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Restricted Transport Items

Prohibited Items for Air Transport

All lithium battery operated riding vehicles,
Lithium battery exceeding 160Wh

Airwheels, Solowheels, Hoverboards, Mini Segways, electric bicycles (electric scooters),
electric kickboards, etc. (Electric wheelchairs for
the handicapped or elderly are exempt.)

Explosive, flammable, and toxic substances

Grenades, dynamites, fireworks, bleaching agents, mercury, oxidizing agents, poisonous substances, alcoholic beverages with 70% alcohol content or higher, fire extinguishers, tear gas, etc.

Containers with flammable, high-pressure gas

Butane gas, personal oxygen tanks, etc.
* For personal oxygen tanks,
please use the oxygen tank provided
by the company by making a reservation in advance.

Restricted Items

Items for Transport with Restrictions


Checked Baggage (May not be carried into cabin) Carry-on Baggage (May not be checked)
  • Swords, knives, and other sword items
  • Baseball bats, golf clubs, dumbbells, and other sporting goods
  • Pistols, rifles, taser guns, bullets, and other guns
    • Airline approval required
  • Hammers, nails, drills, and other tools
  • Self-defense gadgets such as nunchaku, combat weapons, handcuffs,
    etc.
  • Liquids exceeding 100 ml (for international routes)
  • Lighter (1), match (1)
    • Prohibited on flights departing from China
  • Spare lithium battery with less than 160Wh and extra batteries (for portable electronic devices)
  • Electronic cigarettes
  • Medication that must be taken in the cabin or at the travel destination
  • Fragile objects for damage or decomposition, currency, securities,
    jewelry, costly items, valuables, etc.

Rules for Carrying Lithium Battery

Lithium batteries that are categorized as dangerous goods in accordance with technical standards for the transport of dangerous aviation goods are prohibited in both carry-on baggage and checked baggage. However, small lithium batteries may be transported when they are acknowledged as needed for customers’ personal usage during their trip in accordance with the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulation.

Table for Lithium Battery Transport Regulations

Capacity Carry-on Baggage Checked Baggage
Installed Spare (extra) battery Installed Spare (extra) battery
100 Wh or less, 2 g of lithium content or less Up to 5 Up to 5 Up to 5 Prohibited
Exceeding 100 Wh up to 160 Wh,
8 g of lithium content or less
(Requires airline approval)
1, including carry-onand checked Up to 2 1, including carry-onand checked Prohibited
Exceeding 160 Wh Prohibited

*How to obtain the battery capacity: Capacity (Wh) = Voltage (V) x Current (Ah), 1Ah= 1,000 mAh

  • Spare lithium batteries and extra batteries for charging are restricted in checked baggage. Please carry these on to the cabin.
  • The relevant country's regulations take precedence. Flights departing from the Republic of China, such as Guangzhou and Beijing, strictly limit lithium batteries in checked baggage (including spare batteries and those that are installed in equipment).
  • All riding devices that run on lithium batteries (except for electric wheelchairs for passengers with disabilities and senior citizens) are prohibited both as carry-on baggage and checked baggage regardless of battery capacity.

    *Applicable Items: Airwheels, Solowheels, Hoverboards, Mini Segways, electric bicycles (motor scooters), electric kickboards, electric skateboards, etc.

  • Additional regulations will apply for portable electronic medical devices, such as POCs or CPAPs, designed for in-room usage.
  • For flights departing from Japan, lithium-battery operated, non-disassembled curling irons are restricted from being carried on board or checked in.

Rules for Carrying Smart Luggage

If the lithium battery in a smart luggage bag cannot be removed, it can only be brought into the cabin as a carry-on, and cannot be checked.

Smart Luggage (Carrier) Transport Table

Removable lithium batteries Details
Removable
  • Batteries must be removed and brought into the cabin
  • Bags with batteries removed may be brought as carry-on baggage or checked baggage.
Non-removable (part of the luggage)
  • Bag may only be brought as carry-on baggage
  • Bags that exceed the cabin baggage regulations (size, weight) cannot be transported.

