Prohibited and regulated goods
Certain items and objects, referred to as "dangerous goods," present a risk to the health and security of you and other passengers.
Discover the complete rules for transporting these goods and review the list of prohibited items.
- in small quantities (100 ml / 3.4 fl. oz. max. per product),
- placed in a clear, sealed plastic bag (i.e. freezer bag) up to 1 liter / 34 fl. oz. in size. The bag must be sealed and all items must fit easily inside. A single plastic bag is permitted per passenger.
- Medical substances necessary for your health – please note: airport security agents may ask you to verify the nature of the substance (possibly by tasting)
- Specific nutritional substances needed for travel (for lactose intolerance, gluten allergies, etc.)
- Medicines prescribed by a doctor, accompanied by official proof of their necessity (prescription, medical certificate in your name, etc.)
- Baby food
- Connecting flight in a country within the European Union*
On board your connecting flight departing from the European Union, you may transport duty-free liquids purchased at your departure airport or on board, as long as they remain in a sealed plastic bag. You must keep the receipt and make sure it is clearly displayed in the sealed bag. The receipt must list the airport or airline company through which your purchase was made.
- Connecting flight in a country outside the European Union*
You must check the current regulations concerning the transport of liquids in the cabin that are applicable to the country in which you have a connecting flight. If permitted by local regulations, Air France may accept in the cabin duty-free liquids purchased during your connection, as long as they remain in a sealed plastic bag. You must keep the receipt and make sure it is clearly displayed in the sealed bag. The receipt must list the airport or airline company through which your purchase was made.
* Including Iceland, Norway and Switzerland.