New Battery Rules for Airline Passengers

The U.S. Department of Transportation has determined that lithium batteries are a potential fire hazard, and as a result, as of January 1, airline passengers are no longer allowed to pack loose lithium batteries in checked luggage.

Most lithium batteries will be allowed on board when installed in electronic devices. Spare batteries can be placed in carry-on bags if they’re packed properly. However, it’s not as simple as that. All lithium metal batteries (versus lithium-ion batteries)

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