Baggage admitted for carriage as passenger's baggage may only contain such articles necessary for wear, use, comfort or convenience in connection with the trip. For security reasons articles such as those listed below shall not be carried in passengers cabin baggage.
You can only transport sporting weapons as cargo or checked baggage, and only if:
- They are hunting weapons, used to hunt game, birds and other animals
- They are used for target shooting, clay-pigeon shooting and competition shooting, providing the weapons are not those on standard issue to military forces
- They are air pistol, dart guns, starting pistols, etc.
Note that antique weapons may be accepted even though they do not comply with any of the above.
The transport of ammunition for sporting weapons is only allowed if they are for the personal use of the accompanying person, they are securely boxed and in quantities not exceeding 5 kg (11 lbs). Ammunition must be separately packed from the sporting weapon.
- Stunning devices designed specifically to stun or immobilize.
- Objects with a sharp point or sharp edges capable of being used to cause serious injury are not permitted on board and in some cases, items used to knit, stitch or crochet can fall under this restriction. However, many knitting needles and crochet hooks are blunt enough to fall without this particular provision. Therefore, keep in mind that airport officials are within their right to confiscate knitting needles and other handcraft items if they deem that the items in question can potentially fall within the sharp objects provision.
- Workmen’s tools capable of being used either to cause serious injury or to threaten the safety of aircraft.
- Blunt instruments capable of being used to cause serious injury when used to hit.
- Explosives and incendiary substances and devices capable, or appearing capable, of being used to cause serious injury or to pose a threat to the safety of aircraft.
The following items are not permitted in hold baggage:
- Explosives and incendiary substances and devices capable of being used to cause serious injury or to pose a threat to the safety of aircraft.
For safety reasons articles such as those listed below shall not be carried in passengers cabin/hold baggage without the consent of Icelandair and prior arrangement. Note: The items must in general be shipped as cargo.
- CORROSIVES such as mercury, acids, alkalis, mercury and wet cell batteries.
- COMPRESSED GASES (deeply refrigerated, flammable, non-flammable and poisonous) such as butane, oxygen, propane and aqualung cylinders.
- INFECTIOUS SUBSTANCES such as bacteria and viruses.
- POISONS such as insecticides, herbicides, arsenic and cyanides.
- RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL
- EXPLOSIVES OF ANY KIND such as fireworks, flares, ammunition and firearms.
- OXIDISING MATERIALS < ORGANIC PEROXIDES such as bleaches and fibreglass repair kits.
- FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS AND SOLIDS such as lighter or heater fuels, cleaning spirits, paint, and all MATCHES.
- MEDICINAL AND TOILET ARTICLES may be carried in small quantities.
- SAFETY MATCHES may be carried on the person.
- BRIEFCASES AND ATTACHÉ CASES with installed alarm devices containing lithium batteries and/or pyrotechnic devices.
Certain items of dangerous goods are allowed as baggage and may require prior approval from Icelandair. See further information here.
LIQUIDS, AEROSOLS, OR GELS (LAGs)
Are any gels, pastes, lotions, liquid/solid mixtures, or the contents of any pressurized containers. Examples of LAG´s include, but are not limited to, alcoholic beverages, toothpastes, hair gel, beverages, soups, syrups, perfume, shaving foam, aerosols, and other items of similar consistency.
EACH INDIVIDUAL CONTAINER MAY NOT HAVE VOLUME CAPACITY THAT EXCEEDS 100 MILLILITRES
The combined volume of LAGs cannot exceed 1 liter. The LAGs must be presented in one transparent re-sealable plastic bag of a capacity not exceeding 1 liter.
The following exceptions may be made to the 100ml/1L rule:
- Parents travelling with infants can bring as much fluid as needed to feed infants when travelling.
- Anyone who requires regular medication can bring his or her necessary dose on board. This also applies to fluid pharmaceuticals and injectable preparations.
- All medication should be accompanied by a prescription or doctor‘s certificate in English if airport officials require proof of need for the pharmaceuticals you intend to bring in your hand luggage.
- Liquid medication that is not required in-flight should be carried as hold luggage.
Lithium Batteries Restrictions
When carrying spare lithium batteries for laptops and/or any spare fuel cells and cartridges for the powering of electronic devices for cameras, cellphones, laptops and camcorders, items must be carried in carry-on baggage. If your carry-on baggage is removed from the cabin and stowed in the hold you must declare such items before removal.