Blunt objects, which could cause considerable damage to people or the aircraft, are not allowed in the cabin and are therefore not allowed in carry-on baggage. Examples of not allowed objects are:
Objects that could be misused as weapons and whose blades are longer than 6 cm are not allowed in the carry-on baggage. These objects can be carried in the checked baggage only. Examples for objects that could be misused as weapons are:
Notice: Carry blunt and sharp objects in the checked baggage. Pack the items in such a way that they cannot cause any damage during transport and will not hurt anyone. In case of doubt contact your airline (also regarding more restrictive provisions in other countries)
Firearms or replicas of firearms are not allowed in the carry-on baggage, but may, under certain conditions, be carried in the checked baggage. Examples are:
Notice: With permission of the airline unloaded weapons and ammunition may be carried in the checked baggage. Contact your airline for the requirements.