The EU and ENAC (Italian Civil Aviation Authority) have adopted safety measures which restrict the quantity of liquids substances passengers can carry in their hand baggage through airport security checks.
Liquids allowed in carry-on baggage
Passengers are allowed to carry a small quantity of liquids in their carry-on baggage. These liquids must be kept in individual containers not exceeding 100 ml or any equivalent quantity (e.g.: 100 g.). The containers must be carried in a separate clear plastic re-sealable bag not exceeding l. 1 in capacity or 18 cm x 20 cm in dimensions. Only one transparent plastic bag will be allowed per passenger.
Passengers are allowed to carry medicines and specific dietary substances including baby food in their carry-on baggage. Please, remember you may be requested to provide proof that these items are needed. You can purchase duty-free liquids at the airport after security or on board your flight if you fly with any of the EU airlines.
For other journeys and destinations, you will be able to get all necessary packaging details at place of purchase.
Substances which are considered liquids
Who do the above provisions apply to?
The above provisions apply to passengers leaving from and arriving at all EU airports.
For further information visit ENAC website.