Prohibited items

If you ship a parcel containing prohibited items, you can not claim loss or damage to the parcel. If it causes damage associated with the transportation of prohibited goods, the Sender is obliged to pay costs to the Carrier.

Prohibited items

  • perishable, infectious, or odorous items
  • human and animal remains
  • live animals and plants
  • shipments in bags, sacks, and loosely-packed containers
  • personal documents, passports, identity cards, driver’s licenses
  • high-value artwork, objects of emotional value
  • thermally unstable goods requiring controlled temperature
  • high-value items such as cash, precious metals, artistic and antique items, collections, securities, credit or debit cards, drawn lottery tickets, right pearls, precious stones, jewellery
  • ammunition, firearms, explosives, fireworks, and similar objects
  • furs, animal skins (from non-domesticated animals), ivory
  • illegal drugs and pharmaceuticals
  • musical instruments without a hard case
  • packages addressed to P. O. Box recipients
  • commodities listed in the ADR Convention (International Road Transport of Dangerous Goods) as Dangerous Goods
  • inadequately packaged goods according to our rules or those not following packaging customary in the industry or tied together with multiple packages
  • shipments with apparently exceeded weight or dimensional limits as entered into the order on

International shipments

  • alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, and excise goods
  • commodities listed in the ADR Convention
  • items with a value higher than CZK 125,000 or more (an equivalent of EUR 5,000)
  • drugs and medicines
  • containing oil or gasoline
  • pornographic materials
  • goods whose sending is prohibited by any applicable law (for example, because of their content, the intended recipient, or the country to/from which they are to be sent). Applicable law includes all laws, subordinate legislation (e.g., Decrees, regulations, or actions) on the basis of which sanctions can be imposed, as well as any trade restrictions and economic sanctions against countries, persons, or entities (e.g., Embargoed), including measures established by the United Nations, the European Union, and the Member States of the European Union such as Malta, Cyprus, Greece and the islands outside Europe

Air transportation

such as Malta, Cyprus, Greece and the islands outside Europe

  • batteries and accumulators
  • pressurised containers (e.g., common aerosols)
  • explosive substances and objects
  • supercooled liquefied gases and gases
  • materials susceptible to self-ignition
  • flame retardants
  • oxidising substances
  • corrosive substances
  • other commodities listed in the DGR - Dangerous Goods Regulations
  • issued by the International Air Transport Association (IATA)