Prohibited Items

The following items will NOT be accepted for carriage. This list includes items which are prohibited for carriage by any law, regulation or statute of any federal, state or local government of any country from, to or through which the items may be carried. For international carriage, there may be additional prohibited items specified by the country of destination. UK PaPa may at its sole discretion refuse to carry other items not listed below.

1.All Samsung Galaxy Note7 and Samsung Note7 devices
2.Bullion (of any precious metal)
3.Cash (legal tender - bank notes, currency notes, and coins)
4.Complete firearms, ammunition, explosives / explosive devices
5.Human remains or ashes
6.Hunting (animal) trophies, animal parts such as ivory and sharks fin, animal remains or ashes, or animal by-products and derived products not intended for human consumption, prohibited for movement by the CITES Convention and/or local law
7.Illegal goods, such as counterfeit goods and narcotics
8.Live animals (including but not limited to mammals, reptiles, fish, invertebrates, amphibians, birds, insects, larvae and pupae)
9.Loose lithium metal batteries under IATA PI968 section II
10.Loose precious and semi-precious stones (cut or un-cut, polished or un-polished)
11.Air guns, imitation or replica firearms, firearm parts and replica ammunition (includes rifle butts, trigger mechanisms, screws/bolts etc which are manufactured for the sole purpose of creating a functional firearm)
12Antiques and works of art with a shipment value in excess of EUR 500,000
13.Banderols / Tax stickers with a shipment value in excess of EUR 500,000
14.Cigarettes and electronic cigarettes with a shipment value in excess of EUR 500,000.
15.Dangerous / hazardous goods including but not limited to perfumes, aftershaves, aerosols, flammable substances, dry ice, biological substances, UN classified dangerous goods and any goods specified as such under International Air Transport Association regulations (“IATA”), the Agreement on Dangerous Goods by Road ("ADR") or International Maritime Dangerous Goods ("IMDG") regulations.
16.Financial and monetary commodities - examples include but are not limited to activated SIM cards for mobile phones, blank or activated credit or cash dispenser cards, blank cheques, event tickets, lottery tickets, money or postal orders, pre-paid phone cards, tickets (blank stock), traveller’s cheques, vouchers/tokens, unused stamps etc. Applicable to all shipments valued in excess of EUR 500,000
18.Jewelry and watches and with individual values in excess of EUR 5,000. The shipment must not exceed EUR 100,000