Liquids in hand baggage
Place packaging containing liquid into a transparent one litre resealable plastic bag. Each package can contain a maximum of 100 millilitres, and you may take with you as many packages as can fit in the plastic bag. You must be able to close the bag.
Take the plastic bag out of your hand baggage to show at security control.
Medicines, baby food and special dietary food
Liquid medicines, babý food and special dietary food that you need during the journey must also be shown at the security control, but they do not need to be placed into resealable plastic bags.
These rules do not apply to liquids packed into checked baggage. Be sure to pack your liquids well. Any bottle that may break in the baggage and cause damage is not compensated for.
Regulations for duty free shopping and liquids
You may purchase duty free and other products from shops which are located after airport security, and take them on board the aircraft, even if the bottle or can contains more than one decilitre of liquid.
Consider that regulations for liquids in hand baggage when travelling back to Sweden and other EU countries may differ. Find out what applies to your journey.
Travel within Sweden without connecting flight
You can purchase liquids in the shops after airport security, and take it with you in your hand baggage when travelling.
Travel from an airport in Sweden with connecting flight in an EU country
You can purchase liquids in the shops after airport security, and take it with you in your hand baggage when travelling. Ensure that the shop seals the bag so that it is certain no additional containers have been able to be added to the bag after purchase. You must also be able to show a receipt for your purchased goods, and the purhase must have taken place within the last 24 hours.
Travel from an airport in Sweden with connecting flight in the U.S.
You are not permitted to take liquids which you have purchased at the duty free in Sweden in your hand baggage through the security control when you continue travelling in the United States.
Travel from an airport in Sweden to the U.S., with connecting flight in another EU country.
It should not be a problem to purchase duty free goods, during connecting flights in an EU country, to take with you on your journey to the U.S., if you do not have a connecting flight in the U.S. Check with your airline to be sure that tougher regulations are not applied in that EU country where you have a connecting flight.
Travel from an airport in Sweden with connecting flight in the U.S., or other country outside of the EU
Countries outside of the EU may have their own limitations for hand baggage. Contact your airline to find out what applies.