What can I bring in my luggage?

Don’t stress out anymore about your hand luggage and what to put inside it! This guide can help you to pass the security measures without any problem.

How many times do you ask yourself if what you have in your hand luggage is compliant with the security measures adopted in airports?

Here is your final guide of what you can bring and not inside hand luggage.

Liquids

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There are restrictions on the amount of liquids you can bring inside your luggage.

If you do take liquids in your hand luggage:

You can take more than 100ml through security if they:

You can also take liquids bought at the airport or on a plane (such as duty free) through security if:

What we mean for “liquid”:

The lighters must be put inside another resealable plastic ba.It must keep it close throughout the flight. Just one is allowed.

Outside the EU, we recommend checking with your airline and country of origin and destination for possible different rules.

Food and powders

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Food items and powders in your hand luggage can obstruct images on x-ray machines.

Your bags may need to be checked again manually by security. You can put these items in your hold luggage to minimise delays.

Electronic devices and electrical items

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Unfortunately, you can bring some kind of electronic device in your hand suitcase.

Here is a scheme of what is allowed in your hand luggage and what is in your hold lagguage.

Allowed in hand luggageAllowed in hold luggage
Mobile phoneYesYes
LaptopYesYes
Tablet devicesYesYes
MP3 playerYesYes
Hairdryer or straightenersYesYes
Travel ironYesYes
Electric shaverYesYes
E-cigarettesYesNo

*Check always on your airline website for more detailed information.