* The portable electronic device containing lithium or lithiumion battery core or battery for passenger's personal use, such as watch, calculator, camera, mobile phone, laptop and camcorder etc., shall be carried as carry-on baggage when boarding. The backup battery of the portable electronic device must be protected carefully in case of short circuit, like using the adhesive tape to paste the exposed electrode, or putting each battery into a plastic bag or protection box which can just be carried in the hand baggage.
The lithium content and rated energy of each battery or back-up battery in the device should meet the following criterion :
- The lithium content cannot exceed 2g for a single lithium or lithium alloy battery;
- Rated watt hours for a lithium ion battery are less than 100Wh;
- Those, whose rated watt hours are more than 100wh (including) but not exceeding 160wh (including), should be declared to the staff when you are checking in, to make sure they can meet the Aviation Safety Transportation Regulation and be put into the checked or hand baggage after testing; you are allowed to take only two pieces of 100 to 160wh approved backup battery;
- Do not carry the battery whose rated watt hours are more than 160wh.
* If you carry a wheel chair or similar tool instead of walking equipped with the lithiumion battery, you shall declare it to the staff when checking in, so as to carry them in the checked baggage after they are tested to meet the Aviation Safety Transportation Regulation and be approved.
* If you carry the portable medical electronic devices with lithium or lithiumion battery core or battery for medical treatment, you shall declare it to the staff when checking in, so as to put them in the carry-on baggage after they are tested to meet the Aviation Safety Transportation Regulation and be approved to do so.
* All the relevant consequences, such as being refused boarding or missing a flight, or due to passenger's failure to declare to the airlines, misinforming, or fraudulent declaration, or carriage of lithium battery in the baggage not approved by the Aviation Safety Transportation Regulation, are liabilities of concerning passengers.