Weights and dimensions are required for all shipments that will require pickup or delivery
If you are shipping from airport to airport only, you can leave the dimensions as is and
enter the estimated weight for each package. Please note that the cost provided on the rates
page will be an estimated cost only.
All package weights and dimensions will be verified when it is received at a Canadian North
cargo station. If the weight and dimensions vary from what is entered for your shipment,
your air waybill will be updated within our systems and your final cost could be adjusted.
Use a good cardboard box or envelope. And be sure to take off any old
labels or markings from previous shipments.
Place our label on your shipment, 2 labelled sides would be preferred
so it is really visible!
Pack heavy items at the bottom of the box with lighter items on
Be sure to cushion fragile items to prevent damage to your
Use strong packaging tape to secure the box. Avoid use of string or
rope to do this job.
Tape all the seams of the box, we want your stuff protected!
Your shipment could be considered a dangerous or hazardous good if it
is powered by lithium batteries, contains fuel, aerosols, cylinders, ammunition or dry ice.
We can’t service your request online, please call our support line for assistance.
Call us if you have any packaging questions, 1-844-790-6833
Explosives, chemical oxygen generators,
unserviceable tire assemblies, cylinders of oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrogen or fire
extinguishers, paint, adhesives, aerosols, life-saving appliances, first aid kits, fuel in
equipment, wet or lithium batteries, matches, etc.
Engines, carburetors or fuel tanks which
contain or have contained fuel, wet batteries, compressed gases in tire inflation devices,
fire extinguishers, shocks/struts with nitrogen, air bag inflators/air bag modules, etc.
Infectious substances, dry ice, flammable
liquids or solids, oxidizers, organic peroxides, toxic or corrosive substances, radioactive
Flammable gases (butane, propane, etc.),
flammable liquids (kerosene, gasoline, etc.), flammable solids (hexamine, matches, etc.),
Items meeting any of the criteria for
dangerous goods, particularly flammable liquids, flammable solids, oxidizers, organic
peroxides, toxic or corrosive substances.
Chemical oxygen generators in a passenger
service unit (PSU), various compressed gases such as oxygen, carbon dioxide and nitrogen,
gas lighters, aerosols, fire extinguishers, flammable liquids such as fuels, paints and
adhesives, and corrosive material such as batteries. Other items such as flares, first aid
kits, life-saving appliances. Matches, magnetized material, etc.
Any of the defined classes of dangerous
Flammable resins or solvents compressed
or liquefied gas, mercury and radioactive material.
Cylinders (such as scuba tanks, vest
bottles, etc.) of compressed gas (air, oxygen, etc.), high intensity diving lamps which can
generate extreme high heat when operated in air. In order to be carried safely, the bulb or
battery must be disconnected.
Explosive(s), magnetized materials or
mercury and electron tubes or wet batteries.
(wheelchairs, lawn mowers, golf carts,
etc.) may contain wet batteries
Explosive pyrotechnic devices,
generators, wet batteries, fuel, heat producing items, flammable liquids/solids, oxidizers,
organic peroxides, toxic or corrosive substances, etc.
May contain flammable liquids.
Flammable liquids such as solvent based
paint, adhesives, polishes, aerosols (for passengers, those not permitted under Subsection
2.3), bleach, corrosive oven or drain cleaners, ammunition, matches, etc.
May conceal barometers, manometers,
mercury switches, rectifier tubes, thermometers, etc. containing mercury.
Flammable liquids, flammable solids,
oxidizers, organic peroxides, toxic or corrosive substances.
Adhesives, paints, sealants, solvents,
wet and lithium batteries, mercury, cylinders of compress or liquefied gas, etc.
Organic peroxides and flammable
adhesives, solvent based paints, resins, etc.
Explosives(power rivets), compressed gas
or aerosols, flammable gases(butane cylinders or torches), flammable adhesives or paints,
corrosive liquids, micro torches and utility lighters (flammable gas), larger torches with a
self-igniting switch attached to a container or cylinder of flammable gas, etc.