Liquids

Last updated 15/06/2021
There are special rules within the EU on what you are permitted to bring on board in your hand luggage. For example, you may bring liquids, but they must be packaged in accordance with specific rules.

How to package liquids

Liquids must be packaged in containers no larger than 100 ml (1 dl) max.

 

You may bring more than one container but all containers must be carried in a single re-closable and transparent 1 litre plastic bag.

 

It must be possible to close the bag completely and place it in a separate tray at the security checkpoint.

 

If your liquids exceed 100 ml (1 dl), they will be rejected at the security checkpoint.

 

Please note: liquids include mixtures of solid and liquid ingredients (e.g. meat and potatoes with gravy). The same rules apply for frozen foods.


Baby food and medicine

You are allowed to carry more than 100 ml (1 dl) of baby food plus water for mixing in your hand luggage. However, only the amounts required during the flight are allowed.

 

You are allowed to carry more than 100 ml (1 dl) of medicine in liquid form in your hand luggage. However, only the amounts you will require during the flight are allowed.

 

You must be able to demonstrate the authenticity of the medicine and your legitimate need to carry it. You must therefore carry written documentation from your doctor and/or pharmacy that can be shown at the security checkpoint.

 

Baby food and medicine must be placed in a separate tray at the security checkpoint.