Singapore Airlines

General restrictions

General restrictions

For the safety of our passengers, crew, and aircraft, the following items are either prohibited or restricted on all aircraft. Please ensure that you do not pack items specified in this list in your carry-on or checked baggage. Medically necessary needles and syringes are exempt from these prohibitions if passengers have in their possession prescription medication with a professionally printed label that identifies the medical office, pharmacy, or manufacturer of the medication.

Prohibited items

Prohibited items

Passengers are prohibited from carrying these items in either checked or hand baggage.

 

The list of prohibited items are as follows:

  • Explosives, fireworks, munitions, flares, Christmas crackers, sparklers, party poppers and pyrotechnics
  • Security-type cases/boxes incorporating goods such as lithium batteries or pyrotechnics
  • Compressed gases (flammable, non-flammable, or poisonous) such as butane, propane, aqualung cylinders, lighter fuels, or refills
  • Lighters (butane, absorbed fuel, electric, battery-powered, novelty)
  • Oxidising substances such as bleaching powder and peroxides
  • Flammable liquids such as paints and adhesives
  • Flammable solids such as safety matches and articles which are easily ignited
  • Disabling devices such as mace or pepper sprays, with irritant properties
  • Poisons such as arsenic, cyanides, or insecticides
  • Radioactive materials
  • Corrosive materials such as mercury (which may be contained in thermometers or blood pressure gauges,) acids, alkalis, and wet cell batteries
  • Meals-Ready-to-Eat (MREs)
  • Firearms / parts of firearm such as revolvers, rifles, imitation firearms, pellet guns, ball-bearing guns, barrels, trigger assembly etc
  • Ammunition including blank, spent / empty cartridges
  • Toys guns/gun shaped items or look-alike
  • Any other substances which, during a flight, present a danger not covered above, such as magnetised, offensive, or irritating materials

 

Note: Failure to declare hazardous materials may result in civil or criminal penalties for passengers. All airlines are required to report violations to the relevant government authorities.


Restricted items

Restricted items

For the comfort, safety, and security of other passengers on the flight, passengers are not allowed to carry restricted items in their carry-on baggage. To minimise inconvenience, you are advised to check in or put these items in your checked-in baggage instead:

  • Knives (including hunting knives, swords, and pocket knives)
  • Scissors and any other sharp/bladed objects (e.g. ice-pick, nail clippers) considered illegal by local law
  • Weapons such as whips, nan-chakus, baton, or stun gun
  • Hand-cuffs
  • Sporting equipment such as baseball/cricket bats, golf clubs, hockey sticks, billiard cues
  • Devices with spillable batteries
  • Aerosols (hair sprays, perfumes, medicines containing alcohol) not exceeding 0.5 KG or 0.5 L per article and 2.0 KG or 2.0 L in total weight. Release valves on aerosols must be protected by a cap or other suitable means to prevent inadvertent release of the contents.
  • Baby strollers
  • Electronic devices which cannot be switched off (e.g. Furby toys)
  • Any other items which are deemed security hazards by local law
  • Any other items that resemble or have similar functions to the above items

 

Please note that these items will be retrieved at the boarding gate by the local authorities and depending on local conditions, the items may not be returned to you.

While there is no restriction on the carriage of Knee Defenders or similar devices, their use on board the aircraft is strictly prohibited. The use of such a device to prevent a seat in front from reclining alters the intended recline function of the Economy Class seat and interferes with the inflight experience SIA wishes to provide our passengers. For their comfort, all passengers may recline their seats during permitted phases of a flight. During meal service, cabin crew will as a courtesy, request for Economy Class seats to be put upright in consideration of the dining comfort of all passengers.


E-cigarettes

Electronic cigarettes, also known as e-cigarettes, personal vaporisers or electronic nicotine delivery systems are only allowed in carry-on baggage. However, the use of e-cigarettes in the cabin is prohibited at all times.


