Your checked baggage must be properly packed, safely locked and securely bundled and must be able to endure air pressure change and normal baggage handling operations. All checked baggage must meet the following requirements:
1. Suitcases, bags and handbags should be locked.
2. Two or more bags shall not be bundled together as one piece of baggage.
3. No extra items shall be attached to the baggage.
4. Bamboo crates, mesh bags, ropes, and straw bags may not be used to wrap the baggage.
Each piece of checked baggage shall not exceed the maximum weight of 50 kilograms and the maximum dimensions of 40 × 60× 100cm. Any checked baggage that exceeds these limits must be approved by Xiamen Airlines prior to the flight.
Xiamen Airlines strongly recommends that passengers clearly mark their name, postal addresses, and contact numbers on each piece of checked baggage.
1. Dangerous goods: combustibles and explosives; oxidants; toxic and infectious substances; radioactive substances; corrosive substances; magnetic substances; anesthetics, irritating substances and other items of similar nature; articles that could cause contamination or damage to the aircraft.
2. Firearms, ammunition, simulated toy guns, gun-shaped lighters and other types of offensive weaponry and equipment. Special-purpose Sporting equipment for special-purpose is excluded;
3. Military and police devices;
4. Controlled knives;
5. Live animals and plants with irritating odors or characteristics offensive to other passengers such as durian, etc.;
6. Other items prohibited by the state.
1. Precision instruments and electrical appliances such as DVD players, video recorders, TV sets and audio equipment should be checked as cargo. They must be properly packed in order to be accepted as checked baggage, and the weight of such items is not included in the free baggage allowance;
2. Sporting equipment, including guns and ammunition for sports competition;
3. Domesticated dogs, cats, birds or other pets, guide dogs and hearing dogs, excluding wild animals and other animals that have an unusual shape, or may hurt people, such as snakes.
4. Diplomatic pouches, and confidential documents;
5. Bicycles, folding wheelchairs and electric wheelchairs for in-flight use;
6. Sharp tools and blunt utensils other than controlled knives should be packed in checked baggage, including kitchen knives, dinner knives, fruit knives, handicraft knives, surgical knives, scissors and pencil sharpeners, as well as steel files, iron awls, axes, short sticks, hammers, etc. ;
7. Each passenger may carry up to 2 kilograms or 2 liters of cosmetic products (including hair spray, perfume, cologne, etc.) in his or her carry-on baggage. The net quantity per packing unit shall not exceed 0.5 kilograms or 0.5 liters.
8. Each passenger may carry up to 2 kilograms of dry ice for packing perishable goods in his or her carry-on baggage and the packaging should allow for the safe release of carbon dioxide;
9. Lighters, lighter fuel, inflatable tanks and inflammable liquid fuel (excluding liquefied gas) are prohibited from carriage;
10. Passengers may be allowed to carry certain prohibited items that cannot be used to hijack the aircraft, do not impose a threat to the safety of the aircraft and are required for everyday use if they bring written documentation certifying the need to carry such items. For example, passengers providing medical care to seriously ill patients may be allowed to carry a small amount of alcohol swab, oxygen bags, morphine and other medical supplies and devices if approved by the airport authority or the carrier.