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Would your cargo be considered HAZMAT?

Check out our list BEFORE you buy!

You may be surprised at the many COMMON EVERYDAY ITEMS which can become hazardous when on-board an AIRCRAFT. eZone employs HAZMAT SPECIALISTS following special procedures to ensure our cargo does not endanger anyone while en route to you.

Our destinations have regularly scheduled shipments of CONSUMER COMMODITY items. The hazmat fee is USD$10.00 per package and do check with your local agents for the hazmat flight schedule.


Cologne Nail Polish Air Freshners Tend Skin Liquid
Perfumes Mouthwash Hair Dye Hair Regrowth Treatment
Aftershave Shower Gel Body Splash Perfume Gift Set

Other common items of a more HAZARDOUS nature are subject to fees up to $260 such as:

Spray Sunscreen Hair Spray Any Aerosol
Spray Paint Equipment with gas powered engines Paint & other coatings
Hoverboards Auto Air Bags Automotive or similar type batteries
Fireworks / Matches Seatbelt pretensioners Auto Shocks & Struts

Also included on this more HAZARDOUS list are:

Items that are CONTENTS UNDER PRESSURE whether Flammable or not

Flammable liquids over 30ml/1oz – like baking extracts

Flammable solids – like Shoe Polish & Hookah Charcoal

Oxidizers like Hydrogen Peroxide

Corrosives like Swimming Pool Treatment

PROHIBITED items include:

Firearms, Liquor, Pepper Spray, Tear Gas, Lighters, Ammunition

Be certain before you buy!

Item not on the list? Not sure if your item is HAZMAT?

Obtain the Material Data Safety Sheet (MSDS) from the supplier/manufacturer of your product, and your local agent can assist in determining if the cargo is restricted, and what fee may be levied for AIR forwarding. You can also contact us via email.

**Hazardous items are defined as any substance or material which could adversely affect the safety of the public, handlers or carriers during transportation. The FAA and ICAO strictly enforce the law under Hazardous Regulations (49 CFR parts 171-180), and violations can carry a penalty of USD $25,000 – USD$500,000 and/or 5 years in prison per violation. Dangerous goods regulations **