Lithium Batteries

How your lithium batteries are stored and their watt-hour (Wh) ratings determines whether or not they may travel by air.  Use the following guide to help you find out if your batteries are accepted on Singapore Airlines and SilkAir flights:

 

Lithium ion
/ Metal battery*
Allowed in cabin baggageAllowed in
checked-in baggage
Less than 100Wh
For example: Laptops, mobile phones, and digital and video cameras
In Equipment: Yes

Spare: Yes
Reasonable amount for personal use; must be protected from damage and short circuit
In Equipment: Yes

Spare: No
100 to 160Wh
For example: Video equipment and portable medical devices
In Equipment: Yes

Spare: Yes
Limited to two per passenger; must be protected from damage and short circuit
In Equipment: Yes

Spare: No
More than 160Wh
For example: Electric Segways, electric bicycles and underwater lamps
In Equipment: No

Spare: No
In Equipment: No

Spare: No

*Watt hours (Wh) = Amp hours (Ah) x Voltage (V)

 

Additional Requirements

  • Rechargeable battery packs, e.g. power banks, are treated as spare lithium batteries. The carriage of these items are subject to local regulations.
  • Spare lithium batteries are not allowed in checked-in baggage. They must be carried as cabin luggage only.
  • Never carry damaged or recalled batteries or equipment on aircraft.
  • Spare batteries should be in the original manufacturers packaging. If not, to protect it from damage or short circuit, you should tape across the battery’s metal parts (terminals) or place each battery in its own protective case or plastic bag.
  • Batteries must be installed in the equipment when checked-in.
  • Any battery-powered device must be packaged to prevent inadvertent activation.

 

Electric Wheelchair, mobility aids and assistive devices

Wheelchairs, mobility aids and assistive devices that are powered by lithium batteries and required for use by passengers will be allowed on board as checked-in baggage in conformance to the requirements stated in IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations.  Passengers are requested to inform our Reservations department 48 hours in advance and also alert our check-in staff at the airport.

 

Wheelchair, mobility aids and assistive devices with non removable battery(ies)

Battery(ies) that cannot be removed from the wheelchair, mobility air of assistive devices:

  1. The battery(ies) must be protected from short circuit by insulating the terminals (e.g. by taping over exposed terminals).
  2. The battery(ies) is securely attached to the wheelchair, mobility aid or assistive devices.
  3. Electrical circuits have been inhibited to prevent accidental activation.

 

Wheelchair, mobility aids and assistive devices with removable battery(ies)

Battery(ies) that can be removed from the wheelchair, mobility aid or assistive device:

  1. The battery(ies) must be removed from the wheelchair / mobility aid. The wheelchair / mobility aid can then be checked in without any restriction.
  2. The battery(ies) must be protected from short circuit by insulating the terminals.
  3. The battery(ies) must be protected from damage, for example by storing them in a protective pouch.  They must also be carried as hand luggage.
  4. The power rating of the lithium battery must not exceed 300Wh or for a device that is fitted with two (02) batteries required for operation, the power rating of each lithium battery must not exceed 160Wh.
  5. A maximum of one (01) spare lithium battery not exceeding 300Wh or two (02) spares each not exceeding 160Wh may be carried in the passenger cabin of the aircraft. The spare batteries are not allowed as checked-in baggage.

Prohibited personal transportation devices

Restricted items

All small lithium battery-powered personal transportation devices (e.g. mini-Segway, hoverboard, solowheel, airwheel, balance wheel, etc.) are prohibited as checked-in and hand-carry baggage. If these items are brought to the airport, they will be refused at checked-in. It will be the passenger's responsibility to arrange for the strorage or disposal of such items prior to boarding.


Samsung Galaxy Note 7 device prohibited on person, in carry-on or checked-in baggage

In view of the ban of the Galaxy Note 7 device by the US Department of Transportation, Singapore Airlines wishes to inform customers that the Galaxy Note 7 device is prohibited from being brought on board all our flights on person, in carry-on baggage or checked-in baggage.

 

The Galaxy Note 7 device also cannot be shipped as air cargo.  Anyone found in possession of the device will be denied boarding.

 

Visit Samsung's website for further assistance regarding their Galaxy Note 7 device

Baggage Checks in the United States of America (USA)

The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) stipulates that passengers travelling into and out of US commercial airports, can no longer access their checked baggage once baggage screening is completed. Hence, we recommend you to remove all items that you will need on board, before checking in your baggage.

