DANGEROS GOODS
Combined Courier, through its association withCombined Courier, offers the movement of Dangerous Goods and hazardous materials. This is possible due toCombined Courier’s extensive fleet of 662 aircrafts and fully trained dangerous goods specialists. For details please click here or contact the nearest Combined Courier office.
Acceptable Products and Classes toCombined Courier
Class Door-to-Door Airport-to-Airport
1Explosive
(e.g. fireworks,
airbags
Not acceptable, exception
1.4 to/from some countries
Class 1.3 Airports must be
Through DG-Admin
2 Gases
(e.g.aerosol cans:
deodorant,
hairspray)
Flammables/Non
Flammables acceptable
Toxic Gases not acceptable
Flammables/Non Flammables
Acceptable
3 Flammable
Liquids
(e.g. perfume,
paint)
Acceptable Acceptable
4 Flammable
Solids
(e.g. matches)
Acceptable Acceptable
5 Oxidizers
(e.g. fertilizer)
Acceptable Acceptable
6 Poisonous
Substances
- Class 6.1 III acceptable
- Class 6.2 (Infectious
  Substance) acceptable
- 6.1 I, 6.1 II by special
  Arrangement only
- Class 6.1 III acceptable
- Class 6.2 (Infectious
  Substance) acceptable
- 6.1 I, 6.1 II by special
  Arrangement only
7 Radioactive
Material
Not acceptable Acceptable
8 Corrosives
(e.g. cleaning
products, acids)
Majority acceptable
(Restrictions for nitric,
Perchloric and sulfuric acid
Concentrations)
As door-to-door
9 Miscellaneous
(e.g. Dry Ice,
magnets)
Acceptable Acceptable
Coverage
FedEx flies into the major world airports in North and South America, Asia and Australia & Europe.

For the availability of DG service (destination countries, cities, classes) please check the current status with your local Operations Department.
Transit Times
The guaranteed transit-time on the door-to-door Dangerous Goods service for packages up to 68 kg is
IP transit-time + 1 business day
Packaging
The customer is responsible for packaging and labeling the packages in compliance with IATA regulations; all DG packages require following information:
- UN-number
- Hazard label
- Name and address of shipper and consignee
- In addition, Dry Ice packages need to show the net weight of Dry ice in kg.
Paper work Requirements
The customer is responsible for processing the AWBs (Expanded Service International Air Waybill) and the Shipper’s Declaration, as well as for the marketing and labeling of the packages.