What things are prohibited on the plane?
Prohibited items include detonators, dynamite, flares, grenades, fireworks, replica explosives, aerosol cans, any fuel, gasoline, gas torches, matches, lighters, paint thinners, bleach, chlorine and spray paint. Other explosives or flammable objects not listed are also prohibited.
Can I take 2 pieces of hand luggage?
The rule of thumb is that your personal item should fit under the seat in front of you. The personal items allowance is no excuse for bringing a second carry-on. I’ve seen people do that and take two spots in the top bin. Carry-on baggage sizing rules also vary.
What can you take in hand luggage on an airplane?
Aerosol insecticides are not permitted in carry-on baggage; however, they are permitted in checked baggage as long as they are not labeled as hazardous materials (HAZMAT). Air mattresses with an integrated pump are permitted in hand luggage. Please check with your airline for size or weight restrictions.
What types of medication can you take on a plane?
are allowed in your hand luggage, but they must be in containers of 100ml or less and all must fit in a single clear plastic zip-lock bag no larger than 1 litre. All prescription and over-the-counter medications can be taken on board.
How much liquid can you take on a plane?
How many liquids can you take on a plane (gels and aerosols included)? You are allowed to bring liquids and gels, but they must adhere to a few restrictions. All of your liquids must be in containers smaller than 100ml (3.4oz) and all together must fit in a bag no larger than 1 liter (34oz).
What kind of cosmetics can I take on a plane?
The regulations state that you can only take on the plane liquid and cosmetic products in containers of 100 ml or less. Special attention should be paid to this, because the volume does not only refer to the contents but to the container itself. This means that we cannot transport a 120ml bottle even if it is partly empty and contains only 60ml of liquid.