 

As also advised by the TSA, passengers are asked to leave their baggage unlocked or use a TSA accepted and recognised lock to facilitate the search process. The TSA will not be liable for any damage caused to locked bags if they are opened for screening. For bags opened during screening, the screeners will close it with a tamper-evident seal and insert a notice in your bag to inform you that the bag has been opened.

 

As this procedure is governed by US legislation and beyond the control of the airline, we regret that we cannot be held liable for damage or loss of items from your baggage. You may visit the Transportation Security Administration website for further information.

 


Country specific restrictions

Every country has their own set of restrictions, and you can find out more about the restrictions that apply to the country you’ll be visiting below.


Note: Failure to declare hazardous materials may result in civil or criminal penalties for passengers. All airlines are required to report violations to the relevant government authorities.


General restrictions for all countries

 

Many countries have implemented restrictions on the carriage of liquids, aerosols and gels in compliance with the guidelines set by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Some examples are:

  • all liquids including beverages, soups and syrups
  • gels, including hair and shower gels
  • pastes, including toothpastes
  • creams, lotions and oils
  • contents of aerosol cans, including sprays, shaving foam, deodorants
  • mascara
  • liquid-solid mixtures
  • any other item of similar consistency

 

Note: The above items are some common examples and are not exhaustive.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage
  • must be removed from cabin baggage and declared to security personnel
  • may be subject to additional security checks.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Some countries have imposed these restrictions on both arrival and departure flights, so you may not be allowed to carry certain duty-free purchases onboard the aircraft. Please check with the duty-free personnel before making your purchases.

 

Any excessive LAG items detected at the security screening points at the boarding gates will not be accepted for checked-in in the cargo holds.

Flights from and via Moscow

 

If you are returning to or visiting or making transit/transfer connections in Moscow, restrictions on liquids, aerosols and gels apply.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage.
  • must be removed from cabin baggage and declared to security personnel.
  • may be subject to additional security checks.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels purchased from duty-free shops at Moscow airports, located after security screening points, will be allowed onboard.
  • However, these items must be packed in a transparent, sealed plastic bag. Receipts of the purchased duty-free items must be attached or enclosed in the bag.
  • If you are going to Australia or the US, you are advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases.

Flights from Sri Lanka

 

If you are returning from, or making transit/transfer connections in Sri Lanka, restrictions on liquids, aerosols and gels apply. You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage.
  • must be removed from cabin baggage and declared to security personnel.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels purchased from duty-free shops in Bandaranayake International Airport, located after security screening points, will be allowed onboard.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, clear, plastic bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • If you are going to Australia or the US via transit in Singapore, you’ll NOT be allowed to carry duty-free items purchased from previous sectors.

 

Items, which are not permitted through security checkpoints due to the LAG restrictions, will be disposed off at the gate.

Flights from Saudi Arabia

 

If you are departing from Saudi Arabia, some restrictions may apply to cabin baggage. You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Any item that does not fit into a transparent re-sealable plastic bag with a capacity exceeding 1 litre will not be permitted beyond the security screening point.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage
  • may be subject to additional security checks.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • Only duty-free liquid, aerosol and gel items purchased on the day of your flight will be allowed onboard.
  • These items must be bought after the boarding card checkpoint at a Saudi Arabia airport, or onboard any airline.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, clear, plastic bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • The bag must not be opened until you reach your final destination.
  • If you are going to Australia or the US, you are advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases.

Flights from Abu Dhabi

 

If you are departing from Abu Dhabi, some restrictions may apply to cabin baggage. You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Any item that does not fit into a transparent re-sealable plastic bag with a capacity exceeding 1 litre will not be permitted beyond the security screening point.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage
  • may be subject to additional security checks.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • Only duty-free liquid, aerosol and gel items purchased on the day of your flight will be allowed onboard.
  • These items must be bought after the boarding card checkpoint at Abu Dhabi airport, or onboard any airline.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, clear, plastic bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • The bag must not be opened until you reach your final destination.
  • If you are going to Australia or the US, you are advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases.

