Transportation of Dangerous Goods

What are dangerous goods?

Dangerous Goods are the shipments which contains one or more 9 UN classes (and several sub categories).
It is shipper's responsibility to comply with IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations when tendering dangerous goods for transportation by air.

Dangerous Goods lables

The following items may be categorized as Dangerous Goods by Air, as they may harm to the health of passengers, crew members and airport staffs, or jeopardize safe operations of aircraft due to an explosion or fire, or pose a risk of damaging facilities and property.

What are undeclared Dangerous Goods?

Shipper must ensure the Dangerous Goods are properly identified, packed and declared in accordance with IATA regulations and applicable laws. Failure to comply with these regulations may result in legal panalties.

Request for customers to ensure flight safety (undeclared dangerous goods)(PDF Approx 176KB)

Flow of acceptance

Before departure

Identification of classes and divisions

Shipper to determine which of 9 classes/divisions the items meet, in accordance with IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations.

Packing, Labeling and Documentation

Shipper to ensure packing, marking and labeling requirements are properly met in accordance with IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations, as well as complete Shipper's Declaration of Dangerous Goods.
Shipper's Declaration must accompany with the shipment when it is tendered to JAL departure airport office.

For international cargo

Declaration for Dangerous Goods(Word Approx 252KB)

Download labels

Dangerous Goods Labels

Departure day

Acceptance at the airport

Drop off your shipment at least 90 minutes before scheduled departure time of booked flight.

Handling of lithium batteries

Refer to the flow chart for the handling of lithium-ion and metal batteries.

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