 100mL each. Those in containers with volume of more than 100mL are not allowed on board. All containers must be carried in a transparent, re-sealable plastic bag measuring 20×20 centimeters. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1,000mL. An exception is made for baby milk and liquid baby food in a reasonable quantity, as well as medication with clear instructions.

Can passengers carry a gun on flights?
Orient Thai Airlines may permit passengers to carry guns or sharp objects as checked baggage, but cannot be carried into the cabin or in the carry-on baggage. The passenger having such items should contact the airline staff at the check-in counter. Please be aware that such objects are subject to careful examination to ensure maximum safety for passengers onboard the flight.

How many pieces of carry-on baggage is a passenger allowed to take onboard the aircraft?
Each passenger is allowed to hand-carry into the cabin, weight may not exceed 7 kilograms; where as the weight for checked-in baggage should not exceed 15 kilograms.

Excess Baggage Rate Charge:
– THB 200 per kilogram for domestic routes.
– THB 450 per kilogram for Bangkok – Hong Kong routes.
– HKD 110 per kilogram for Hong Kong – Bangkok routes.
– RMB 90 per kilogram for China – Phuket/Donmuang routes.
– THB 450 per kilogram for Phuket/Donmuang – China routes.

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What to do if the baggage is lost?
If unable to locate checked baggage upon arrival, the passenger must contact the airline staff immediately before leaving the airport. In the case of not being able to trace the baggage, the airline will compensate the loss based on the baggage weight at the rate of THB 100 per kilogram, but not more than THB 2,000 per one baggage, regardless of the value of lost items. Orient Thai Airlines reserves the right not to provide any compensation in the event that the passenger notifies the airline staff after leaving the airport.

Can I bring my pet on the cabin?
Pets are not allowed on Orient Thai Airlines flights.

Can  Spare Batteries Be Carried By Air?

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