You warrant that you can travel independently, or if you cannot, that you are travelling with an accompanying passenger who is responsible to ensure that you can travel safely and provide all assistance and supervision you require.
We may be able to provide limited assistance at some ports for special requirements such as wheelchairs, service dogs, unaccompanied minors, carriage of firearms, pet transport, and persons in legal custody. Please contact Skytrans prior to booking to confirm availability of any special service request.
Dangerous goods may not be carried. A list of common dangerous goods is displayed at check in counters and further information is available on request. Passengers are requested to clarify any doubtful items prior to check in. Common examples are compressed gasses (some common camping equipment), flammable liquids and solids (strike anywhere matches, lighter and heater fluids, flammable aerosols), firearms (may only be carried with approval as checked luggage), and poisons (not including medical prescriptions).
Alcohol management programmes are in place in many of the communities in Cape York. The carriage of alcohol is NOT permitted on Skytrans flights operating into or via dry communities. Alcohol is not permitted in checked baggage, carry-on baggage or on your person.
In your hand luggage or on your person, you must not include sharp or pointy objects or cutting implements of any kind or length, whether of metal of other material. Passengers carrying needles for medical purposes will need to declare them at check in and airport screening points. Medication should have a professionally printed label identifying the medication or manufacturer’s name or pharmaceutical label affixed.
Skytrans will not carry items that we reasonably determine are unsuitable for carriage because they are dangerous, unsafe or because of their weight, size, shape or character, or items which are prohibited by any applicable law from being carried on any aircraft. If we discover that you are carrying prohibited items, we may do whatever we consider appropriate and what is reasonable in the circumstances, including disposing of the item.