Liquids include gels, creams, ointments and aerosols, whether in bottles, pressure containers, tubes or other packaging. Common items that passengers take with them and which are classified as liquids include: Soft drinks, alcohol, perfumes, moisturisers, toothpaste, lip gloss, hairspray, shampoo, soaps, suntan lotions, soft cheeses such as Camembert and other cheeses.
Each unit of packaging may be a maximum of 100ml (1dl) of liquid. All packaging must fit into a transparent one (1) litre plastic zip-lock bag. Each passenger may have one bag. Packaging refers to bottles, tubes, canisters and other containers that can contain a liquid.
All medication in solid form (pills, powders and capsules) are permitted. Medication in liquid form that you require during your flight is permitted but may need to go through a liquid screening machine if the packaging is larger than 100ml. All medication in liquid form must be removed from the bag before the bag goes through the x-ray machine.
Yes, nutritional supplements like creatine, protein and others are allowed in carry-on. However, if the supplement is in liquid form it must be under 100ml like other liquids.
Containers containing a maximum of 100ml of contact lens fluid are permitted.
Yes it is allowed to travel with a hair iron in carry-on luggage
E-cigarettes are ONLY permitted in carry-on luggage. E-cigarette fluids fall under the general rules on liquids, i.e. no liquid may be in containers larger than 100ml and must fit into a 1l zip-lock bag together with other liquids you are carrying.
Infant formula is permitted provided the infant is travelling with you. Such food may, however, be subject to a random search, in which case it will have to be put through a liquid screening machine. A mother who takes breast milk with her even though the baby is not travelling with her will be granted an exemption, and the milk will be sent through the liquid screening machine during the security search process. Infant formula and breast milk must be taken out of the carry-on luggage before it goes into the x-ray machine.
Easter eggs are permitted provided that they do not contain any liquids exceeding 100ml.
Food in solid form (such as leg of lamb, fish and smoked pork) is permitted in carry-on luggage. If you are carrying a significant volume of food, it would be easiest to take some of the food out of the bag before the bag goes through the x-ray machine.
As a rule, knitting needles are allowed in carry-on luggage. This can, however, depend on individual airports, and in the event of connecting flights, passengers with knitting needles or other sharp items may be duly warned thereto. Airport security staff may, according to regulation, make note of and prevent passengers from continuing travel with items that they consider suspicious and which may pose a threat.
Rules on drones and drone batteries vary between aircraft operators. Passengers intending to take drones in their carry-on luggage should contact the airline for further information.
In general, hard cheeses like parmesan and cheddar are allowed. Soft cheeses like camembert and cheese spread are considered liquid. Therefore the same rules apply to soft cheese as for liquid and gels. Each unit can be up to 100ml and should be in a clear ziploc bag. Please note that any liquid that is purchased in shops after passing through security check for north america and countries outisde the EEU is forbidden in carry-on. Even though the packaging is sealed.