Lithium batteries are classified as dangerous goods in compliance with the Aviation Dangerous Goods Transportation Regulations, and are prohibited in both carry-on baggage and check-in baggage. However, under the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulation, passengers are allowed to transport a certain amount of batteries for personal use.
|Lithium Metal Battery||Under 2g||1 Electronic device with built-in lithium metal battery + acceptable amount of extra batteries
|2g or more||Not allowed as Carry-on / Check-in baggage|
|Lithium Ion Battery||100wh or less||1 Electronic device with built-in lithium ion battery + up to 2 extra batteries
|100wh or over ~ 160wh or less(Approval from the Airline is required to transport)||1 Electronic device mounted with lithium ion battery + up to 2 extra batteries
|160 wh or over||Not allowed as Carry-on / Check-in baggage|