Complete Items List

[-]
[+]
Leave blank for all. Otherwise, the first selected term will be the default instead of "Any".
  1. Dangerous goods - general
    Carry On Baggage:
    No
    Checked Baggage:
    No
    Many common items may seem harmless, but due to their physical and chemical properties, can be very dangerous when transported by air. As a general rule passengers are not permitted to transport dangerous goods on board an aircraft in their carry-on or checked baggage. For more information, please visit the Transport Canada Website.
  2. Darts used in crossbows
    Carry On Baggage:
    No
    Checked Baggage:
    Yes
  3. Day-by-day pill separator
    Carry On Baggage:
    Yes
    Checked Baggage:
    Yes

    Bringing a day-by-day pill separator is not an issue for security; however, there may be other considerations about travelling with medication, especially when travelling outside of Canada. We recommend finding out more at http://travel.gc.ca/travelling/health-safety/medication.

  4. Decongestant spray
    Carry On Baggage:
    Yes
    Checked Baggage:
    Yes

    These items are considered to be essential non-prescription medications. You are allowed to carry volumes greater than 100 ml (3.4 oz.) in your carry-on baggage. These liquids must be declared to the Screening Officer separately. See our information on liquids for more details.

  5. Decorative pins (e.g., military medals, brooches)
    Carry On Baggage:
    Yes
    Checked Baggage:
    Yes
  6. Detonators (electric and non-electric)
    Carry On Baggage:
    No
    Checked Baggage:
    No
  7. Diabetic supplies
    Carry On Baggage:
    Yes
    Checked Baggage:
    Yes

    Diabetic supplies and equipment such as syringes, insulin auto-injectors, jet injectors, and pumps are permitted. Syringes must be for personal medical use, and the needle guard must be in place. The person must possess medication that is to be administered by means of the syringe or needle and biojectors.

    Liquid medications (i.e. insulin) are exempted from the liquid restrictions (including gel or ice packs to refrigerate the medication) and can be carried in carry-on baggage in volumes larger than 100 ml (3.4 oz.). Juice and gel for passengers who indicate a need for such items to address a diabetic condition are also permitted. Any liquids, juice or gels must be declared to the Screening Officer separately.

    To facilitate screening, CATSA recommends that the medication be properly labelled (professionally printed label identifying the medication or a manufacturer’s name or pharmaceutical label).

  8. Diesel fuel
    Carry On Baggage:
    No
    Checked Baggage:
    No
  9. Digital cameras
    Carry On Baggage:
    Yes
    Checked Baggage:
    Yes

    We recommend keeping fragile or expensive items with you in your carry-on baggage (see https://www.catsa.gc.ca/breezethrough#ESM for exception). Check with your air carrier for restrictions on the use of these and other electronic devices during your flight.

  10. Disabling chemicals and gases
    Carry On Baggage:
    No
    Checked Baggage:
    No
    Please note that this is an illegal item under the Criminal Code of Canada; if it is presented at a pre-board screening checkpoint, protocol requires us to notify the police. This could lead to charges and prosecution to the item’s holder.

Pages

Share This Page

Facebook Icon, Twitter Icon, LinkedIn Icon, Pinterest Icon, Email Icon