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Cargo Service

Dangerous Goods

** Please contact to our Authorized Cargo Sales Agents for Air transportation. **

Bangkok Airways Cargo would accept Dangerous Goods as below destinations
Bangkok Airways Cargo would accept Dangerous Goods as following PG’s variations as below

Bangkok Airways Cargo in a more restrictive manner than the requirements of IATA Dangerous Goods Regulation (IATA DGR) must advise the IATA Secretariat promptly of such exception for publication as an operator variation as below.

PG – 01 Dangerous Goods consigned as cargo are not accepted for carriage on Bangkok Airways aircraft, except for the following:

PG – 02 Company material specific only aircraft spare parts and supplies when properly prepared for transport in accordance with the current IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations will be accepted.

PG – 03 Not used.

Lithium batteries regulations and guidance for transport by Air

Effective from 01 October 2021.

Bangkok Airways Cargo Regulations for shipping Lithium Batteries

Lithium Ion Batteries Regulations (PI 966 & PI967)
Proper Shipping Name
Lithium ion batteries packed with equipment
Lithium ion batteries contained in equipment
UN Number
UN3481
UN3481
Packing Instruction
PI966
PI967
Capacity
Section II / ELI
Cells ≤ 20 Wh
or
Batteries ≤ 100 Wh
Section II / ELI
Cells ≤ 20 Wh
or
Batteries ≤ 100 Wh
Maximum number of cells /batteries per package and packages/consignment Those necessary to power the equipment and 2 spare sets (A “set” of cells or batteries is the number of individual cells or batteries that are required to power each piece of equipment) ≤4 cells or 2 batteries
≤2 packages per consignment
> 4 cells or 2 batteries
consignments > 2 packages with ≤4 cells or 2 batteries
Maximum net weight of cells / batteries per package PAX A/C : ≤ 5kg PAX A/C : ≤ 5kg PAX A/C : ≤ 5kg
Document Requirement 1. Shipper’s Declaration is not required
2. Bangkok Airways document “Transport Document for Lithium Battery in Section II”
No Requirements 1. Shipper’s Declaration is not required
2. Bangkok Airways document “Transport Document for Lithium Battery in Section II”
Mandatory wording must be indicate in “Nature and Quantity of goods” on the air waybill Lithium ion batteries in compliance with Section II of PI 966 No Requirements Lithium ion batteries in compliance with Section II of PI 967
Packaging 1. Indicates wording "Lithium batteries net quantity___kgs"
2. The equipment must be packed in strong rigid outer packages and free from damage and in proper condition for carriage.
1. The equipment must be packed in strong rigid outer packages and free from damage and in proper condition for carriage. 1. Indicates wording "Lithium batteries net quantity___kgs"
2. The equipment must be packed in strong rigid outer packages and free from damage and in proper condition for carriage.
Labelling
No Requirements
Lithium Metal Batteries Regulations (PI 969 & PI970)
Proper Shipping Name
Lithium metal batteries packed with equipment
Lithium metal batteries contained in equipment
UN Number
UN3091
UN3091
Packing Instruction
PI969
PI970
Capacity
Section II / ELM
Cells ≤ 1 g
or
Batteries ≤ 2 g
Section II / ELM
Cells ≤ 1 g
or
Batteries ≤ 2 g
Maximum number of cells /batteries per package and packages/consignment Those necessary to power the equipment and 2 spare sets (A “set” of cells or batteries is the number of individual cells or batteries that are required to power each piece of equipment) ≤4 cells or 2 batteries
≤2 packages per consignment
> 4 cells or 2 batteries
consignments > 2 packages with ≤4 cells or 2 batteries
Maximum net weight of cells / batteries per package PAX A/C : ≤ 5kg PAX A/C : ≤ 5kg PAX A/C : ≤ 5kg
Document Requirement 1. Shipper’s Declaration is not required
2. Bangkok Airways document “Transport Document for Lithium Battery in Section II”
No Requirements 1. Shipper’s Declaration is not required
2. Bangkok Airways document “Transport Document for Lithium Battery in Section II”
Mandatory wording must be indicate in “Nature and Quantity of goods” on the air waybill Lithium metal batteries in compliance with Section II of PI 969 No Requirements Lithium metal batteries in compliance with Section II of PI 970
Packaging 1. Indicates wording "Lithium batteries net quantity___kgs"
2. The equipment must be packed in strong rigid outer packages and free from damage and in proper condition for carriage.
1. The equipment must be packed in strong rigid outer packages and free from damage and in proper condition for carriage. 1. Indicates wording "Lithium batteries net quantity___kgs"
2. The equipment must be packed in strong rigid outer packages and free from damage and in proper condition for carriage.
Labelling
No Requirements



PG's Shipping Guidance for Lithium Battery which complied in Section II of PI 966,967,969,970

Acceptability of Goods for carriage
1. PG's Authorize agent who certifiled IATA DGR CAT 1 or 3 or 6
2. PG can accept Lithium Battery which complied in Section II of Packing Instruction 966,967,969,970
UN3481, Lithium ion batteries packed with equipment and contained in equipment ( PI 966 and PI 967 , Section II only )
UN3091, Lithium metal batteries packed with equipment and contained in equipment ( PI 969 and PI 970 , Section II only )
PI967/PI970 Section II – Lithium ion/metal batteries contained in Equipment ≤4 cells or 2 batteries ≤2 packages per consignment or package containing only button cell batteries in stalled in equipment (including circuit boards) no lithium battery mark or AWB statement required
3. SoC (State of charge) not to exceed 30% of their rated design capacity.
4. Total net quantity of Lithium Battery must be not over 5 kgs/package
Booking in iCargo
1. Indicate shipment description and wording of Lithium Battery in "Shipment Description" field
" Lithium ion batteries in compliance with Section II of PI 966 or PI 967 " or
" Lithium metal batteries in compliance with Section II of PI 969 or PI 970 "
Example
Documents
1. AWB - Indicate wording of Lithium Battery in "Nature and Quantity of Goods"
" Lithium ion batteries in compliance with Section II of PI 966 or PI 967 " or
" Lithium metal batteries in compliance with Section II of PI 969 or PI 970 "
2. Transport Document for Lithium Battery in Section II
Example
Packaging/Marking/Labeling
1. The equipment must be packed in strong rigid outer packages and free from damage and in proper condition for carriage.
2. Full name,address and telephone number of shipper and consignee
3. Net weight of Lithium Batteries in Kg
4. Completed Lithium Battery Mark (Shipper must complete battery type – UN number (*) and phone number (**) portions of label )
Example


DISCLAIMER:

This guide is based upon the 2021 IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations and provides a general overview of lithium battery shipping requirements. It does not provide complete shipping information. Consult the packing instruction and all applicable Special Provisions for the product being shipped.

These materials are provided as a courtesy, to be used as guidelines to assist properly trained shippers. These materials do not alter, satisfy, or influence any governmental requirements. The contents of these materials are subject to change due to constant changes in government regulations. Bangkok Airways accepts no liability for loss or damage resulting from changes, errors, omissions, or misinterpretations of these materials