Check or Carry On Bags
- Only 3.4 ounces or 100 milliliters or less of liquids or gels allowed
- Place liquids or gels in one quart-size, clear plastic bag zip-top bag - one bag per passenger. The bag must be screened separately at the security checkpoint.
- Larger quantities of medically necessary liquids may be allowed on a case by case basis. Get details.
- Place loose lithium batteries in plastic bag
- One plastic bag per passenger
- Remove plastic bags (above) from carry ons for screening
- Remove all electronic devices from carry ons for screening
- Remove your shoes for screening
- You may be asked to allow swabbing of your hands at checkpoints or gates to test for traces of explosives.
- Transportation Security Administration (TSA).
Larger containers of liquids and gels must be packed in your checked luggage.
You may purchase beverages past security and carry them onto the plane. Water bottle refill stations are also located past security.
A note about hoverboards: Airlines do not allow hoverboards as either carry-on or checked baggage. Please check with your airline before traveling as to whether or not they have special baggage restrictions.