What are the rejected dangerous goods?
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Any article that causes great danger to the safety of persons and property in the course of air transportation is defined as dangerous goods.
Types of dangerous goods:
Dangerous goods are classified into 9 categories according to their risk level:
Category 1: explosive dangerous goods such as ammunition and fireworks
Category 2: gas/gas, e.g. oxygen, ammonia
Category 3: flammable liquids, such as gasoline, paint/paint
Category 4: flammable solids: matches, lighters
Category 5: oxidants, organic peroxides
Category 6: toxic dangerous goods, infectious substances, e.g. insecticides, biological specimens
Category 7: radioactive dangerous goods such as uranium
Category 8: corrosive dangerous goods, e.g. acid, alkali
Category 9: others, such as dry ice, batteries, magnets, etc
Rejection of parcel:
The operator has the right to refuse shipment in the following circumstances: by judging that the parcel is considered dangerous, it may pose a threat to personal/property safety; Causing pollution or damage to other goods or equipment; The carriage of the goods is not economically or operationally feasible; The packing is unqualified.