Be prepared for screening. Please ensure that all liquids, gels and aerosols in your carry-on baggage are in containers of 100ml or less and placed in a clear, 1L resealable bag. Click here for more information about carry-on baggage requirements.
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Cigars and cigarettes: Permitted in both carry-on and checked baggage.
Cigar cutters without removable blades: If the blade is removable, the cutter is only allowed in checked baggage.
Coffee and tea in liquid form is subject to volume restrictions for carry-on baggage (100 ml / 3.4 oz. or smaller container permitted in carry-on).
Cologne: 100 ml (3.4 oz.) or smaller container permitted in carry-on.
Comb knives: Please note that this is an illegal item under the Criminal Code of Canada; if it is presented at a pre-board screening checkpoint, protocol requires us to notify the police. This could lead to charges and prosecution to the item’s holder.
Certain exemptions apply for carry-on baggage, such as compressed gas cylinders for medical use or as part of a self-inflating life jacket. Your air carrier may agree to transport compressed gases for non-medical use (e.g. paintball cylinders/guns, scuba tanks, self-inflating life jacket), in checked baggage only, provided certain conditions are met.
Computer parts include desktops, towers, and hard drives. Please note that liquid coolers are subject to the 100ml restriction. In order to be screened, these items must be removed from carrying cases and bags and placed in a bin. Check with your airline for size restrictions.
Please note that these are illegal items under the Criminal Code of Canada; if they are presented at a pre-board screening checkpoint, protocol requires us to notify the police. This could lead to charges and prosecution to the item’s holder.
Condiments - canned or jarred: 100 ml (3.4 oz.) or smaller container permitted in carry-on.
Conditioners: 100 ml (3.4 oz.) or smaller container permitted in carry-on.