Travel Sized Toiletries Have to Meet FAA and TSA Guidelines When Carried Onto an Airplane

Posted by Cheap Travel Sizes on August 01, 2013.

Any time you fly and want to carry a bag onto the airplane, you have to make sure your bag not only meets the airline requirements, but also satisfies the guidelines established by the TSA and FAA. These guidelines require that liquids, aerosols and gels are not permitted in your carry-on luggage unless they are a specific size and placed inside a clear plastic bag. You also have to remove these items from your bag when you are passing through security checkpoints and place them in their own separate tray. The current rules for travel-sized toiletries that are liquids, aerosols or gels is they must be 3.4 ounces or less, and all must be placed inside a one-quart, zipping, clear plastic bag, with a limit of one bag per passenger.

You need to check the volume listed on the exterior of the packaging in order to guarantee that you have the right size travel sized toiletries. Any items which are over the 3.4 ounce size limit are not allowed onto the airplane. These items have to be placed into checked luggage, or they are taken away from you at the security checkpoint and thrown away. One way you can make sure you always have the right size toiletries is to obtain them directly through our online store. All of our products meet the current TSA and FAA carry-on guidelines and regulations for liquids, aerosols and gels. In addition to these products, we also carry a variety of other travel-sized products to use any time you travel.