I would compare the oz measurements given with the US air policies- I flew with Spirit, and I just went onto their website, and found what liquid measurements were allowed.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
The adherence to this seems to vary by airport but you are limited to the 100ml containers you can fit in a quart sized ziploc bag.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
If you are checking your bag, then there is no problem with any of the containers or the carrier. You can take everything. If you want to carry it on, you may have more problems. First, the large jar is over 3oz, so you definitely cannot take it with your carry-on luggage. Also, the case may not fit the specifics of having your gels and liquids in a quart-sized bag. If I were carrying-on, I would use all the containers except the large jar, and I would put them in a quart-sized bag just to make sure I wouldn't have any problems going through security.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
Possibly - does not met the standard but I had no problem with it traveling in the USA.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
I believe so, for checking. For carry-on, you might want to avoid the larger jar but for checking a bag you should be OK. Double-check the ounce limitations with the airline.
answered 4 years ago
(North Potomac, MD)