Passenger Guide - Liquids & Restrictions
While planning a trip by plane, check what liquids you can take with you in hand luggage and what should be packed in checked baggage.
You can take in your hand luggage on board of the aircraft the following:
- fluids purchased in the duty free zone at the airport, which together with the bill should be locked in a secure bag.
- liquids in containers up to 100 ml volume (one transparent sealable bag with a capacity not exceeding 1L).
- medicines and other essential foods during the trip due to specific health requirements, including baby food.
You can not take on board: other liquids, aerozoloe and gels. They should be put in checked baggage.
More information on the rules of carriage of liquids you can found on the Civil Aviation Authority website.