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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Contact lens solution: These items are considered to be essential non-prescription medications. You are allowed to carry volumes greater than 100 ml (3.4 oz.) in your carry-on baggage. These liquids must be declared to the Screening Officer separately. See our information on liquids for more details.
The distilled water used by this device is exempted from the liquid restrictions. In order to have a CPAP device screened, passengers may choose to either: 1) bring a clear plastic bag to place the respiratory device into for screening or 2) leave the attachments (tubes and mask) inside the case and place the main electronic unit only in a bin.
Documentation to support your medical needs or condition is not required; however, if you feel that it would help ease your screening, it should be presented to the screening officer along with your medically necessary items.
Contraband (intoxicants and illegal items of any nature): 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.
Cookies: Not subject to volume restrictions.
Cooking 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).
Corkscrews (with attached knife): A corkscrew with a blade 6 cm or less is permitted when flying within Canada or to an international (non-U.S.) destination. Knives of any type or length are not permitted in your carry-on on flights to the U.S.
Corkscrews (without attached knife): Permitted in both carry-on and checked baggage.
Cough syrup: These items are considered to be essential non-prescription medications. You are allowed to carry volumes greater than 100 ml (3.4 oz.) in your carry-on baggage. These liquids must be declared to the Screening Officer separately. See our information on liquids for more details.
Crackers: Not subject to volume restrictions.
Cream: 100 ml (3.4 oz.) or smaller container permitted in carry-on. Some creams may be considered an essential non-prescription medication and will be exempt from the liquid restrictions (e.g. Neosporin, rash creams and other first-aid creams).