There are government limits to the amount of liquids, aerosols and gels that you can have in your carry-on baggage when you’re departing from an international terminal. These limits also apply to domestic flights departing from an international terminal.
- Products must be in containers of 100ml or less (broadly equivalent to 100 grams or less) and carried together in a transparent, resealable plastic bag
- The bag's sealed area must add up to no more than 80cm (eg, 20 x 20cm or 15 x 25cm)
- Only one bag is allowed for each passenger, with exceptions for carers who may carry the bags of the people in their care, including children
Medication, baby milk or food and food for special dietary requirements are exempt.
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