Three US airline groups have announced a ban on hoverboards amid fears that their batteries present an unacceptable fire hazard.
American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines have said the ban will apply to checked and carry-on luggage on all flights, the BBC said.
The US government is reportedly investigating the hoverboards after receiving reports of at least 10 reports of fires.
The skateboard-like devices have already been banned by other airlines, including JetBlue, Alaska, Virgin American, Hawaiian, Spirit and Allegiant.
Delta had said the self-balancing scooters often used batteries which it said exceeded the wattage allowed on planes, and that they were often poorly labelled.
The lithium ion batteries used in the devices are common in devices like phones, laptops and toys.
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission is now conducting a high-priority investigation of hoverboards, following reports of fires in at least nine states.