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                                               ORDER
                          OF THE MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS
                                     OF THE REPUBLIC OF LITHUANIA

                                                 14 August 1992 No. 346
                                                        Vilnius

       To ensure safe carriage of passengers, luggage and dangerous goods by air transport and following the
requirements of the International ICAO Chicago Convention of 1944,
       I HEREBY ORDER:
       1. To the Administration of Lithuanian Civil Aviation Air Companies and Airports to carry dangerous goods by
aircrafts in accordance with Annex 18 to the ICAO Chicago Convention and DOC 9284-AN/905 Technical Instructions
for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air.
       2. To the airport administrations to inform passengers and organisations about the list of goods banned for carriage
by air under any circumstances (Annex 1) and the list of dangerous goods banned for transport in the passenger’s luggage
(Annex 2).
       3. To the Administration of Lithuanian Air Companies to inform all crew members about the Emergency Response
Guidance for Aircraft Incidents Involving Dangerous Goods ICAO DOC 9481-AN/928 and demand fulfilment thereof.
       Attached hereto:
       1. List of Dangerous Goods Banned for Transport by Air under Any Circumstances.
       2. List of Dangerous Goods Banned for Transport by Air in Passengers’ Luggage.

MINISTER ad interim                                                                          A. ŠAKALYS

                                                       ANNEX 1
                                           to Order No. 346 of 14 August 1992

        LIST of Dangerous Goods Banned for Transport by Air under Any Circumstances
1. Explosives inflaming at the temperature of 75ºC within 48 hours;
2. Explosives containing chlorate and ammonium salts;
3. Explosives containing a mixture of chlorate and phosphorus;
      4. Solid explosives classified as substances particularly sensitive to mechanic shocks;
      5. Liquid explosives classified as substances with medium sensitivity to mechanic shocks;
6. Any other substances and goods able to release dangerous quantity of heat or gas when transported by air under
normal conditions;
7. Inflammable substances and organic peroxides with explosive properties.
8. Inflammable liquids: acetone, petrol, samples of oil products, menthol, methyl acetate (methyl ether), braking liquid,
carbon disulphite, ethers, ether compounds and all other inflammable liquids.
9. Inflammable solids:
a) substances which when exposed to water release heat and flammable gases and which when self-ignited can cause a
fire (potassium, sodium, metal calcium and alloys thereof, phosphoric calcium, etc.);
b) white, yellow and red phosphorus and all other substances attributable to self-igniting solid substances;
c) organic peroxides;
d) dry or damp colloid microcellulose in granules or gel containing less than 23% of water or diluter; colloid
nitrocellulose in pieces, damp, containing less than 25% of spirit, dry or damp nitrocellulose containing less than 30% of
diluter or 20% of water.
10. Poisonous and toxic substances:
a) any liquid or solid poisonous, strong and toxic substances in various packing (brucine, nicotine, strychnine, furfurylate,
antifreeze, ethylene glycol, mercury, all hydrocyanic acid salts and cyanic compounds, cyclone, arsenic mixtures and all
other strong poisonous and toxic substances).
11. Penetrating and corrosive substances:
a) strong inorganic acids (salts, sulphur, nitrogen, etc.);
b) hydrofluoric (fluorine) acid and other strong acids and corrosive substances.
12. All other substances, goods and items having properties of the substances, goods and items listed herein which cause
doubts with regard to safety thereof during transportation, which may cause fire and explosion or create a danger for
passengers and aircraft crew.
13. Radioactive substances.
Note. Firearms of the staff of the National Security Service, the Ministry of National Defence and the Ministry of the
Interior when on official trips, registered weapons with engravings, dirks of military seamen, attributes of national
costumes (daggers, knives, etc.) may be transported by aircraft if submitted to the aircraft captain.
                                                       ANNEX 2
                                           to Order No. 346 of 14 August 1992

