Portable electronic devices powered by fuel cell systems and fuel replacement cartridges (i.e., cameras, mobile phones and laptops) are allowed in carry-on but not in checked baggage.
- Electronic devices containing lithium or lithium ionized batteries, are allowed transported in your carry-on or in your checked baggage. A maximum of fifteen (15) portable electronic devices and twenty (20) spare/loose lithium batteries are permitted in the carry-on. Both rechargeable and non-rechargeable batteries are permitted.
- Lithium batteries in consumer electronics may not weigh more than 2 grams. Lithium-ion batteries in consumer electronics may not have a rated capacity of more than 100 watt hours.
- The use of certain electronic devices could cause minor interference with aircraft navigational instruments, because of this some restrictions on the use of portable electronic devices are needed. Passengers are no longer required to turn off their Portable Electronic Devices (PED) of less than two (2) pounds. They can feel free to continue using their small, lightweight devices such as smartphones, tablets, e-readers and handheld computer games while the boarding gate is open and throughout the flight in airplane mode or with the cellular service disabled.
- Larger devices such as laptops and DVD players may be used while the boarding door is open and after take-off once the airplane reaches 10,000 feet.
For more information visit the Restricted Items section.