How to complete Shipper's Declarations for Dangerous Goods when shipping oxygen cylinders in Aviation Logistics Blog
When preparing Oxygen Cylinders for air transport, you must complete a Shipper’s Declaration for Dangerous Goods. As always, accuracy is the key to avoiding potential delays. Our short training video details the proper way of completing the form.Read more...
Packaging oxygen cylinders is highly regulated since oxygen tanks are considered Dangerous Goods. Therefore, you must follow very specific instructions when packaging and labeling oxygen cylinders for safe air transport.
Our short training video details the packaging and labeling requirements.
There are a multitude of rule changes in the 52nd Edition of the IATA DGR. They will affect shipping of magnetized materials, limited quantities goods, consumer commodities, infectious, radioactive materials and many others.
The new regulations will take effect on January 1, 2011. We have included a summary of the important changes.
As we all witnessed, worldwide security and anti-terrorist measures have created an atmosphere of fear and distrust with respect to transportation. With the recent security threat in Dubai, the situation will certainly intensify.
For obvious reasons, authorities are particularly vigilant and suspicious in the case of shipments of explosive devices, which has an adverse affect on the transporters’ ability to serve the Aviation Spares and AOG Community in shipping an article known in the industry as a “fire bottle.”