Liquids that passengers normally carry in their carry-on bag includes Gels, Tooth Paste, Creams, Oil, Mouth Wash, aerosols, water, juice, etc.


Particularly passengers traveling to U.S, Australia, NZ, UK and Europe are allowed to bring only a quarter-sized bag of above items (not more than 100 milliliters of quantity per item) in their carry-on bag.


Placing these items in the small transparent plastic zip top bag separate from your other carry-on baggage will help you to quickly clear the security screening process. You can easily buy 100 ml small plastic bottles from Countdown, Pak N Save, etc stores for storing your liquids.


All Items larger than 100 milliliters must be packed in checked baggage.



However, there are exemptions to the above 100ml rule in following cases:



Medically required liquids, creams and medications (like Syrups) can be carried in excess of 100 milliliters in your carry-on baggage.

However, it is better to carry them in the original packaging with full name written and if you have the prescription for it do carry it along with you.



Formula, breast milk and juice for infants and small children in quantities greater than 100 milliliters are allowed in carry-on baggage and do not need to fit within above quarter-sized bag.

The above tips will surely help you to clear the check-in security screening process and save you time and hassle from finding & taking out individually all items from your carry-on-baggage during security check.  


For more information please contact friendly team at Travel India Limited on phone no. 09-278 7778 or Mobile: 0211008642.