ACCEPTABILITY OF GOODS FOR CARRIAGE 

3.1 CARGO ACCEPTABLE 


3.1.1 Carrier undertakes to transport, subject to the availability of suitable equipment and space, all shipments, unless otherwise excluded by Carrier’s regulations and provided:

3.1.1.1     the transportation, or the exportation or importation, thereof is not prohibited by the laws or regulations of any country to be flown from, to or over;

3.1.1.2     they are packed in a manner suitable for carriage by aircraft;

3.1.1.3     they are accompanied by the requisite shipping documents;

3.1.1.4     they are not likely to endanger aircraft, persons or property, or cause annoyance to passengers.

3.1.2 Carrier reserves the right without assuming any liability to refuse carriage of cargo when circumstances so require.

3.2 VALUATION LIMIT OF SHIPMENT
Carrier may refuse carriage of shipments having a declared value for carriage in excess of the amount specified in Carrier’s regulations.

3.3 PACKING AND MARKING OF CARGO

3.3.1     Shipper is responsible for ensuring that the cargo is packed in an appropriate way for air carriage so as to ensure that it can be carried safely with ordinary care in handling and so as to not injure or damage any persons, goods or property.  Each package shall be legibly and durably marked with the name and full address of the shipper and consignee.

3.3.2    Packages containing valuables as defined in Carrier’s regulations must be sealed if so requested by Carrier, by a method approved by Carrier.

3.4 CARGO ACCEPTABLE ONLY UNDER PRESCRIBED CONDITIONS
Dangerous goods, live animals, perishables, fragile goods, human remains, and other special cargo are acceptable only under the conditions set forth in Carrier’s regulations applicable to the carriage of such cargo.

3.5 RESPONSIBILITY FOR NON-OBSERVANCE OF CONDITIONS RELATING TO SPECIAL CARGO
Responsibility for non-observance of the conditions relating to the carriage of special cargo rests with the shipper, who shall indemnify the Carrier for any loss, damage, delay, liability or penalties Carrier may incur because of carriage of any such cargo.

3.6 CARRIER’S RIGHT OF INSPECTION
Carrier reserves the right to examine the packaging and contents of all shipments and to enquire into the correctness or sufficiency of information or documents tendered in respect of any shipment but Carrier shall be under no obligation to do so, and assumes no liability with regard to such inspection or enquiry.

3.7 UNIT LOAD DEVICES

When shipper undertakes to load a Unit Load Device (ULD) he must comply with Carrier’s loading instructions and shall be liable for and indemnify Carrier against all consequences of any non-compliance with such instructions.

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