 

Learn more about LAG restrictions in Abu Dhabi

Flights from The Philippines

 

If you are departing from The Philippines, some restrictions may apply to cabin baggage. You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.
  • Any item that does not fit into a transparent re-sealable plastic bag with a capacity exceeding 1 litre will not be permitted beyond the security screening point.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage
  • may be subject to additional security checks.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • Only duty-free liquid, aerosol and gel items purchased on the day of your flight will be allowed onboard.
  • These items must be bought after the boarding card checkpoint at a Philippine airport, or onboard any airline.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, clear, plastic bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • The bag must not be opened until you reach your final destination.
  • Customers are advised not to buy liquids or gels, duty-free or
  • otherwise, from non-Philippine airports if you are changing planes at a Philippine terminal. Such purchases may be confiscated at the security checkpoint.
  • If you are going to Australia or the US, you are advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases.

 

Please check with your local Philippine airport, or country of departure for the latest updates.

Flights from Dubai

 

If you are departing from Dubai, some restrictions may apply to cabin baggage. You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Any item that does not fit into a transparent re-sealable plastic bag with a capacity exceeding 1 litre will not be permitted beyond the security screening point.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage
  • may be subject to additional security checks.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • Only duty-free liquid, aerosol and gel items purchased on the day of your flight will be allowed onboard.
  • These items must be bought after the boarding card checkpoint at a Dubai airport, or onboard any airline.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, clear, plastic bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • The bag must not be opened until you reach your final destination.
  • Customers are advised not to buy liquids or gels, duty-free or
  • otherwise, from non-Dubai airports if you are changing planes at a Dubao terminal. Such purchases may be confiscated at the security checkpoint.
  • If you are going to Australia or the US, you are advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases.

Flights from South Africa

 

If you are departing from South Africa, some restrictions may apply to cabin baggage. You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Any item that does not fit into a transparent re-sealable plastic bag with a capacity exceeding 1 litre will not be permitted beyond the security screening point.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage
  • may be subject to additional security checks.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • Only duty-free liquid, aerosol and gel items purchased on the day of your flight will be allowed onboard.
  • These items must be bought after the boarding card checkpoint at a South African airport, or onboard any airline.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, clear, plastic bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • The bag must not be opened until you reach your final destination.
  • Customers are advised not to buy liquids or gels, duty-free or
  • otherwise, from non-South African airports if you are changing planes at a South Africa terminal. Such purchases may be confiscated at the security checkpoint.
  • If you are going to Australia or the US, you are advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases.

 

Please check with your local South Africa airport, or country of departure for the latest updates.

 

Learn more about the regulations

Flights from Thailand

 

If you are departing from, or making transit/transfer connections in Thailand, restrictions on liquids, aerosols and gels apply, in compliance with the guidelines set by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage
  • may be subject to additional security checks.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • Only liquids, aerosols and gels purchased from duty-free shops in Thai airports, located after security screening points, will be allowed onboard.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, clear, plastic bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • The bag must not be opened until you reach your final destination.
  • If you are going to Australia or the US, you are advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases.
  • If you are traveling to domestic points in Thailand, you are allowed to carry on-board a maximum of 1 litre of liquids, gels and aerosols. Quantities exceeding 1 litre are to be checked-in. Alcohol purchased before the security checkpoint would need to be checked-in.
  • If you are traveling to Thailand, you must not carry more than 200 cigarettes or 250 grams of cigars or smoking tobacco or a combined variety of cigarettes / tobacco / cigars with a total weight of 250 grams.

Flights from Malaysia

 

If you are departing from, or making transit/transfer connections in Malaysia, restrictions on liquids, aerosols and gels apply, in compliance with the guidelines set by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage
  • may be subject to additional security checks.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • Only liquids, aerosols and gels purchased from duty-free shops in Malaysian airports, located after security screening points, will be allowed onboard.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, clear, plastic bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • If you are going to Australia or the US, you are advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases.
  • If you are traveling to domestic points in Malaysia, you are allowed to carry on-board a maximum of 1 litre of liquids, gels and aerosols. Quantities exceeding 1 litre are to be checked-in. Alcohol purchased before the security checkpoint would need to be checked-in.

