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Dangerous goods

Air Inuit adheres to strict regulations applying to the transportation of combustible, explosive and other types of dangerous cargo. All such items must conform to applicable laws and regulations at the time of shipping. In addition, please note that all tanks of internal combustion engines, including diesel engines, must be completely empty and ventilated for 24 hours for cargo transportation. This requirement is valid for ATVs, snowmobiles, outboard engines, generators, etc. Regulations concerning the transportation of dangerous goods are strict and clear.

Battery-Powered Vehicles Prohibited

Small lithium battery-powered vehicles not permitted on Air Inuit aircrafts.
Please note that Air Inuit cannot accept small lithium battery-powered vehicles in checked baggage, as carry-on items, or as cargo shipments due to numerous safety concerns associated with the batteries in these devices.
Examples of small lithium battery-powered vehicles include:
  • Hoverboards
  • Electric Bicycles
  • Electric Skateboards/Scooters
  • Mini-Segways
  • Balance Wheels
To make sure you have the most up-to-date information on shipping dangerous goods, visit Transport Canada’s official website.

Air Inuit does not accept Dangerous Goods in EXCEPTED QUANTITIES

Please contact Air Inuit cargo services for more information regarding this type of shipment.