For those who transport their drones with the batteries in them, this may be the beginning of the end of carrying them on the plane or even in checked bags. They don't mention drone batteries, but I would hate to show up at the airport and have to leave my batteries behind. This is an Air Canada policy as I've not checked other airline policies. Small lithium battery-powered vehicles Small lithium battery-powered vehicles are not accepted in either checked baggage or carry-on baggage due to safety concerns associated to the lithium batteries that power them. Vehicles not accepted include hoverboards, electric skateboards, airwheels, mini-Segways and balance wheels. Please contact Air Canada Cargo for detailed information on the safe shipment of your vehicle. If customers wish to use Air Canada Cargo, please be aware that they will accept small lithium battery powered vehicles; however they must meet enhanced and stringent conditions. Customers should check with Air Canada Cargo well in advance of travel for more information. * On smaller aircraft (e.g. Jazz Dash-8 or CRJ) with limited onboard storage space, customers are asked to deposit their carry-on items on a cart as they board the plane. Battery-powered devices and spare batteries must always be removed from carry-on baggage that is deposited on such carts and carried into the aircraft cabin.