Flights from Singapore

 

If you are departing from, or making transit/transfer connections in Singapore, restrictions on liquids, aerosols and gels apply, in compliance with the guidelines set by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage.
  • may be subject to additional security checks.
  • must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • Only liquids, aerosols and gels purchased from duty-free shops at Changi Airport airport, located after security screening points, will be allowed onboard.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, clear, plastic bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • Inflight duty-free purchases from previous sectors will be allowed onboard for transiting / transferring passengers if they are packed in transparent, sealed plastic bags with receipt attached.
  • For flights from Singapore to Australia and/or the US, duty-free liquid, aerosol and gel items are allowed provided these items are purchased on board or are delivered by duty-free staff to the gate-hold room in a sealed bag.
  • If you are entering Australia or the US via transit in Singapore, you will NOT be allowed to carry duty-free items purchased from previous sectors.
  • Items, which are not permitted through security checkpoints due to the LAG restrictions, will be disposed off at the gate.

 

Learn more Singapore Changi Airport

Flights from China

 

If you are departing from, or making transit/transfer connections in China, restrictions on liquids, aerosols and gels apply, in compliance with the guidelines set by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage
  • must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening and may be subject to additional security checks.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • Only liquids, aerosols and gels purchased from duty-free shops at all China International Airports, located after security screening points, will be allowed onboard.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, clear, plastic bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • If you are going to Australia or the US, you are advised to check with duty- free personnel before making their purchases.
  • Customers traveling to domestic points in China are allowed to carry on-board a maximum of 1 litre of liquids, gels and aerosols. Quantities exceeding 1 litre are to be checked-in. Alcohol purchased before the security checkpoint would need to be checked-in.

 

Carriage of lithium batteries

Please note that any battery-powered device must be packaged to prevent inadvertent activation. Spare batteries should be in the original manufacturers packaging. If not, you are to protect it from damage or short circuit. All damaged or recalled batteries or equipment is prohibited on the aircraft.

 

Not allowed for carriage

  • All portable mobile chargers and lithium batteries are not allowed in checked-in baggage.
  • Portable mobile chargers with power rating above 160Wh* are not allowed, even in cabin baggage.
  • Portable mobile chargers without clear power rating specifications indicated on the charger are not allowed.

 

Allowed for carriage (Only in cabin baggage)

  • Portable mobile chargers with power rating between 100 - 160Wh: a maximum of 2 pieces are allowed.
  • Portable mobile chargers with power rating below 100Wh: a reasonable number for personal use are allowed.

 

*The standard power rating is Wh (Watt hour). For portable mobile chargers with power rating specifications indicated as V(Volts), mAH, AH (milli/Ampere Hour), airport security staff will calculate the power rating accordingly Wh. i.e. V x Ah = Wh.

Flights from Indonesia

 

If you are departing from all Indonesian airports, some restrictions may apply to cabin baggage. You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage
  • may be subject to additional security checks.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • Only duty-free liquid, aerosol and gel items purchased from duty-free shops at the airport, located after security screening points, will be allowed onboard.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, clear, plastic bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • If you are going to Australia or the US, you are advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases.

Flights from Australia

 

If you are departing from all Australian airports, some restrictions may apply to cabin baggage. You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.
  • Domestic flights within Australia are NOT bound by these regulations

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage but amount allowed will be determined by the screening personnel.
  • may be subject to additional security checks.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • If you are flying out of Australia, you may carry liquid, aerosol and gel items purchased from Australian duty-free shops located after security screening points.
  • For direct flights from Singapore to Australia, duty-free LAG items are allowed into Australia provided these items are purchased on board or are delivered by duty-free staff to the gate-hold room in a sealed bag with proof of purchase.
  • If you are entering Australia via transit in Singapore, you will NOT be allowed to carry duty-free LAG items purchased from previous sectors. These items will have to be disposed off at the gatehold room.

