What are EasyJet’s Rules and Regulations for Liquids in Hold Luggage?

Can I take liquids in my EasyJet hold luggage?

Yes, you can take liquids in your EasyJet hold luggage. However, there are some restrictions applied to the quantity and type of liquid.

What are the restrictions for carrying liquids in EasyJet hold luggage?

EasyJet, like many other airlines, follow guidelines laid by the European Union, which states you can carry containers of liquid up to 100ml each. These containers should be carried in a clear, re-sealable plastic bag with a maximum capacity of 1 litre.

Are there any exceptions to this rule?

Yes, there are exceptions for carrying liquids over 100ml, such as essential medicines and baby milk/foods. For medicines, you’ll need to present a doctor’s notice confirming their necessity.

Can I carry alcoholic liquids in my EasyJet hold luggage?

Yes, you can carry alcoholic beverages in your hold luggage. However, strong spirits and beverages with an alcohol content over 70% volume are prohibited.

What if I have duty free liquids?

Any liquids purchased from duty free shops in the airport will be sealed into a tamper proof bag with your proof of purchase inside. EasyJet will allow this in addition to your cabin bag.

Can I carry toiletries in my hold luggage on an EasyJet flight?

Yes, toiletries can be carried in hold luggage, provided they are under 100ml each and fit into a single, transparent, re-sealable plastic bag.

What about liquids in aerosol cans?

EasyJet allows liquids in aerosol cans in both hold and cabin luggage, but they should also conform to the 100ml per item limit.

Can I carry perfumes or eau de toilette in my hold luggage?

Yes, you can carry perfumes and eau de toilette in your hold luggage as long as they adhere to the 100ml limit.

How about baby food and milk?

EasyJet allows a reasonable amount of baby milk and food in your luggage. It can exceed the normal 100ml limit.

Are there rules for carrying souvenirs in liquid form?

Yes, if your souvenir is a liquid (like a snow globe), it has to conform to the 100ml limit unless stowed in hold luggage.

What if I am carrying beverages for a long flight?

Any non-alcoholic beverages must adhere to the 100ml rule when in your cabin bag but there are no specific restrictions for beverages in hold luggage.

How can I carry my liquid make-up?

The same regulations apply to liquid make-up. Each item should not exceed 100ml and it should fit into a 1 litre clear, re-sealable plastic bag.

Can I take bottles of water in my hold luggage?

Yes, you can carry bottles of water in your hold luggage. For cabin luggage, it must follow the 100ml rule.

What are the restrictions on medicinal liquids?

If carrying medicinal liquids over 100ml, passengers are required to present supporting documentation from a relevant medical professional.

Can I carry shower gel or shampoo?

Shower gels and shampoos can be carried in hold luggage without any volume restrictions. For cabin luggage, they must follow the 100ml rule.

What about liquid baby formula?

EasyJet allows a reasonable amount of liquid baby formula in your luggage. It can be over the usual 100ml limit.

Can I carry hair spray or deodorants in my hold luggage?

Yes, hair sprays and deodorants in aerosol cans can be carried in your hold luggage with no volume restriction.

What about toothpaste?

Toothpaste is classed as a liquid by EasyJet and hence hold the same rule. It must be kept under 100ml per tube.

What can happen if I don’t follow these rules?

If you don’t adhere to these rules, your luggage may be screened and items may be removed at the security check area and they will not be returned.

Where to contact if I have more questions?

If you have more queries, you can contact EasyJet through their customer service number or check their official website.

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