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The European Union and the ENAC have adopted security measures that restrict the amount of liquid substances transported in your hand baggage beyond the airport security gates and on board.
These measures apply to all passengers departing to any destination from airports within the European Union in addition to Norway, Iceland and Switzerland.
The following are considered liquids: gels, pastes (e.g. toothpaste), lotions, mixes of solid/liquid substances, contents of pressurized containers (e.g. shaving foam), hair gel, drinks, soups, jams, syrups, perfumes, shaving foam, aerosols and other products with a similar consistency.
As of January 31, 2014, new rules have come into force regarding the transport of liquids that can be brought on board.
- Carry a small amount of liquid inside your hand baggage in containers no larger than 100 ml or equivalent (100 g). The containers must be put into sealable transparent plastic bags with a capacity not exceeding 1 l or approximately 18 x 20 cm in size. Each passenger may carry on only one such plastic bag
- Carry medicine and foodstuffs for special diets, including baby food; you may be asked to prove their authenticity and your need for these items
- Carry liquids purchased at the duty free of any airport or airline. The duty-free liquid and receipt must be sealed at the time of purchase in a security bag that must not be opened until the final destination.
- If you have a connecting flight at another airport, inform the security staff so that the liquids can be resealed in a new security bag
All other liquids, aerosols and gels must be put in hold baggage.
For more information, we suggest you to visit the website of the airport you are departing from.
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