Gelten besondere Bestimmungen für die Beförderung von Powerbanks im Flughafen Peking?

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Du sagst, beim Pekinger Flughafen stand nichts zum Thema Powerbanks. Haben Dir die folgenden Hinweise des Airports nicht weitergeholfen?

List of Banned Items in Hand and Checked Luggage

V. Other substances

3. Power bank and lithium battery with rated energy larger than 160Wh (lithium battery for electric wheelchairs is otherwise provided);

6. Other items whose transportation is banned by the state law, administrative laws and regulations.

List of Restricted Items in Hand and Checked Luggage

(III) Items that are banned in checked luggage but are conditionally allowed in hand luggage

Power bank and lithium battery is not allowed in checked luggage, but is allowed in hand luggage with the following conditions (lithium battery for electric wheelchairs is otherwise provided):

1. With complete and clear label and rated energy no more than 100Wh;

2. Battery with rated energy more than 100Wh and no more than 160Wh must be approved by the airlines. Each traveler can carry no more than two such batteries.

III. Other items whose transportation is banned by the state law, administrative laws and regulations.

http://en.bcia.com.cn/server/notice/safe.shtml

Und hier noch ein paar Extrahinweise zum Handling von Lithium-Batterien:

http://en.bcia.com.cn/server/notice/n_safe_05.shtml

(Quelle: Beijing Capital International Airport (BCIA)) 

Alles akutell von heute morgen. Es macht aber trotzdem Sinn, die Airline zu fragen, wie der aktuelle Stand der Dinge ist.

Und dann habe ich bei tripadvisor eine ältere Notiz gefunden:

„Airport Security Warning

Leaving Beijing I had my auxiliary phone battery confiscated at airport security, I was told it lacked the proper wording on the label. It was tossed into a box of a couple of hundred of them that had been confiscated.“ (04/2014)

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