Standard Update | 63 Edition DGR Air Transport Lithium Batteries New Regulations
From January 1, 2022, lithium batteries can only be transported separately by air in accordance with the requirements of PI965 IA/PI965 IB or PI968 IA/PI968 IB. Cancellation of Part II of PI965 PI968, and the packaging that originally met the requirements of Part II with the cargo aircraft only label and the lithium battery mark will no longer be transported. This change does not apply to air transport contained in or packaged with equipment, there are no changes to ADR (road), RID (rail) or IMDG (sea) regulations.
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Article IA stipulates that the lithium battery hazard label and the cargo plane only label are two signs; Article IB stipulates that three signs are required: the lithium battery hazard label, the cargo plane only label and the lithium battery mark; the labels and marks must comply with the IATA regulations. Size requirements.
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