New Restrictions for Carry-On Items
By Order of the Department of Homeland Security Transportation Security Administration
For all flights to/from the United States
PASSENGERS MAY CARRY THE FOLLOWING ITEMS AS DESCRIBED:
- Liquids, gels and aerosols in small containers (3 oz./90 ml or less)
- Medications (including over-the-counter medicine) without the requirement that the customer’s name appear on prescription medicine
- Baby formula/milk (to include breast milk), baby food, medications, and liquids/gels that are needed for diabetic or other medical conditions
Such items must be placed in a clear plastic, re-sealable quart-size (7.5” x 8”) zip-top bag.
The bag must be removed from the carry-on bag while at the security checkpoint for further screening.
If not contained in a closed/sealed transparent re-sealable 1-quart/1-liter plastic bag and/or if in containers larger than 3 oz 90 ml), they must be declared to the TSA at the security checkpoint for screening.
In U.S. domestic airports, liquids (to include beverages), gels and aerosols purchased in the sterile area of the airport may be taken on board the aircraft.
All passengers should plan to arrive at the airport three (3) hours in advance of scheduled departure time.
For more information, visit the U.S. Transportation Security Administration Website.
For more baggage policies, click here.