Travel With Products?

To safeguard the safety of passengers and/or aircraft,  international rules apply on what you can or cannot carry on board an aircraft.  Under these rules, e.g. all pointed or blunt items that may be used as an attack weapon are strictly forbidden in the aircraft  cabin. So as to also protect you against the threat of liquid and  plastic explosives, the European Union has adopted additional  security rules that restrict the amount of liquids and gels that  you can take through security checkpoints.
These rules apply since November 2006 to all passengers  departing from airports in the EU, Norway, Iceland and  Switzerland, whatever their destination.
What can you carry in your hand luggage?
Liquids and gels you wish to take in your hand  baggage have to be packed in individual containers of max. 100ml. These containers have to be packed  together in a single transparent re-sealable plastic bag with  a capacity of no more than 1 litre per passenger.

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