Can You Take Perfume on a Plane?


Quick Answer

Perfumes and other nonessential or nonmedical liquids are allowed on board a plane. However, these items must comply with international regulations in effect since January 31, 2014.

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Passengers traveling to the United States, any European Union country, Japan or Korea are allowed to carry liquids in their carry-on baggage as long as all the containers are 100ml (3.4 ounce) or less in volume and fit within a transparent, sealed 1-quart plastic bag. Larger volumes of perfume are allowed on board a plane if the perfume is purchased after the security screening point and packed in a tamper-evident bag with the proof of purchase visually displayed.

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