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Dangerous Goods

All baggage, cargo and any hand luggage carried on all Fiji Airways aircraft will be subject to mandatory safety and security screening and searching, through the use of:

  • X-Ray machine
  • Physical and Manual search
  • Use of hand held detectors

Please be aware physical and manual searches may be carried out at all airports and all baggage, boxes and cargo are opened for physical inspections. These checks are carried out by the screening authority or Fiji Airways Security contractors.

Restricted Articles and Items

Items such as knives of any size, metallic objects, spare parts, umbrella, curves with sharp edges, that has the potential to be used as a weapon in the cabin are not allowed in your carry on luggage. These items must be placed in your checked luggage.

Check In and Hold Baggage

Check in or hold baggage should only be personal effects. Any machinery items such as generators, chainsaws, spare parts should be consigned as cargo as these will not be accepted as checked luggage. Matches or gas lighters are not allowed to be carried on the aircraft either as cabin or checked luggage All baggage should not be left unattended at the airport, nor should any baggage be given to Fiji Airways or security staff for safe keeping. Passengers are required to have all their baggage with them at all times, with the exception of checked baggage already in Fiji Airways care.

Unaccompanied baggage will not be transported on any Fiji Airways aircraft. All baggage should be attached to a passenger. Passengers who fail to board a flight will have their baggage offloaded before the aircraft departs. Cardboard, polystyrene and other types of non-sealable boxes must be plastic wrapped in entirety, otherwise they will not be accepted.

Liquids, Aerosols and Gels (LAGs) on International flights

All liquids, aerosol and gels that are over 100ml or more than 3.4 fl oz should not be carried into the cabin or as hand luggage and should be placed in your checked luggage. LAGs that are less than 100mls can be carried as cabin luggage provided it is placed in a clear sealable plastic bag. LAGs bought in Airport Departure areas can be carried onboard the aircraft between your port of departure and your first arrival port. No LAGs are permitted through transit points at any airport.

Intoxicated passengers

Intoxicated passengers or drunken passengers displaying aggressive behaviour or who smell excessively of alcohol will be refused boarding until fully sober. No third party check in is allowed, all passengers intending to travel must be available at the check in counter in person to check in.

All transiting passengers with their cabin or checked baggage who leave the aircraft or the sterile areas whilst the aircraft is in transit will be subject to screening or search before re-boarding the aircraft.

Firearm and Weapons

It is a mandatory requirement that all firearms or weapons of any sort that is intended for carriage on all Fiji Airways aircraft must be formally declared. Please note that (i) Firearms may be eligible to travel as checked baggage however Ammunitions must travel as freight, (ii) a valid Police Permit is required and (iii) CAAFI approval required 7 days prior to travel.

Related Information

You may also be interested in the following information:

Baggage Allowances
Oversized Baggage, Excess Baggage And Charges
Cargo And Freight
Conditions Of Carriage

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