Regulation on Fluids, Aerosols and Gels (lag)
As of December 1st new regulation will restrict the quantity of Fluids, Aerosol Sprays and Gels (LAG) permitted past the airport security check point.
General Authority of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and the Ministry of Communication and Transportation (SCT) have issued a new regulation, LAG, which states the following:
Fluids, Aerosol Sprays and Gels will only be allowed in carry-on luggage if they are for cosmetic use or personal care and are all placed in individual containers. Each container should be less than 100ml (less than 3oz), placed in a resealable plastic bag and should not be larger than 1 liter (33 oz).
- The following articles are unrestricted in carry-on luggage: Medication in sufficient quantity for the duration of a passenger’s trip, milk or other baby food (for those traveling with a baby or toddler on board), special diet products, oxygen cylinders for medical purposes only (with compulsory medical prescription).
- A passenger may carry up to 5 liters of alcoholic beverages in their carry-on luggage (so long as the beverages are purchased at airport stores located within the waiting areas once passing through the airport security check point). All other alcoholic beverages, including those purchased outside of the airport should be packed in checked luggage.
Due to security reasons additional items may be restricted and not permitted on board, to learn more about these items please click on the following link: CLICK HERE.