Last update 15.06.2021
In accordance with the Technical Instructions on the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air, certain dangerous goods may not be transported by air.
However, an exemption from these technical instructions may be granted, provided that an equivalent overall level of safety in transport is achieved, and only:
Such exemptions must be granted by the States concerned, which are as follows:
Any air operator or shipper applying for an exemption.
The air operator providing the transport must hold an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) with the privilege to transport dangerous goods.
The Directorate of Civil Aviation (Direction de l’Aviation Civile – DAC) must receive the application 10 days before the scheduled date of the flight.
The fee charged for the services provided for the purpose of issuing an exemption for the transport of dangerous goods by air is established in the Grand Ducal regulation of 19 November 2019.
The application form must be completed and signed and sent to the DAC at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
When applying for an exemption to transport dangerous goods by air, applicants must provide the DAC with copies of the following, in addition to the required form:
The exemption shall be valid for 30 days.
The shipper and the air operator shall comply with the conditions of transport as specified in the exemption, and report any incident in connection with the transport to email@example.com within 72 hours.
Transport by air of dangerous goods which are forbidden under normal circumstances