INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL LUGGAGE RESTRICTIONS: A GUIDE FOR CARRY-ON LUGGAGE
It means a lot to keep yourself apprised of international travel luggage restrictions when you are bound for a business or holiday trip abroad. Knowing what is and what is not allowed in your carry-on luggage would be very helpful. Here is a guide to international carry-on luggage restrictions that are observed in most countries.
Restrictions on carry-on luggage for international flights can be a challenging subject. The restrictions are based on which international destination you are bound for. Generally, carry-on luggage must not exceed 21 linear inches. There can be exceptions with some airlines but it does not hurt to keep the 21 linear inches rule in mind.
Luggage Restrictions – Packing Liquids in your Carry-on Luggage
It might be helpful to purchase toiletries and other travel liquids in your destination. However, if you cannot resist bringing some of your favourites with you, it is best to keep the 3-1-1 Liquids Rule in mind. This means that any gel, paste, aerosol and other liquid must be in a container that does not exceed 3.4 ounces (100mL). You then need to place these inside a clear re-sealable bag that is no bigger than 1 quart (about 1 litre).
Luggage Restrictions – Carrying Food with You
For a long
flight ahead, you can choose to have meals from the airline or you can also
bring some nourishment with you. Generally, fruits, dried meat, canned food and
vegetables are generally restricted. Baked goodies, cured cheeses and
chocolates are generally allowed but might need to be examined.
Food is just one item that is covered by complex regulations when flying internationally. Batteries, medicines and sharp objects are also covered by complex international carry-on regulations. How about wine? The liquids rule apply to wine, so it’s best to have the precious bottles checked in, safely placed inside a wine suitcase. There are several other guidelines covering what you can bring on the plane with you and which are best to be checked in. Therefore, it is best that you go through the airline checklist for items that are allowed in carry-on luggage on international flights, and what items are restricted.
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