Liquids & Gels restrictions

For security reasons the quantity of liquids and gels in your hand baggage is strictly limited.

What can you take in your hand baggage? 

  • Liquids and gels in individual containers of max. 100 ml, packed in a single transparent and re-sealable plastic bag with a capacity of no more than 1 litre are allowed.
    This restriction does not apply to liquids that were purchased in the airside shops as long as they remain packed in a sealed bag that you are not allowed to open until you reach your final destination. 
    Any products that were bought in one of the airport shops or bars and restaurants located beyond the security checkpoints are allowed into the cabin.
  • Baby food products (both formula milk and jars) for use during the flight are allowed in the hand baggage. The security agent may ask you to taste the foods to prove they are indeed baby food.
  • Medicines and dietary supplements for use during the flight are also allowed (ask your doctor for a certificate to prove their necessity).

What are ‘liquids & gels’?  

  • Water and other drinks, soup, syrup, …
  • Care products: contact lens solution, creams, lotions and oils, shampoo, perfumes, shaving foam, hairspray, hair and shower gels, toothpaste, mascara, lipstick, lip gloss, deodorants, …
  • Food products including runny cheeses, chocolate spread, jam, yoghurt, peanut butter, …
  • Liquid medicines including cough syrup, …
  • Liquid-solid mixtures such as foods in sauce, …
  • Fluids in pressurised spray cans including deodorants, hairspray, …
  • Sprays including eau de toilette, perfume, …
  • Gels including hair gel, cooling gels, …
  • Pastes including chocolate spread, peanut butter, toothpaste, …
  • Any other product of similar consistency