 

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Flights from New Zealand

 

If you are departing from all New Zealand airports, some restrictions may apply to cabin baggage. You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage but amount allowed will be determined by the screening personnel.
  • may be subject to additional security checks.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • If you are flying out of New Zealand airports, you may carry liquid, aerosol and gel items purchased from duty-free shops located after security screening points.
  • Liquids, aerosols and gels purchased from duty-free shops in New Zealand airports, located after security screening points, will be allowed into Australia (applicable only on direct New Zealand/Australia flights).
  • If you are arriving to connect to your international flights from Auckland or Christchurch airports, you will NOT be allowed to carry duty-free LAG items purchased from previous sectors. These items will be disposed off at the Transit Security Check point
  • If you are going to EU countries or the US, you are advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases.

 

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Flights from Hong Kong

 

If you are departing from, or making transit/transfer connections in Hong Kong, restrictions on liquids, aerosols and gels apply. You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage but amount allowed will be determined by the screening personnel.
  • must be removed from cabin baggage and declared to security personnel at the checkpoints.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • If you are flying out of Hong Kong airport, you may carry liquid, aerosol and gel items purchased from duty-free shops located after security screening points.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, clear, plastic bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • If you are going to Australia or the US, you are advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases.

 

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Flights from Vietnam

 

If you are departing from, or making transit/transfer connections in Vietnam, restrictions on liquids, aerosols and gels apply. You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage but amount allowed will be determined by the screening personnel.
  • must be removed from cabin baggage and declared to security personnel at the checkpoints.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • If you are flying out of Vietnam airports, you may carry liquid, aerosol and gel items purchased from duty-free shops located after security screening points.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, clear, plastic bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • If you are going to Australia or the US, you are advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases.

Flights from Korea

 

If you are departing from, or making transit/transfer connections in Korea, restrictions on liquids, aerosols and gels apply. You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage but amount allowed will be determined by the screening personnel.
  • must be removed from cabin baggage and declared to security personnel at the checkpoints.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • If you are flying out of Korean airports, you may carry liquid, aerosol and gel items purchased from duty-free shops located after security screening points.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, clear, plastic bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • If you are going to Australia or the US, you are advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases.
  • If you are transiting onto flights to domestic destinations from Incheon Airport, you are advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases.

Flights from Taiwan

 

If you are departing from, or making transit/transfer connections in Taiwan, restrictions on liquids, aerosols and gels apply. You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.  

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage but amount allowed will be determined by the screening personnel.
  • must be removed from cabin baggage and declared to security personnel at the checkpoints.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • If you are flying out of Taiwan airports, you may carry liquid, aerosol and gel items purchased from duty-free shops located after security screening points.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, clear, plastic bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • If you are arriving in Taiwan with onward connections on international flights, please note that liquids, aerosols and gels that are purchased at other airports' duty-free shops or onboard an aircraft will be disposed off if these items are more than 100ml each, even if they are placed in sealed bags.
  • If you are going to Australia or the US, you are advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases.

Flights from Japan

 

If you are departing from Japan, some restrictions may apply to cabin baggage and this includes all liquids, aerosols and gels. You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage but amount allowed will be determined by the screening personnel.
  • may be subject to additional security checks.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • If you are flying out of Japanese airports, you may carry liquid, aerosol and gel items purchased from duty-free shops located after security screening points.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, tamper-evident bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • If you are transiting through Japan onto international flights, you must surrender liquid items at the transit security checkpoint.
  • If you are going to Australia or the US, you are advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases.

Flights from Maldives

 

If you are departing from, or making transit/transfer connections in Maldives, some restrictions may apply to cabin baggage and this includes all liquids, aerosols and gels. You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage but amount allowed will be determined by the screening personnel.
  • must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • If you are flying out of Maldives airports, you may carry liquid, aerosol and gel items purchased from duty-free shops located after security screening points.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, clear, plastic bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • If you are going to Australia or the US, you are advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases.

Flights from/within Canada

 

If you are returning to or flying within Canada, some restrictions may apply to cabin baggage. You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage but amount allowed will be determined by the screening personnel. You are advised to carry medication that is required for your itinerary.
  • may be subjected to additional security checks.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • If you are flying out of Canadian airports, you may carry liquid, aerosol and gel items purchased from duty-free shops located after security screening points.
  • If you are going to Australia or the US, you are advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases.

