Airport Security – what can and can’t you take through airport security

Travel Easier provides plenty of advice on what you can and can’t take through airport security.

This includes some of the more complicated airport security rules in details (the liquids rule for example). We show what you are allowed to take in your carry on and what you are not permitted. We also show what you can bring in your checked bags.

If you want a smooth passage through security when you fly then you will find lots of tips and tricks to speed your passage. Follow these tips to avoid any embarrassing situations and also may prevent you having things confiscated by security agents.

Candy on a plane

Can You Take Candy on a Plane?

One of the most popular thing passengers wanting something to snack on is taking candy on a plane, particularly if they are traveling with children. They are a perfect snack and carrying them is hassle-free in most situations. If you are planning to travel on a plane and cannot help taking bucket loads of candies […]

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can you take a skateboard on a plane

Can You Take a Skateboard on a Plane?

Skateboarding has certainly stood the test of time and seems to be as popular now as it was when it first invented and is now an Olympic sport. It is no surprise that skateboard enthusiasts might want to take their skateboard on a plane with them when they go on a trip. Yes, according to […]

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Can you take fish on a plane

Can You Take Fish on a Plane?

Although this article is primarily aimed at people who want to take live fish on a plane it will also cover taking dead fish on a plane too. It would seem unlikely that people may want to take their pet goldfish on vacation with them but I guess some may. TSA regulations allow live fish […]

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Can You Take Cologne on a Plane?

Can You Take Cologne on a Plane?

Flying in a cramped aircraft cabin, particularly on along haul flight, doesn’t exactly make you feel at your best. So being able to give yourself a spray of your favorite cologne during the flight can go a long way to making you feel a little more human. But can you take cologne on a plane […]

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Can You Take Crochet Hooks on a Plane

Can You Take Crochet Hooks on a Plane?

Can you take your crochet hooks and projects on a plane in your carry on to pass the time on a long flight ….

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Can You Take Lotion on a Plane

Can You Take Lotion on a Plane?

Flying, particularly on a long haul flight, can be very dehydrating, not only internally, but also for your skin and your eyes. So being able to use some of your favorite hand, face or eye lotion during the flight can go a long way to making you feel a little more human. But can you […]

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Can You Take Perfume on a Plane

Can You Take Perfume on a Plane?

Long strenuous rides can make you sweaty, uncomfortable and will make you long for a refreshing option during travel time. One of the safest options is to carry your favorite fragrance along with you to keep you perked up during the long flight hours. You can bring perfume on a plane in your carry on […]

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Can you take plants on a plane

Can You Take Plants on a Plane? Seeds, Cuttings & Succulents

It can be quite tempting to bring back a plant, some seeds or a cutting from a plant you fall in love with while away on vacation to grow in your own garden. But are you allowed to take plants on a plane? TSA rules allow passengers to bring plants on a plane in either […]

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Can You Take Pepper Spray on a Plane

Can You Take Pepper Spray on a Plane? Don’t Get Yours Seized

Many people in the US, particularly women, feel safer if they can take a self defense spray with them to use should they be attacked. But if you are traveling by air, particularly overseas, can you take your pepper spray on a plane with you? The TSA and the FAA do not permit pepper spray […]

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Can You Take Knitting Needles on a Plane

Can You Take Knitting Needles on a Plane?

Can you take your knitting needles on a plane in your carry on bag to use during the flight and are there any restrictions on sizes and types of knitting needles you can take?

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