Permitted items include portable electronic devices, such as wristwatches, calculators, cameras, cell phones, computers, video cameras, etc. for personal use, provided that:
- if they have lithium batteries, the lithium content does not exceed 2 g.
- if they have lithium-ion batteries, the batteries do not exceed 100 Wh;
- if they contain leak-proof batteries, these batteries do not exceed 100 Wh or 12 V.
The device must be protected from involuntary activation or the battery must be disconnected and exposed terminals must be isolated.
Smart Bags abags may only be brought aboard the aircraft as carry-on baggage. Under no circumstances may smart bags be checked. If your smart bag has a removable battery, you can remove the battery to take it with you into the cabin, and check just the bag.
- Batteries rated higher than 100 Wh are not allowed
EUnder no circumstances will a battery rated above 100 Wh be allowed onboard an aircraft. The lithium batteries used in smart bags have a risk of short-circuiting and causing a fire that would be difficult for an aircraft's fire suppression system to control.
Portable personal electronic devices containing batteries that exceed the limits described above are prohibited as per GOL policy.
A maximum of 15 devices and 20 extra batteries are allowed per person.GOL will not transport hoverboards, segways or any other kind of self-balancing device.