 

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Flights to/from United States

 

If you are returning to or visiting the United States, some restrictions may apply to cabin baggage. You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage but amount allowed will be determined by the screening personnel. You are advised to carry medication that is required for your itinerary.
  • may be subjected to additional security checks.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • If you are flying out of the United States, you may carry liquid, aerosol and gel items purchased from duty-free shops located after security screening points.
  • You are advised to buy duty-free LAGs ONLY at your last point of departure. However, if you are taking SQ062 from Moscow to Houston, you’ll not be allowed to carry onboard duty-free LAGs purchased from the transit duty-free shops in Moscow if these LAGs items are more than 100ml per container.
  • If you are entering the US via transit in Singapore, you will NOT be allowed to carry duty-free items purchased from previous sectors. These items would have to be disposed off at the gatehold room.
  • For direct flights from Singapore to the US, duty-free LAG items are allowed into the US provided these items are purchased on board or are delivered by duty-free staff to the gate-hold room in a sealed bag with proof of purchase.

 

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Flights from European Union countries

 

If you have direct or onward connections in Europe, or if you are departing or changing planes in the EU, some restrictions may apply to cabin baggage. You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage.
  • must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • You may carry liquid, aerosol and gel items purchased from duty-free shops at an airport or onboard an aircraft.
  • These items must be packed in a security tamper evident bag (ICAO-standard), which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • These items must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for security screening.
  • The bag must not be opened until you reach your final destination, unless opened and re-packed by local airport authorities.
  • If you are going to Australia or the US, you are advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases. Please check with your local EU airport, or country of departure for the latest updates.

 

See the list of EU member states

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Flights from/within United Kingdom

 

If you have direct or onward connections in Europe, or if you are departing or changing planes in the EU (of which the United Kingdom is part of), some restrictions may apply to cabin baggage. You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage.
  • may be subject to additional security checks.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • If you are arriving from Singapore and transferring at a European Union (EU) airport, you will be allowed to carry duty-free liquids onboard your connecting flights in the EU.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, clear, plastic bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • The bag must not be opened until you reach your final destination.
  • If you are going to Australia or the US, you are advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases.

 

Cabin baggage limitations:


If you are traveling from Heathrow Airport

  • If you are traveling in Economy Class, you will be allowed ONE cabin baggage and ONE personal item*
  • If you are in Business and First Class, you are allowed TWO cabin baggage, and ONE personal item*

 

Cabin baggage size:

  • Dimension: Length + Breadth + Height
  • (including protrusions) must not exceed 115 cm (45 inches) in total subject to stowability.
  • Weight: Up to 7kgs

 

Examples of personal items:

  • purse, briefcase, laptop or baby changing bag.
  • Laptops in a thin satchel and slim line briefcase are considered a personal item. However laptops in larger computer bags and larger, bulkier briefcases are considered as one piece of cabin baggage.

 

If you are traveling from Manchester Airport  

Cabin baggage size restrictions for passengers flying on Singapore Airlines:

  • If you are traveling in Economy Class, you will be allowed ONE cabin baggage and ONE personal item*
  • If you are in Business and First Class, you are allowed TWO cabin baggage, and ONE personal item*

 

Cabin Baggage size:

  • Dimension: Length + Breadth + Height
  • (including protrusions) must not exceed 115 cm (45 inches) in total subject to stowability.
  • Weight: Up to 7kgs

 

Examples of a personal item:

  • A lady’s handbag
  • An overcoat
  • An umbrella or walking stick
  • A laptop or notebook computer (in a thin satchel or slim briefcase only)
  • A small camera
  • A reasonable amount of reading material for the flight
  • Infant’s food for consumption in flight and infant’s carrying basket
  • A fully collapsible wheelchair and/or a pair of crutches and/or other prosthetic devices for the customer’s use provided he/she is dependent upon them
  • Infant’s stroller provided the infant is on board the aircraft

 

(Both the wheelchair and baby stroller will be retrieved at the Boarding Gate at the aircraft by staff for loading into the cargo hold)

Flights from Norway

 

If you have direct or onward connections in Norway, some restrictions may apply to cabin baggage. You are advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.  

