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Flying with your vape

More information on travelling with your vape device.

Key information when travelling with your vape

Travelling with vapes/e-cigarettes, e-liquid and vape accessories is now very common for most people, but there are a few rules and guidelines you should be aware of before jumping on the plane.

Flying with your vape device

ALWAYS make sure to turn your device off before boarding.Unscrew the tank from the device if possible.If you have a device that uses external batteries, ensure to remove the batteries from the device and place them in a battery case.It’s a good idea

Flying with your e-liquid

Check all bottles for leaks.Make sure the size of each bottle doesn’t exceed allowable liquid amounts (typically 100ml maximum).Juice should be able to be stored in either carry-on or checked luggage it’s always best to check with Airport staff.Store

Flying with vape batteries

Always remove batteries from your device if it is possible to do so.Always store batteries securely in a good quality insulating battery case.Always store batteries on carry-on luggage.

Flying with your pod vapes

Remove the pod from your device and keep it sealed (if possible) while you fly. The air-pressure from the cabin may cause your pod to leak, so before you insert it again, wrap the bottom of the pod with some paper towels and blow through it for appro