HAND BAGGAGE
REGISTERED
BAGGAGE
OVERWEIGHT BAGGAGE CHARGES
SPECIAL ITEMS
TRACKING
SPECIAL BAGGAGE
Consult about the regimen of transportation for the transfer of the following type of baggage:
TRANSPORTATION OF WEAPONS
TRANSPORTATION OF HUMAN ORGANS
TRANSPORTATION OF WEAPONS
What kinds of objects are considered weapons?
Firearms of all kind and any calibres
Collectable Firearms (working or not)
Imitation of firearms or war toys
Munitions
 
Blunt Elements
Sharp and/or stabbing Elements
Tools
Every article that you could suspect that would be able to cause any injury
Current safety rules prohibit the transportation of any of these objects on cabin that is the reason for which they will be dispatched in hold as registered baggage.
Weapons will have to be unloaded, dismantled and packed according to the requested safety rules. br> Munitions and cartridge will have to be transported in its original package or in a box separated from cells. br> Neither munitions with explosive or incendiary head, nor war armament shall be accepted to be transported shall be accepted under no circumstances.
Passengers pertaining to Security Organizations who travel with weapons carrying (revolver, pistol), will have to use the weapon cover or to dispatch it as cargo.
Documentation
Departure
Passengers who travel overseas with a weapon must have reached the age of majority and to evidence that he/she is legitimate user of it through the pertinent documentation issued by the National Registry Office of Weapons (R.E.N.A.R).
 
Entrance
Passengers who come into the country with a weapon, they must have reached the age of majority and count on the authorization for its possession of his/her country of origin, where must appear: type, brand, model, calibre, number of series and munitions.'.
National Weapons Registry (R.E.N.A.R)'
Address: 1469 Bartolomé Mitre St, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires / Openings: from Mondays to Fridays, from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Telephone: (011) 4371-8989 / Delegations in each province
Weapons Container
Passengers (security organisms and /or guards) who have carrying weapons will have to show them to the Security Control Authority of the Airport.
The weapon will be unloaded in an isolated sector and packed together with the munitions and/or cartridge clips in the Weapon Container, which will be sealed with a security pre-package and it will carry a label.
The passenger will have to request it at destiny to the traffic staff, presenting the corresponding receipt.
ASH TRANSPORT (HUMAN REMAINS)
Aerolineas Argentinas and Austral accepted transporting cremated human remains (ashes) in an urn, which the passenger must carry in hand baggage.

Documentation:

On Domestic flights:
- Death Certificate.
- Certificate of Cremation

On International flights:
- Death certificate, original and copy
- Certificate of Cremation, original and copy
- Certificate of Shipment issued by the Office of Border Health at the Airports
- Visation or Consulate authorization of the country of destination / transit, or La Haya Apostille.
TRANSPORTATION OF HUMAN ORGANS
Aerolíneas Argentinas performs the Transportation of Human Organs for Operations of Transplant, exclusively under a request of the Central National Institute Unique Coordinator of Donations and Implants (I.N.C.U.C.A.I.). The presentation will have to be made 30 minutes in advance at the airport, complying with the requisites of documentation and corresponding package.