Version of Order No. 3-137 of the Minister of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Lithuania
of 9 April 2002
(from 18 April 2002)
(Official Gazette, 2002, No. 40-1508)


             LIST OF DANGEROUS GOODS BANNED FOR TRANSPORT BY AIR IN PASSENGERS’
                                         LUGGAGE

                                                      I.     WEAPONS

1. All types of firearms:
1.1. assault weapons and shotguns, revolvers, rifles, hunting, sports and signalling guns;
1.2. pneumatic and ancient weapons, crossbows, pipes for blowing poisonous arrows, bows and arrows;
1.3. other shooting devices and parts thereof.
2. Weapons other than firearms (cutting, impact or stabbing):
2.1. knives, daggers, sabres, swords, rapiers, court swords, stilettos, ninja stars, knives, gaffs;
2.2. axes, cudgels, bludgeons, various sticks, locking tools, hand-to-hand fighting weapons;
2.3. other weapons which are not firearms (impact, cutting or stabbing) which may cause threats to security aviation.
3. Weapons embedded in things:
3.1. knives installed in lighters or belt buckles;
3.2. weapons installed in canes and umbrellas;
3.3. daggers installed in hair brushes;
3.4. pens with one cartridge;
3.5. other hidden weapons.
4. Electric shockers:
4.1. electric shocker;
4.2. other devices causing electric shock.
5. Irritating, intoxicating and paralysing weapons:
5.1. tear gas sprays, pistols and grenades;
5.2. smoke grenades;
5.3. other devices containing paralysing, irritating or intoxicating substances.

                                                II. DANGEROUS GOODS

6. Goods deemed dangerous:
6.1. starting pistols, hammers, files, chisels, scissors with sharp ends, knives and razors with the blade longer than 4 cm,
cutting tools, screwdrivers, knitting needles, pickaxes, bradawls, sticks with metal ends, razors, gas cans for lighter
refilling, aerosol cans, magnet items, various sets of large keys, toy guns, special items of specialised services (bullet-
proof jackets, handcuffs, helmets, etc.);
6.2. household items such as lighters (filled with petrol or gas), hygiene products and liquid medicines containing spirit,
etc. the quantity or volume whereof can threaten security;
6.3. other items using which may cause danger for passengers, the crew or the aircraft.
7. Weapon-like items:
7.1. lighters shaped like a grenade or a pistol, radio;
7.2. other goods shaped like weapons.

                                                    III. EXPLOSIVES

8. Explosive devices, substances and components:
8.1. grenades, mines and assault missiles;
8.2. all kinds of detonators, explosive matches and fuses;
8.3. fireworks, petards, pyrotechnic skyrockets and other pyrotechnic equipment;
8.4. signalling and illumination skyrockets, smoke boxes and Bengal lights;
8.5. explosive substances (dynamite, trotyl, tolite, ammonals, gunpowder, pressurised and liquefied gas, etc.);
8.6. cartridges and capsules of all calibres;
8.7. other explosive devices;
8.8. other explosive substances and components of explosive devices.

                                              IV. HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES

9. Hazardous substances:
9.1. inflammable liquids (acetone, petrol, kerosene, menthol, spirit, etc.);
9.2. inflammable solid substances (potassium, sodium, phosphorous calcium, etc.);
9.3. gases (methane, butane, etc.);
9.4. penetrating and corrosive substances (salts, nitrogen, sulphur, fluorine, acetic acids, etc.);
9.5. poisonous substances (brucine, strychnine, mercury, cyanic compounds, poison, etc.);
9.6. radioactive substances;
9.7. other substances which in the aircraft passenger cabin can threaten safe aviation.

                                                        V. IMITATIONS

10. Imitations of all items listed in paragraphs 1 to 9 of the list.

                                                       VI. OTHER ITEMS

11. Other weapons, items and substances and items showing signs of imitation thereof, dangerous and suspicious items
which may cause fire, explosion or danger for passengers, the aircraft crew and the aircraft.

				
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