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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by skylimer, Jan 3, 2016.

  1. skylimer

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    Hi guys, I'm flying in a week time from stagnated airport to Oporto , I'm taking my dji phantom 3 advanced and 2 batteries with me in my hand luggage. Do you know if I am able to take it without any problem or if they have any restrictions especially because of the lippo batteries? Thank you guys
     
  2. Meta4

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    Probably no problem at all.
    But go to the airline's website and search for their rules on batteries.
    You will have to carry the batteries in your carry-on.
    Do not check-in Lipo batteries.
     
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    You should also cover the battery connectors with something (e.g. tape).
     
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