Can you bring a flask in a plane?
Liquids on Planes: Are Flasks Allowed on Airplanes? No liquids are allowed in bottles larger than 3.5 oz. They will probably take the flask away from you at the Security Checkpoint, or else make you pour out the contents. It is not really worth the risk.
Sharp Objects. You never are permitted to carry on sharp objects such as box cutters, ice picks, knives, meat cleavers or utility knives, but you can pack each of these objects into your checked luggage. You can bring metal, pointed-tip scissors inside your carry-on luggage as long as the blade is shorter than 4 inches
- Q. May I bring tweezers, razors or scissors on the plane? A. Tweezers are permitted, as are disposable razors and their cartridges. Straight razors are only permitted in checked baggage. Scissors are permitted as long as the blades do not exceed four inches.
- Liquids and Gels. You may only carry on liquids and gels that are in 3.4-ounce containers or smaller. Liquids include toiletries such as shampoo, after-shave, hand or body lotion, mouthwash and liquid makeup. Toiletries often found in gel form include toothpaste, deodorant and lip balm or lipstick.
- Passengers can feel free to pack clothing, books, magazines and small personal electronics (including laptops) on board an airplane. Taking accessories, jewelry and shoes on the plane is permitted; however, passengers should beware of metal detectors at the airport when packing.
Updated: 28th November 2019