Your safety is our top priority. Some items are therefore not permitted in checked baggage or hand baggage. We have put together a list of these items for you here. If you are unsure whether you are permitted to take something in your baggage, please contact our Service Center.
Because your safety has top priority, the transportation of certain items is forbidden:
Large electrical appliances (For example microwave ovens, lawnmowers, televisions)
Battery-powered electric vehicle (For example hoverboards, self-balancing electric boards with or without handles, electric bikes)
Liquids (For example paints, varnishes and oils)
Perishable foodstuffs (Especially milk and meat products)
Please note that failure to comply with these regulations may also contravene the official regulations of the destination country, making you liable to large financial penalties. Germania reserves the right not to transport your baggage, to destroy it, and to make you responsible for any consequential damage.
For security reasons, certain items cannot be transported in hand baggage.
Portable electronic devices for personal use which contain lithium metal batteries or lithium ion batteries, e.g. laptops, cameras, mobile phones, camcorders or similar are subject to the following regulations:
Checked baggage: permitted, if the battery does not exceed an output of 100 Wh or a lithium content of 2g
Hand luggage: permitted
The following regulations apply to spare batteries:
Lithium metal batteries or lithium ion batteries with a rated energy of up to 100Wh are only allowed in hand luggage. Each spare battery must be individually protected against short circuit.
Lithium metal batteries or lithium ion batteries with a power rating between 100Wh and 160Wh are also allowed in hand luggage. A maximum of two spare batteries are allowed per person, the approval of Germania is required.
All electronic cigarettes and a maximum of two additional batteries may only be carried in your hand luggage and on your own person.
If portable electronic devices containing lithium cannot be carried in hand luggage, e.g. due to their size, the following regulations must be strictly observ
Devices capable, or appearing capable, of being used to cause serious injury by discharging a projectile, including:
Objects with a sharp point or sharp edge capable of being used to cause injury, such as:
Any blunt instrument capable of causing injury, including:
Any explosive or highly combustible substances which pose a risk to the health of passengers and crew or the technical and general security and safety of aircraft or property, including:
Any chemical or toxic substances which pose a risk to the health of passengers and crew or the technical and general security and safety of aircraft or property, including:
This list of forbidden items is not exhaustive and can be extended at any time. Additional regulations can apply to specific flights.