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage.
  • may be subject to additional security checks.
  • If you are carrying prescription medicine, you are advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • Only duty-free liquid, aerosol and gel items purchased on the day of your flight will be allowed onboard.
  • These items must be bought after the boarding card checkpoint at a Norwegian airport, or onboard a Norwegian airline.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, clear, plastic bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • The bag must not be opened until you reach your final destination.
  • You are advised not to buy liquids or gels, duty-free or otherwise, from non-Norwegian airports if you are changing planes at a Norwegian terminal. Such purchases may be confiscated at the security checkpoint.
  • If you are going to Australia or the US, you are advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases.

Flights from Switzerland

 

If you have direct or onward connections in Switzerland, some restrictions may apply to cabin baggage. You’re advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage.
  • may be subject to additional security checks.
  • If you’re carrying prescription medicine, you’re advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • Only duty-free liquid, aerosol and gel items purchased on the day of your flight will be allowed onboard.
  • These items must be bought after the boarding card checkpoint at a Swiss airport, or onboard a Swiss airline.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, clear, plastic bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • The bag must not be opened until you reach your final destination.
  • You are advised not to buy liquids or gels, duty-free or otherwise, from non-Swiss airports if you are changing planes at a Swiss terminal. Such purchases may be confiscated at the security checkpoint.
  • If you’re going to Australia or the US, you’re advised to check with duty- free personnel before making your purchases.

Flights from Iceland

 

If you have direct or onward connections in Iceland, some restrictions may apply to cabin baggage. You’re advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage.
  • may be subject to additional security checks.
  • If you’re carrying prescription medicine, you’re advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • Only duty-free liquid, aerosol and gel items purchased on the day of your flight will be allowed onboard.
  • These items must be bought after the boarding card checkpoint at an Iceland airport, or onboard an Iceland airline.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, clear, plastic bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • The bag must not be opened until you reach your final destination.
  • You are advised not to buy liquids or gels, duty-free or otherwise, from non-Iceland airports if you are changing planes at an Iceland terminal. Such purchases may be confiscated at the security checkpoint.
  • If you’re going to Australia or the US, you’re advised to check with duty- free personnel before making your purchases.

Flights from India

 

If you’re departing from, or making transit/transfer connections in India, restrictions on liquids, aerosols and gels apply. You’re advised to pack your cabin baggage accordingly to avoid unnecessary inconvenience.

 

The restrictions are:

  • Liquids, aerosols and gels will only be allowed in cabin baggage if they’re kept in containers of not more than 100ml each, even if the containers are only partially filled.
  • Containers must be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag. The total volume of the bag must not exceed 1 litre.
  • Each passenger is only allowed one such plastic bag.
  • The bag must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.

 

Medication, as well as food items for special dietary requirements including baby formula:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage.
  • must be removed from cabin baggage and presented to security personnel for visual and/or X-ray screening.
  • If you’re carrying prescription medicine, you’re advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

 

Duty-free purchases:

  • If you are flying out of Indian airports, you may carry liquid, aerosol and gel items purchased from duty-free shops located after security screening points. These will be delivered to you by duty-free staff at the boarding gate.
  • These items must be packed in a sealed, clear, plastic bag, which contains a receipt as proof of purchase.
  • If you are transiting in India, you are not allowed to carry duty-free LAGs purchased inflight or outside India.
  • If you’re going to Australia or the US, you’re advised to check with duty-free personnel before making your purchases.

MEDICATION, AS WELL AS FOOD ITEMS FOR SPECIAL DIETARY REQUIREMENTS INCLUDING BABY FORMULA:

  • are permitted in cabin baggage, within a reasonable amount
  • must be removed from cabin baggage and declared to security personnel
  • may be subject to additional security checks.

If you’re carrying prescription medicine, you’re advised to carry supporting documentation (such as an ID card and a letter from your physician) for verification.

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