Any liquids in hand luggage must be in a container measuring no more than 100ml and placed in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag measuring 20cm by 20cm, one bag is permitted per passenger. Your liquid bag should be removed from your hand luggage before you reach security so that it can be screened separately.
Please note that liquid bags must be re-sealable, not just closable, therefore bags that close with a zip are not permitted as the bag is not completely sealed and air-tight.
Essential medicines, including inhalers and liquid dietary foodstuffs
You’re allowed to carry essential medicines of more than 100ml in your hand luggage, but you need supporting documentation from a relevant medical professional (eg a letter from your doctor or a copy of your prescription). The same applies for gel packs.
Baby Food and Baby Milk
When travelling with a baby you’re allowed to take enough baby food, baby milk and sterilised water for the journey. In some cases this will be over 100ml.
|Item||Allowed in hand luggage||Allowed in hold luggage|
|Breast milk, formula milk, cow’s milk||Yes||Yes|
|Sterilised water for the baby||Yes (must be in a baby bottle)||Yes|
|Soya milk for babies||Yes||Yes|
Food and powders should be packed into hold luggage where possible. Carriage in hand luggage can delay your transport through security as they can cause X-Ray image obstructions and cause further checking and procedures. If you are required to have powders or foods in your hand luggage, please allow additional time to travel through security.