Permitted liquids on board
100 millilitre containers
You may carry liquids in your hand luggage in containers with a capacity of up to 100 millilitres and packed in a transparent, reusable one litre plastic bag (e.g. “zip bag”).
- Please note that the printed maximum filling quantity and not the actual content applies.
- You may only take one plastic bag per person.
- Liquids include pastes, lotions, mixtures of liquids and solids, as well as the contents of pressure containers, such as toothpaste, hair gel, drinks, soups, syrup, perfume, shaving foam and other items with similar consistency as well as sprays, aerosols and gels.
Medication and special foods
Medication and special foods (e.g. baby food) required during the flight may be taken outside the plastic bag, but must be presented at the security control.
Duty-free items must be kept in the sealed safety bag provided at the point of sale.
Dangerous personal belongings
In order to ensure the safety of all passengers on flights the following goods are restricted or completely prohibited on the aircraft. If you carry these regardless, you run the risk of the goods being confiscated at the airport.
Only allowed in hand luggage and in the passenger cabin
- Replacement batteries/power banks
- Heat-producing goods
Only allowed on your person ( on you)
- A small lighter/box of matches
Prohibited in checked baggage and hand luggage
- Oxygen bottle
- Oxidising materials/corrosive materials
- Stunning equipment
- Fuel/fuel paste
- Camping gas
- Paint/Alcohol > 70 %
- Poison/household chemicals
- Battery-powered transport
- Radioactive material
Prohibited in hand luggage
- Sharp/pointed goods
- Blunt instruments
- Powders > 350 ml (USA flights)
Definition of dangerous goods
Dangerous goods are articles or substances which are capable of posing a risk to health, safety, property or the environment. There are special regulations concerning the carriage of these items.
For safety reasons, the following dangerous goods may not be carried either on your person or in your luggage:
- Corrosive materials such as acids, wet batteries, mercury (exception: a medical or clinical thermometer per passenger)
- Containers with gases such as camping stoves, gas lighters with blue flames, transportable liquid oxygen systems (O₂)
- Flammable solids such as hurricane matches, dry spirits
- Flammable liquid materials such as wind-proof lighters, fuel, lacquers, alcohol > 70 % vol.
- Explosive materials such as explosives, fireworks, pyrotechnic material
- Poisonous materials such as pesticides, insecticides
- Infectious materials such as viral cultures
- oxidising materials such as dyes, bleach
- Radioactive material
- Miscellaneous dangerous goods or items such as magnetic material, combustion engines, stun guns, pepper spray, safety cases, e-bikes and other electronic transport which are powered by lithium batteries, regardless of the battery power such as hoverboards, mini segways, air wheels or foldable scooters
Medicines, toiletries,handheld electronic devices, lithium batteries and certain other items may be carried if they meet specific transport regulations.
Items with carriage restrictions
- Some goods may only be carried in the aircraft if they comply with certain transport regulations. If they do not comply they cannot be carried.
- Alcoholic beverages
- E-cigarettes, e-cigars and e-pipes
- Lighters and matches
- Heat-producing items (e.g. soldering irons)
- Avalanche bags
- Medical items
- Munitions (cartridges for weapons)
- Wheelchairs and mobility aids (battery operated)
- Oxygen (gas) and air cylinders for medical purposes
- Life jacket
- Sprays and aerosols
- Diving lamps
- Dry ice
- Dry shipper with liquid nitrogen
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