Regulations concerning the carriage of liquids, aerosols and gels, effective as of 31 January 2014
As of 31 January 2014, regulations concerning the carriage of liquids, aerosols and gels are to change. These items may be subject to controls carried out by security agents.
You can take:
- Liquids in containers up to 100 ml, placed in a single 1-litre transparent re-sealable plastic bag
- Medicines and specific dietary products, such as baby food
- Duty free purchases placed in a security bag. Items along with the sales receipt must be kept inside the bag, provided at time of purchase
- Duty free liquids bought either in any airport or on board any aircraft may be carried in cabin baggage.
- Duty free liquids together with the sales receipt are to be placed in a security bag. Do not open the security bag until you reach your final destination
- Security agents may open the security bag to check its contents. If you have a connecting flight in another airport, please inform the security agent so that your duty- free liquids are packed in a new security bag.
You cannot take:
- Any other liquids. They must be packed in your hold luggage. If in doubt, contact the airport, your airline or the store where you purchased these liquids for further information before you start your journey.
At the airport:
- Present your liquids separately from your cabin baggage for screening at the security checkpoint.- In exceptional cases, security agents may open bottles or other liquid containers in order to check their contents.
- Exceptionally, and only for security reasons, liquids may not be authorized for carriage.