For safety reasons, the amount of liquids which can be taken into aircraft cabin has been limited to containers with a maximum content of 100 millilitres. Duty Free purchases at airports may include items larger than 100ml. Please do not forget that all Duty Free purchases are counted towards your cabin baggage allowance.

Items permitted in aircraft cabin if placed in cabin baggage:

  • Liquids in container with a maximum capacity of 100 millilitres, packed in one transparent, re-sealable plastic bag with a capacity not exceeding one litre per person.
  • Medicine, drops and other fluids needed for medicinal purposes.
  • Baby formula or special food for passengers with illnesses for the duration of the flight.
  • Drinks, perfumes and other liquids purchased at the airport transit area, packed and sealed in special Duty Free containers with a receipt added confirming the Duty Free purchase.

We recommend not to carry on board a larger quantity of baby formula or special food than necessary for the duration of the flight. You may be asked by a security control worker to taste the food as part of the security control or to present a proof of origin of the fluid (e.g. when transporting insulin, a doctor’s note or prescription in your name will be requested). Larger quantities of liquids may be transported in checked baggage.

Liquids include:

  • water and other drinks, soups, syrups,
  • creams, lotions and oils,
  • perfumes,
  • sprays,
  • gels, including shampoos and shower gels,
  • pressurised containers, including shaving foam, styling mousse and other foam-based agents and deodorants,
  • pastes, including toothpaste,
  • liquid-solid mixtures,
  • all other items of similar consistency.

Airport Duty Free Purchases

You can buy drinks, perfumes, creams and other liquids larger than 100ml per package at airport Duty Free shops located beyond the passport control provided they are placed in a sealed see-through bag together with the receipt. Please do not open the bag until you pass the last security check at the last point of transfer.

Please check in advance with the airports of transfer on your journey which items are permitted and banned from transport in cabin baggage.

All Duty Free purchases are counted towards your cabin baggage allowance. Cabin baggage that exceeds the maximum permitted amount, size and/or weight will be transported as checked baggage for a free in the aircraft cargo hold.