What documents are required for transporting dangerous goods by air?

Dangerous goods that are transported by air require a “Shipper’s Declaration for Dangerous Goods” or “Dangerous Goods Declaration” (DGD). This declaration must contain all information about the dangerous goods, i.e. the dangerous goods class as well as all labelling information. Only qualified IATA personnel are permitted to complete the declaration, which they must also sign to release the dangerous goods for air freight.

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