United Kingdom Luggage

As more and more airports adopt more stringent rules on carrying liquids, Agoda.com, a website specializing in Asia, decided it was time to look at the details of security for hand luggage. Carrying liquids abroad has now become a complicated and confusing, especially considering that there have been discrepancies in the regulations at airports. But today most countries prefer to be too cautious and apply global safety regulations. The ban on taking on board the aircraft certain liquids began in 2006 after a major plot to detonate liquid explosives frustrated aboard a transatlantic flight in the United Kingdom. Immediately after the incident were imposed strict rules on the transport of liquids and sprays on board the aircraft. Most of these rules still in force today and most of the airports has adopted protocols (TSA in its acronym in English).

Under that legislation, the basic restrictions are: the cabin is forbidden to carry any liquid over 100 ml container with the exception of liquid baby food (including milk) and prescription drugs. The most common prohibited items are things as common as water, cookers, hair gel, lotion, perfume, toothpaste, lotion and other liquid. Only be carrying liquids in containers in the passenger up to 100 ml and must be bagged in clear plastic with opening and closing system with a capacity not exceeding one liter. Most major airports in Asia has introduced this year safety rules on liquids in the United States, including, the new airport in the world. Many passengers from Southeast Asia – particularly in Bangkok – the recent introduction of these rules have been caught by surprise. Therefore, to prevent passengers lost prized possessions, Agoda.com has devised a series of tips to prepare for takeoff: Before packing, make a list highlighting the objects that can not be carried in hand luggage (check helpful hints on appearing in luggage the website or the brochure easy to read you will find in the TSA website). Meter all hygiene products in baggage check instead of hand luggage.

When buying products on the duty-free, ask the store personnel how products have been sealed and which rules are applied after opening. If products are “must have” in hand luggage, make sure that does not exceed 100 ml each and that are engaged in a ziplock bag. Comes in handy to buy travel hygiene products to save the hassle of bringing products separately.