LAGs (Liquids, Aerosols, and Gels) include: pastes, lotions, liquid-solid mixtures, pressurised containers such as deodorants, toothpastes, hair gels, drinks, syrups, edible or cosmetic creams, perfumes, shaving foams, and any other item of a similar consistency.
 ITEMS ALLOWED  on the carry-on luggage


Liquids of 100 mls or less contained within a small, transparent, re-sealable plastic bag that must not exceed one litre capacity. Size: 18×20 cm or 20×20 cm. The bag will have to be removed from the hand luggage to be X-Rayed separately. During security screenings SOGAER staff provides free plastic bags to passengers who need them.


Medicine and dietary requirements, such as baby food (up to 10 years old), for use during the flight. Medicines do not have to fit in the security bag, but they must be handed over for screening, if requested by the security personnel.

Liquids bought in duty-free shops ealed in a security bag. Liquids and receipts must be kept into the sealed bag given at the moment of purchase.
Security officers may need to open the bag for screening. If passengers have a connecting flight, the officer must be informed in advance so that the liquids can be re-sealed in a new security bag.


in the carry-on luggage must be put in the checked luggage.


In 2006 the European Union approved restrictions on liquids in passengers’ cabin luggage, as a consequence of the terrorist plot to detonate liquid explosives .(Commission Regulation EC N. 1546/2006).

For more information we suggest to consult the website ENAC

Last Updated on 30 July 2019 by sew