The Prohibition of "Premixing Lighters" (lighters with strong and/or blue flame) in Passenger Baggage
In accordance with the revised regulation issued by Safety & Security Council of the Scheduled Airlines of Japan, premixing lighters in both checked baggage and carry-on baggage are under the ban strictly.
March 16, 2016
All JAL Group flights (domestic and international)
- *Rules for codeshare flights are subject to the operating carrier.
Premixing lighters (lighters with strong and/or blue flame; turbo flame lighters, jet flame lighters and blue flame lighters etc.) are prohibited as both checked or carry-on passenger baggage.
- *Cigar lighters are also prohibited as passenger baggage.
- *Prohibited items are not accepted in passenger baggage even they are sold at airport duty free shops.
- *There is no policy change for other kinds of lighters.
Premixing lighters are listed as dangerous goods under IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations.
Japan Airlines, as a member of IATA, is required
these regulations and reject the prohibited items on board.
Your understanding and cooperation are highly appreciated.
Please check the list of restricted items in checked and carry-on baggage here. ( Domestic Flights ・ International Flights )
June 30, 2016