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Liquor bottles you can carry on flights

Before you stack your suitcase with bottles of whiskey, wine or one-of-a-kind forms of hard liquor, there are some regulations you need to be clued in with

Here are some dos and don’ts of travelling with alcohol on domestic and international flights

Domestic flights

According to the TSA, you can only carry liquids–including alcohol, not exceeding one litre in a clear bag as long as it is purchased from the airport security hold area

Remember that partially consumed and opened bottles are not allowed to carry with you

In checked luggage, you can carry five litres of liquor per passenger, based on the percentage of alcohol

The alcohol content in the beverage should not exceed 70 per cent

There is no limit on how much alcohol you can pack in your checked-in bag if the ABV is less than 24%, provided your total baggage weight is within the limit

The amount of alcoholic beverages you can carry on international flights is similar to that of domestic flights

International flights

However, every country has
their own rules and regulations when it comes to it

Duty-free shopping can be tricky as you can carry the alcohol in your carry-on luggage, but it doesn’t guarantee that it can travel the entire way home

If you have a connecting flight, you must pass through a TSA security checkpoint

Ensure the bottles are purchased within the last 48 hours and are unopened with their retail packaging intact. Save your original receipt

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