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ICAO banned lithium battery baggage shipment, 2012, Philadelphia International Airport, a UPS freighter due to checked lithium battery fire. Sina Technology News Beijing time on February 23rd morning news, ICAO issued a provisional ban on Monday, banned all rechargeable lithium batteries through the aircraft consignment. The ban will last at least until 2018. Air cargo shipments of lithium batteries have been in dispute for many years. The introduction of the ban shows that ICAO began to pay more attention to the fire risk of lithium batteries in transportation. According to the ban, from April this year, the global airlines prohibit the shipment of lithium batteries in passenger aircraft. Prior to this, many large airlines have taken the initiative to stop the lithium battery consignment service. After the International Civil Aviation Organization issued the ban, the regulatory authorities will take coercive measures. In addition, ICAO may further limit the large volume of lithium battery transport through cargo planes. ICAO’s interim injunction will last until 2018. By 2018, ICAO will introduce new cargo packaging standards to reduce the risk of fire or explosion in lithium batteries. Previously, the U.S. regulatory authorities have banned the shipment of lithium batteries through the airliner, so the ban will not affect the relevant policies of the U.S. airlines, passengers can still carry lithium batteries, as well as portable electronic devices including lithium batteries. Laboratory tests show that the design of contemporary aircraft can not cope with a few lithium battery overheating caused by fire and explosion events. If these lithium batteries are stacked together, a fire may occur. In the case of damage, the lithium battery may overheat or short circuited. For this decision, Olumuyiwa Benard Aliu, President of ICAO, said, "security is always our basic priority." Olu Muyiwa, President of the international civil aviation organization, said, "security is our basic priority."". (Qiu Yue)

国际民航组织宣布禁止锂电池行李托运 2012年,美国费城国际机场一架UPS货机因托运的锂电池起火。   新浪科技讯 北京时间2月23日上午消息,国际民航组织周一颁布临时禁令,禁止所有可充电锂电池通过客机的托运。这一禁令将至少延续至2018年。   关于锂电池的航空货运,业内的争议已持续多年。而此次禁令出台表明,国际民航组织开始进一步注意到锂电池在运输中的起火风险。根据禁令,从今年4月开始,全球范围内的航空公司禁止在客机中托运锂电池。   此前,许多大型航空公司已主动停止了锂电池托运服务。而在国际民航组织颁布禁令之后,各国监管部门将对此采取强制措施。此外,国际民航组织还可能进一步限制通过货机的大批量锂电池运输。   国际民航组织的临时禁令将至少持续至2018年。到2018年,国际民航组织将引入新的货物包装标准,降低锂电池可能存在的起火或爆炸风险。   此前,美国监管部门已禁止通过客机托运锂电池,因此这一禁令不会对美国各航空公司的相关政策造成影响,而乘客仍可以随身携带锂电池,以及包含锂电池的便携式电子设备。   实验室测试表明,当代客机的设计无法应对少数锂电池过热引发的起火和爆炸事件。如果这些锂电池被紧密堆放在一起,那么就可能发生起火。而在损坏情况下,锂电池也可能会过热或出现短路。   对于这一决定,国际民航组织总裁奥卢穆伊瓦・艾卢(Olumuyiwa Benard Aliu)表示,“安全永远是我们最基本的优先级”。(邱越)相关的主题文章: