PAL Airlines
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What Can Fly?

What can you take on a flight?

There are certain things that you can and cannot take on a PAL Airlines flight. Here are the rules to help you figure out what’s allowed and what you should leave at home.

    Things you CAN take on PAL Airlines in your carry-on baggage

    • Liquids, gels, or aerosols in containers 100 ml / 90 g (3.4 oz) or less.
      • Containers MUST be contained in a clear, closed, and reusable plastic bag, at a size of one litre (one quart) or smaller.
      • Only one plastic bag is allowed per passenger.

    Things you CANNOT take on PAL Airlines in your carry-on baggage

    • Liquids, gels, or aerosols in containers larger than 100 ml / 90 g (3.4 oz).
    • Containers of any size, if they are in unsealed, open, or opaque plastic bags of any size.

    The following items are exempt from the previous PAL Airlines restrictions, meaning a plastic bag is not required, but they must be declared to security screeners and may require additional screening.

    • Baby formula, baby food, and milk (for passengers travelling with children two years of age and under).
    • Prescription and essential non-prescription medicines. We suggest carrying all medications on you or in your carry-on baggage.

    Checked baggage containing items that are prohibited onboard planes may be opened by authorized security screeners for further inspection.

    For more information, please visit www.tc.gc.ca or www.catsa-acsta.gc.ca