CATSA encourages all passengers to arrive at their departing airport well in advance of their flight. Many airlines advise passengers to arrive two hours in advance for domestic flights and three hours in advance for US and international flights.
Dangerous goods - general
Carry on baggage
Many common items may seem harmless, but due to their physical and chemical properties, can be very dangerous when transported by air. As a general rule passengers are not permitted to transport dangerous goods on board an aircraft in their carry-on or checked baggage. For more information, please visit the Transport Canada Website.