    *Turn off the bag's power and store it in the overhead bins.

Rules for Carrying Batteries of Electronic Wheelchairs and Scooters
(for passengers with disabilities, seniors, non-leisure purposes)

Table for Transporting Batteries for Electric Wheelchairs and Motor Scooters (For passengers with disabilities, senior citizens, and non-leisure purposes)

Type Battery Capacity Notes
Dry cell battery
Wet cell battery
No restrictions
  • Must check if the battery is removable
  • Check if the battery is dry or wet cell upon booking
  • For wet cell, indicate whether it may leak
    • Dry cell battery type: Ni-Mh, Ni-Cd, etc.
    • Non-leakable battery type: SLA, VRLA, AGM, etc.
Lithium Battery
  • Battery Capacity:
    • 300 Wh or less if operating on 1 battery
    • 160 Wh or less per battery if operating on 2 batteries
    • No restrictions for non-removable batteries
  • Spare battery allowance:
    • 1 operating on 300Wh, 2 operating 160Wh
  • Must check battery capacity and if battery is removable
    • Detached batteries should be carried on.

Carry-on Liquids

Up to 1 L total

Total exceeding 1 L prohibited

Individual container exceeding 100 ml prohibited

Carry-on Liquids

Table for Liquids in Cabin Baggage for Republic of Korea

Applicability
  • Passengers departing/transferring from all international routes
Restrictions
  • Liquids must be in containers of 100 ml or less and carried together in a transparent, resealable plastic bag of 1 L
    capacity.
  • Each passenger may only bring 1 resealable plastic bag.
  • For medication, infant foods (milk, infant food), or other liquids for diabetes patients or for other medical needs, an
    appropriate amount for the flight may be carried.
  • Each container in the checked baggage (for international flights) must be less than 500 ml (0.5 kg) and cumulative weight must be less than 2 kg (2 L) per person.
Rules for Liquid Duty-
Free Items Purchased at Airports
in Korea
  • Alcohol, perfume, and other liquid duty-free items purchased at airport duty-free shops can be carried only when sealed in a security tamper-evident bag.
  • For Korea departure flight transferring in another country, your sealed items may still be confiscated by the regulations of the country/region. Therefore, please check the regulations of the transit country/region.
Rules for Transit
Passengers Carrying
Liquid Duty-Free
Items Purchased at
the departing airport
  • Duty-free items purchased at an overseas airport may be carried if sealed in a security tamper-evident bag (a plastic
    bag that indicates when it has been opened).
Table for Liquids in Cabin Baggage for Taiwan

Applicability
  • Passengers departing/transferring from all international routes
Restrictions
  • Liquids must be in containers of 100 ml or less and carried together in a transparent, resealable plastic bag of 1 L
    capacity.
  • Each passenger may only bring 1 resealable plastic bag.
  • For medication, infant foods (milk, infant food), or other liquids for diabetes patients or for other medical needs, an
    appropriate amount for the flight may be carried.
Rules for Liquid Duty-
Free Items Purchased at Airports
in Taiwan
  • Alcohol, perfume, and other liquid duty-free items that were purchased at airport duty-free shops can only be brought
    inside the cabin if they are sealed in a security tamper-evident bag (plastic bag that indicates if the bag is opened).
Rules for Transit
Passengers Carrying
Liquid Duty-Free
Items Purchased at
the departing airport
  • Liquid duty-free items that were purchased from a duty-free shop at the airport in the departure city or
    inside the cabin cannot be brought in cabin baggage during a transfer in Taiwan. You may only take these items as
    checked baggage through the check-in counter.
Table for Liquids in Cabin Baggage for Germany

Applicability
  • Passengers departing/transferring from all international routes
Restrictions
  • Liquids must be in containers of 100 ml or less and carried together in a transparent, resealable plastic bag of 1 L
    capacity.
  • Each passenger may only bring 1 resealable plastic bag.
  • For medication, infant foods (milk, infant food), or other liquids for diabetes patients or for other medical needs, an
    appropriate amount for the flight may be carried.
Rules for Liquid Duty-
Free Items Purchased at Airports
in Germany
  • Alcohol, perfume, and other liquid duty-free items that were purchased at airport duty-free shops can only be brought
    inside the cabin if they are sealed in a security tamper-evident bag (plastic bag that indicates if the bag is opened)
    as shown in the picture.
Rules for Transit
Passengers Carrying
Liquid Duty-Free
Items Purchased at
the departing airport
  • Only liquid duty-free products that were purchased at airports from the Republic of Korea, EU nations, Norway,
    Switzerland, Iceland, Singapore, Malaysia or inside a fleet that is registered by an EU nation may be brought inside
    the cabin if the item is in a security tamper-evident bag (plastic bag that indicates if the bag was opened) sealed
    with the receipt.
  • Only liquid duty-free products that were purchased at a duty-free shop from the Republic of Korea or
    in the company's aircraft may be brought inside the cabin during a transfer if the item is still in a security tamper-
    evident bag (sealed bag that is given when an item is purchased from duty-free shops and leaves a mark when opened) of the proper dimensions sealed with the receipt.
Table for Liquids in Cabin Baggage for Russia

Applicability
  • Passengers departing/transferring from all international routes
Restrictions
  • Liquids must be in containers of 100 ml or less and carried together in a transparent, resealable plastic bag of 1 L
    capacity.
  • Each passenger may only bring 1 resealable plastic bag.
  • For medication, infant foods (milk, infant food), or other liquids for diabetes patients or for other medical needs, an
    appropriate amount for the flight may be carried.
Rules for Liquid Duty-
Free Items Purchased at Airports
in Russia
  • Duty-free items purchased after the security inspection may be brought inside the cabin without other restrictions.
Rules for Transit
Passengers Carrying
Liquid Duty-Free
Items Purchased at
the departing airport
  • Liquid duty-free items that were purchased from a duty-free shop at the airport in the departure city or
    inside the cabin cannot be brought in cabin baggage during a transfer in Russia.
    You may only bring duty-free items from duty-free shops at the transfer airport or in the cabin of the transfer flight.
Table for Liquids in Cabin Baggage for Malaysia

Applicability
  • Passengers departing/transferring from all international routes
Restrictions
  • Liquids must be in containers of 100 ml or less and carried together in a transparent, resealable plastic bag of 1 L
    capacity.
  • Each passenger may only bring 1 resealable plastic bag.
  • For medication, infant foods (milk, infant food), or other liquids for diabetes patients or for other medical needs, an
    appropriate amount for the flight may be carried.
Rules for Liquid Duty-
Free Items Purchased at Airports
in Malaysia /
Rules for Transit
Passengers Carrying
Liquid Duty-Free
Items Purchased at
the departing airport
  • Alcohol, perfume, and other liquid duty-free items that were purchased at airport duty-free shops can only be brought
    inside the cabin if they are sealed in a security tamper-evident bag (plastic bag that indicates if the bag is opened).
Table for Liquids in Cabin Baggage for the United States

Applicability
  • Passengers departing/transferring from all international routes
Restrictions
  • Liquids must be in containers of 100 ml or less and carried together in a transparent, resealable plastic bag of 1 L
    capacity.
  • Each passenger may only bring 1 resealable plastic bag.
  • For medication, infant foods (milk, infant food), or other liquids for diabetes patients or for other medical needs, an
    appropriate amount for the flight may be carried.
Rules for Liquid Duty-
Free Items Purchased at Airports
in the United States
  • Duty-free items purchased after the security inspection may be brought inside the cabin without other restrictions.
Rules for Transit
Passengers Carrying
Liquid Duty-Free
Items Purchased at
the departing airport
  • In case of transit at all airports in the United States, there can be restriction on liquid duty-free items that were purchased at the duty-free shop in the airport of departure or in the cabin of all U.S.-bound flights.
  • The Transportation Security Administration(TSA) recommends packing all liquids, gels, and aerosols that are over 3.4 oz or 100 ml in checked baggage, even if they are in a secure, tamper-evident bag(STEB).
  • Please find more details on the TSA website through the link as below. https://www.tsa.gov
Table for Liquids in Cabin Baggage for Vietnam

