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Travel is back in a big way, but it's also become clear that some of us are not sure whether we can carry our favourite Vape or E-Cigarette with us.
Let us help you-
All batteries must be packed in your carry-on luggage. This includes lithium-ion batteries, non-spill batteries like dry cell batteries, and nickel, alkaline, or nickel-cadmium batteries.
E-cigarettes and personal vaping devices also must be tucked into your carry-on baggage.
Please empty your vape or pod tank before getting on the plane.
The air pressure change in the cabin will force the E-Liquid out of your tank or Pod.
If in doubt about whether an item can be carried onboard, check with your airline before arriving at the airport.
When flying within Australia on a domestic flight, there are no restrictions on how many E -liquids you can carry onboard, according to the Australian Border Force.
All E Liquids must be in containers of 100 millilitres or 100 grams or less.
Containers must fit into one transparent and re-sealable plastic bag, like a snap-lock bag.
The four sides of the bag's sealed area must add up to no more than 80 centimetres (e.g. 20 x 20cm or 15 x25cm). There is a limit of one bag per passenger.
It's not based on the actual quantity of liquid; it's based on the container size.
So if you have a 120ml size Bottle of E-liquid in it, that's going to be taken off you.