The maximum quantity of liquids, gels and aerosols permitted in carry-on baggage is 100ml/100g (3.4 oz) per container when placed in one clear, closed and re-sealable plastic bag no larger than one litre (one quart); maximum 1 plastic bag per passenger. Open, coloured or opaque plastic bags of any size containing liquids, gels or aerosols in containers of any size are not permitted through security screening.
Exemptions: baby formula, baby food and milk for passengers travelling with infants (needed for in-flight use only) prescription and essential non-prescription medicines.
Once past the security screening checkpoint, passengers may carry on board any liquids, gels and aerosols that have been purchased from retail and duty-free stores in the sterile area.
Transport of alcoholic beverages
Alcoholic beverages of more than 70% alcohol by volume are classified as dangerous goods. Leakage of flammable liquids can result in a fire and/or explosion. Proper packaging is required.
You can carry alcohol containers (including wine or beer and commercial products) in your checked baggage if:
- The percentage of alcohol by volume is equal to or less than 70% (140 proof)
- The quantity does not exceed five liters per person for alcoholic beverages whose percentage of alcohol by volume is 24 to 70%
If the alcohol percentage is more than 70% (force of proof 140), the product will not be accepted, either as checked baggage or as cabin baggage. Please contact our Cargo department