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This page includes key information on what you can and can’t take with you on a British Airways flight including restrictions on liquids, food, aerosols, lithium batteries and e-cigarettes.

Some regulations may vary by country and airline, so always check local airport and airline rules before you fly, especially if you’re transferring to another airline at any point in your journey. For flights departing from the US, check the website of the US Transport Security Administration (TSA).

Certain items fall under more than one category so please read the following information carefully. If your item is not covered here or you have any questions, please contact us.

This page includes key information on what you can and can’t take with you on a British Airways flight including restrictions on liquids, food, aerosols, lithium batteries and e-cigarettes.

Some regulations may vary by country and airline, so always check local airport and airline rules before you fly, especially if you’re transferring to another airline at any point in your journey. For flights departing from the US, check the website of the US Transport Security Administration (TSA).

Certain items fall under more than one category so please read the following information carefully. If your item is not covered here or you have any questions, please contact us.

Liquids, creams, powders and aerosols

You can take liquids on the plane in your checked baggage and hand baggage, but most countries have restrictions on the types of liquids and quantity you may take into the cabin with you. This includes any type of liquids, gels, creams and aerosols, such as

  • Toiletries
  • Lekarstwa w płynie
  • Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks
  • Liquid components of e-cigarettes
  • Food items, such as soups, sauces, jam and jelly (see separate guidance on baby food)
  • Powders on flights to USA and from Australia (such as cosmetics, spices, powered milk, sugar, coffee or similar).

You are strongly advised to check the hand baggage requirements below that contain important security information.

Batteries, electric and electronic devices

Sports and recreational items

Some sports and recreational equipment, such as guns, sharp or blunt objects like bats, also falls under the prohibited items category.

Other restricted items

Prohibited items

The items below are prohibited but there are some exceptions.

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When flying on another airline, click their logo to find out more about their banned and restricted items.

  • American Airlines logo.
  • Finnair logo.
  • Iberia logo.
  • Japan Airlines.
  • Qatar Airways.
  • China Southern Airlines logo.