Passenger Instructions

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   Weight, Number and Size of Baggage


Each passenger is offered with a certain free checked baggage allowance, which is generally 20kg on domestic flights and 1 piece on international flights (2 pieces for American, Canadian, Japanese and Australian flights) up to 23kg in weight with the sum of length, width and height not exceeding 158cm. Please follow the requirements of your airline for the specific free baggage allowance on different domestic and international flights.


Domestic flights are generally allowed to carry on baggage with a volume of no more than 20 × 40 × 55cm (refer to the size of about 20 inch suitcase) and a weight of no more than 5kg (there are differences among airlines); Baggage exceeding this standard needs to be checked in and is not allowed to be carried on board..


Check in formalities shall be stopped 45 minutes before the departure of domestic flights and 75 minutes before the departure of international flights. Please reserve sufficient time to check in and check your luggage at the check-in counter.


Currently, self-service check-in is not supported for international flights.


Baggage check-in counters may be adjusted depending on actual conditions of counters on the spot.






Items Strictly Prohibited to be carried/ checked


Firearms, military or police weapons (including main parts) and their imitations.


Explosives, such as ammunitions, explosive materials, fire products (e.g. fireworks, firecracker, flares etc.) and their imitations.


Flammable and explosive items, such as matches, lighters (gas), alcohol, paint, gasoline, kerosene, benzene, rosin oil, smoke cakes, etc.


Controlled knives.


Poisonous, radioactive and corrosive materials, dangerous solution and other dangerous goods.


Other items strictly prohibited by national laws, administrative rules, and regulations.




Items Allowed in Checked Baggage Only


Liquids exceeding 100ml as indicated on the label of external packing, e.g. makeup and skin care products.


Wine (unlimited below 24 °, limited to 5L (L) at 24° - 70° , and strictly prohibited above 70 °)


Household knives, such as kitchen knives, fruit knives, shears, shavers, etc.


Professional tools, such as scalpels, butchering blades, gravers, etc.


Art Performance machetes, spears, swords, halberds, etc.



Items Allowed in Carry-on Baggage Only

1 Requirements for rated power of Power Bank and lithium battery


Power Banks, lithium batteries, or portable electronics backup batteries exceeding 100wh (watt hour) but not exceeding 160wh must be approved by the airline, and should not exceed 2 in number.


Batteries exceeding 160Wh are strictly prohibited.



Power Banks, lithium batteries and portable electronics backup batteries without a rated power indicated or clearly indicated are prohibited to be carried on.


2Power Banks should remain off throughout the flight. Using a Power Bank to charge electronics, charging a Power Bank, and turning on other functions of a Power Bank are strictly prohibited during a flight.



Backup lithium batteries should be well protected, such as by putting them separately into the original retail packaging, plastic bags or protection boxes, or covering exposed electrodes with tapes, so as to avoid spontaneous combustion or explosion of the batteries due to friction, collision, or short circuit.



Instructions for Outer Packing of Baggage

1. Wrong packing methods:

    (1) Check in directly with a non-woven bag as the outer packing.

    (2) Check in with a plastic woven bag as the outer packing.

    (3) Pack a piece of baggage with the package for dangerous goods.

    (4) Bundle two pieces of baggage into one.


2. Correct packing methods:

    (1) Well pack the Baggage in a draw-bar box and lock it.

    (2) Pack the Baggage with special aviation bags.