Customs supervision prohibited and air embargoed articles
1. Articles that threaten the safety of aviation flights are articles or substances that may obviously endanger the health, safety or damage to the property in air transport. There are mainly the following categories (the following items include imitations):
A. Firearms, military or police equipment (including major components), including:
(1) Military guns: official guns, pistols, rifles, assault rifles, machine guns, riot guns, etc.
(2) Civilian guns: air guns, shotguns, sports guns, anesthesia syringes, starting guns, etc.
(3) Ordnance and police: batons, military or police daggers, bayonets, etc.
(4) Firearms and equipment prohibited by the State: steel ball guns, tear guns, stun guns, electric shockers, and defensive devices.
(1) Ammunition: bombs, grenades, flares, incendiary bombs, smoke bombs, signal bombs, tear gas bombs, gas bombs and bullets.
(2) Blasting equipment: explosives, detonators, fuses, detonating cords, non-electrical explosive systems, blasting agents, etc.
(3) Fireworks: Fireworks, fireworks, firecrackers, initiation fuses, etc.
C. Controlled knives: Daggers, triangular cutters (including mechanical triangulated scrapers), knives with self-locking devices, and other single-edged knives, double-edged knives, and other similar single-edged swords whose length exceeds the dagger, Double-edged, triangular knife. The Tibetan knives, waist knives, and boots knives that are worn and used by ethnic minorities due to their habits and habits are controlled knives.
D. Inflammable and Explosive Articles: Bottled compressed gas, liquefied gas such as hydrogen, oxygen, and butane; pyrophoric articles such as yellow phosphorus, white phosphorus, nitrocellulose (including film), oil paper, and products thereof; metal potassium, sodium, lithium, and carbonized Calcium (carbohydrate), magnesium aluminum powder and other water-fired articles; flammable liquids such as gasoline, kerosene, diesel, benzene, ethanol (alcohol), paint, thinner, and rosin oil; flash powder, solid alcohol, cellophane, etc. Solid; various organic and inorganic oxidants such as sodium peroxide, potassium peroxide, lead peroxide, and peracetic acid.
E. Gases: such as compressed gas, dry ice, fire extinguishers, gas cartridges, life preservers (self-expandable), etc.;
F, flammable liquids: such as paint, gasoline, alcohol, engine oil, camphor oil, engine starting fluid, turpentine oil, Tinner, glue, perfume, etc.;
G, flammable solids: pyrophoric substances, substances that release flammable gas in contact with water, such as activated carbon, titanium powder, copra, castor products, rubber debris, safety matches (box rubbed or rubbed), dry White phosphorus, dry yellow phosphorus, magnesium powder, etc.;
H. Toxic and infectious articles: including cyanide, highly toxic pesticides, lithium batteries, tear gas, etc.;
I. Radioactive substances: Radioactive isotopes and other radioactive articles;
J, corrosion products: including sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, nitric acid, liquid batteries, sodium hydroxide, potassium hydroxide, alkaline battery fluids, etc.;
L. Other items that endanger flight safety, such as strong magnetization that may interfere with the normal operation of various instruments on the aircraft (such as: horns, magnets without magnetism protection packaging, magnets, etc. containing magnetic products), and irritant Odor items, etc.
2. Any drugs and drugs, psychoactive drugs, narcotic drugs, toxic substances, dangerous chemicals, etc.;
3. Other aviation prohibited articles, such as: powdered articles, liquids (regardless of the type of packaging used), outsourced goods with dangerous signs, durians, etc.
5. Infringement of intellectual property goods, reactionary propaganda materials and articles, pirated optical discs, obscene articles;
4. Cultural relics, antiques, gold, valuables, forged currency, endangered animals and plants, and products that are prohibited from export by the state;
7, tobacco, wine;
8, liquids, powders, crystals, pastes and other items;
(9) Items prohibited from being carried or transported by the State laws and regulations and the Customs Law.