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Carrying liquids on board the aircraft

In order to ensure aviation safety when flying on domestic and international lines of the airline, liquids, aerosols and gels related to non-hazardous (list below) and carried in things in front of the passenger (according to the rules of transportation liquids in the aircraft), must be in containers with a capacity of no more than 100 ml (or in equivalent capacity in other units of volume measurement).

Containers with liquids, aerosols and gels should be packed in a securely closed transparent plastic bag with a volume of no more than 1 litre - one bag per passenger.

Liquids in containers with a capacity of more than 100 ml are not accepted on board the aircraft even if the capacity is only partially filled.

One passenger has the right to carry only one package.
Medicines and baby food that may be needed during the flight are not subject to plastic bag packaging requirements, but they must also be presented at the security desk.
Liquid rules apply exclusively to carry-on baggage.
Fluids can still be carried in checked baggage

Departure point Destination It is allowed to take on board the sun liquid

Russia
European Community Countries

Any country

In packages with a capacity of no more than 100 ml (1 deciliter) in one plastic bag with a volume of 1 litre

Switzerland
Norway
Iceland

Any country

In packages with a capacity of no more than 100 ml (1 deciliter) in one plastic bag with a volume of 1 litre

Any country

United States

In packages with a capacity of no more than 90 ml (3 ounces liquid) in one plastic bag of 1 litre

United States

Any country

In packages with a capacity of no more than 90 ml (3 ounces liquid) in one plastic bag of 1 litre

Canada

Any country

In packages with a capacity of no more than 90 ml (3 ounces liquid) in one plastic bag of 1 litre