RESTRICTED ARTICLES IN HAND BAGGAGE
LIQUIDS, SPRAYS AND GELS
The transportation of liquids in hand baggage is strictly forbidden except those contained in individual recipients of a capacity limited to 100 (one hundred) millilitres, stored in a transparent resalable plastic bag. It should not exceed one litre per passenger.
By liquids, we mean:
- Water and other beverages, soups and syrups;
- Gel, including gel for hair;
- Pastes, including toothpastes;
- Other articles of similar consistence;
- Lotions, including perfumes and shaving creams for beard;
- Sprays and other pressure vessel recipients;
- Sweets of gelatinous nature.
Exceptions for transportation are cases of:
- Liquid medicine, necessary during the travel for medical reasons with prescription and proof of authenticity of the liquid subject to exemption;
- Liquids, necessary during the travel, for special dietary purposes, providing a medical certificate;
- Baby food
- Liquid bought in duty free airports, as long as they are transported in a STEB (Security tamper-evident bag) as recommended by the ICAO, duly closed and accompanied by the respective proof of purchase;
- Liquids purchased on board of the Aircraft, as long as they are transported in a STEB (Security tamper-evident bag), as recommended by the ICAO, duly sealed and accompanied by the respective proof of purchase.
Attention – When requested, you shall provide proof of authenticity of the liquid subject of exemption, by gustatory or epidermal proof.