Articles allowed on board
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and the Department of National Security of the United States have the duty of protecting the national transportation system. As part of its mission, TSA supervises and monitors compliance with the list of items allowed on board.
3-1-1 Rule of liquids and gels in carry-on baggage
Small 3.4 ounce (100ml) containers are allowed on carry-on luggage. Larger containers are allowed in checked baggage.
Liquid is measured by the size of the container.
One clear, zip-top plastic bag holding the 3.4 ounce or less containers. All containers must fit inside the bag.
One quart size-plastic bag per passenger. The bag must be placed in the security bin for screening.
3-1-1 rule applies to all items except the following;
Breast milk, formula, baby food or medication. If you’re carrying any of one of these items, please notify a TSA security officer.
Use the following list as a guide. For a complete list on items allowed in carry-on and checked luggage click here.