Up to two Lithium-Ion batteries greater than 100 Watt Hours but not more than 300 Watt Hours may be carried in carry-on baggage only for DOMESTIC US airline travel for passengers and crew. Each battery must be individually protected to prevent short circuits. No exceptions for batteries in equipment for checked-in baggage. Lithium-ion battery in equipment may be carried.
PLEASE NOTE: AIRLINES MAY INSTEAD FOLLOW UNITED NATIONS IATA REGULATIONS, PLEASE SEE LINK BELOW. CALL AIRLINES PRIOR TO TRAVEL WHEN TRAVELING WITH BATTERIES EXCEEDING 100WH.
Due to new IATA regulations that are
effective January 1, 2009, you can no longer carry as spare batteries in carry on baggage, or in
equipment in either checked or carry on baggage product models
FLB-200, FLB-200V, FLB-240, or
International flights. Please see link below for more detailed