7 items banned from hand luggage when travelling abroad

Holidaymakers planning to save time at the airport by forgoing their suitcases have been warned they could easily fall foul of flight restrictions.

Wednesday, 26th June 2019, 11:57 am
Here'sthe list to help keep your flying experience as stress-free as possible:

Travel experts at MyBaggage.com warn that although taking on only hand luggage may reduce flight prices, not fully reading the restrictions issued by airlines could cause a lot of upset upon arrival at security. Here's the list from MyBaggage.com to help keep your flying experience as stress-free as possible:

If changing your hair colour was at the top of your holiday list, think again. The chemical Peroxide found within the dye is banned from airplanes.
Due to the consistency of the spread, no more than 100ml can be carried in hand luggage. Jams and honey are also restricted.

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If you're planning on having a bottle of wine once you reach your destination, it would be best to keep to screw caps, or buy a corkscrew once you arrive.
It might be frozen when you place it into your bag but once de-frosted you could be in breach of the 100ml of liquid limit on flights.
Items such as baby food and sterilised water are not allowed in hand luggage. But you're able to take enough for the journey if youre travelling with a baby.
If you cannot turn on your devices when requested by security personnel, they can take it from you.
If your idea of a perfect holiday is to spend the time hiking, your poles need to be stored in the hold or bought/rented once the plane has landed.