What are the guidelines for carrying liquids or gels in hand-baggage?


You may carry liquids, gels, pastes, and aerosols in containers up to 100ml (3.4oz) in your hand baggage. Containers larger than 100ml will not be accepted even if only partly filled. Your containers must be carried in a transparent, resealable, quart or litre-sized bag, no larger than 20x20cm (8x8in). All items must fit comfortably in the plastic bag.

You are required to produce your transparent bag of liquids separately for security screening. There are no restrictions on baby foods and medication. However, you may be required to present a prescription for medication you want to take onboard.

*Transit flights: Rules vary from one airport to another. It is advisable to check with the airport that you are transiting in.



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