Airline liquid restrictions are in force on all our flights, so you’ll need to pack your hand-baggage accordingly. You’ll find the relevant restrictions for your flight below, sorted by departure destination.
There are also carry-on liquid restrictions for any liquids bought in duty free, especially for passengers with onward connections. Again, we’ve laid out everything you need to know below, according to the relevant destination.
To ensure you don't waste money on buying duty free liquids you can't take onboard your flight, please check our Duty Free liquids restrictions information - for your departure destination, final destination, and anywhere you'll be transiting en route.
Currently, security checkpoints in UK airports only allow you to carry limited quantities of liquids in your hand baggage. This includes gels, lotions, pastes, liquid cosmetics, foams and foodstuffs.
We recommend you pack permitted liquid items in your hold baggage to avoid security delays. Any liquids you do decide to carry in your hand baggage must meet the following requirements to pass security screening:
The following flight liquid restrictions apply to flights leaving from India:
Medicines (presented with a prescription) and baby food are exempt.
The following liquid restrictions apply to flights leaving from Barbados:
Bags not in line with the regulations above - no zip-top, or a larger size - are not allowed.
The following liquids are allowed in amounts greater than 100ml. Please bear in mind that you still shouldn’t bring excessive amounts, however:
Any other permitted liquids will need to be stored in your check in baggage.
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