What am I Allowed to Carry on the Airplane

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What am I Allowed to Carry on the Airplane?

You should contact the airline from which you are travelling with to know any restrictions on the certain carry-on luggage items that you want to take with you.

However, there are restrictions applied to aerosols, liquids, and gels (LAGs) in the baggage which is carry-on and is taken through screening points at the airports.

  1. You are allowed to carry on board of international inbound and outbound flight, a total quantity of lower than 1 litre of aerosols, liquids and gels. There are exceptions applied to medical products/medicines and for baby products.
  2. The container should be of maximum size of 100mls. The 100ml containers presented for inspection should fit a 1-litre, transparent and re-sealable plastic bag comfortably. One passenger is limited to carry one bag.