In light of the evolving coronavirus situation, CATSA’s priority remains the well-being of its screening officers and those working in and travelling through Canadian airports. In response, we have made some changes at the checkpoint.
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Fishing hooks that measure more than 6cm should always be packed in your checked baggage.
Fishing rods or poles without hooks (or with hooks measuring less than 6cm) can be carried in your carry-on, whereas fishing poles with hooks larger than 6cm should always be packed in your checked baggage.
Flammable aerosols (e.g., Static Guard, aerosol laundry starch): May be permitted in checked baggage if approved by air carrier.
Flammable liquids: This item is not permitted in carry-on baggage and it is not permitted in checked baggage.
Flint striker or metal fire starter: This item is permitted in both carry-on and checked baggage.
Foot powder: Certain powders and granular materials in your carry-on are limited to a total quantity of 350 ml or less (roughly the size of a soda can). There are no exemptions for medical reasons.
We recommend keeping fragile or expensive items with you in your carry-on baggage. Fragile items such as dishes, figurines, glassware, prescription eyewear and sunglasses should be properly packed inside of your carry-on bag so that you can ensure the item does not get broken.
Frozen food, such as vegetables, are permitted.
Frozen liquids, such as ice, are permitted in quantities of 100 mL (3.4 oz) or less.
Fruits: Not subject to volume restrictions.