Applicability
  • Passengers departing/transferring from all international routes
Restrictions
  • Liquids must be in containers of 100 ml or less and carried together in a transparent, resealable plastic bag of 1 L
    capacity.
  • Each passenger may only bring 1 resealable plastic bag.
  • For medication, infant foods (milk, infant food), or other liquids for diabetes patients or for other medical needs, an
    appropriate amount for the flight may be carried.
Rules for Liquid Duty-
Free Items Purchased at Airports
in Vietnam /
Rules for Transit
Passengers Carrying
Liquid Duty-Free
Items Purchased at
the departing airport
  • Alcohol, perfume, and other liquid duty-free items that were purchased at airport duty-free shops can only be brought
    inside the cabin if they are sealed in a security tamper-evident bag (plastic bag that indicates if the bag is opened).
Table for Liquids in Cabin Baggage for Singapore

Applicability
  • Passengers departing/transferring from all international routes
Restrictions
  • Liquids must be in containers of 100 ml or less and carried together in a transparent, resealable plastic bag of 1 L
    capacity.
  • Each passenger may only bring 1 resealable plastic bag.
  • For medication, infant foods (milk, infant food), or other liquids for diabetes patients or for other medical needs, an
    appropriate amount for the flight may be carried.
Rules for Liquid Duty-
Free Items Purchased at Airports
in Singapore /
Rules for Transit
Passengers Carrying
Liquid Duty-Free
Items Purchased at
the departing airport
  • Alcohol, perfume, and other liquid duty-free items that were purchased at airport duty-free shops can only be brought
    inside the cabin if they are sealed in a security tamper-evident bag (plastic bag that indicates if the bag is opened).
Table for Liquids in Cabin Baggage for the United Kingdom

Applicability
  • Passengers departing/transferring from all international routes
Restrictions
  • Liquids must be in containers of 100 ml or less and carried together in a transparent, resealable plastic bag of 1 L
    capacity.
  • Each passenger may only bring 1 resealable plastic bag.
  • For medication, infant foods (milk, infant food), or other liquids for diabetes patients or for other medical needs, an
    appropriate amount for the flight may be carried.
Rules for Liquid Duty-
Free Items Purchased at Airports
in the United Kingdom
  • Duty-free items purchased after the security inspection may be brought inside the cabin without other restrictions.
Rules for Transit
Passengers Carrying
Liquid Duty-Free
Items Purchased at
the departing airport
  • Only liquid duty-free products that were purchased at airports from the Republic of Korea, EU nations, Norway,
    Switzerland, Iceland, Singapore, Malaysia or inside a fleet that is registered by an EU nation may be brought inside
    the cabin if the item is in a security tamper-evident bag (plastic bag that indicates if the bag was opened) sealed
    with the receipt.
  • Only liquid duty-free products that were purchased at a duty-free shop from the Republic of Korea or
    in the company's aircraft may be brought inside the cabin during a transfer if the item is still in a security tamper-
    evident bag (sealed bag that is given when an item is purchased from duty-free shops and leaves a mark when opened) of the proper dimensions sealed with the receipt.
Table for Liquids in Cabin Baggage for Uzbekistan

Applicability
  • Passengers departing/transferring from all international routes
Restrictions
  • Liquids must be in containers of 100 ml or less and carried together in a transparent, resealable plastic bag of 1 L
    capacity.
  • Each passenger may only bring 1 resealable plastic bag.
  • For medication, infant foods (milk, infant food), or other liquids for diabetes patients or for other medical needs, an
    appropriate amount for the flight may be carried.
Rules for Liquid Duty-
Free Items Purchased at Airports
in Uzbekistan /
Rules for Transit
Passengers Carrying
Liquid Duty-Free
Items Purchased at
the departing airport
  • Alcohol, perfume, and other liquid duty-free items that were purchased at airport duty-free shops can only be brought
    inside the cabin if they are sealed in a security tamper-evident bag (plastic bag that indicates if the bag is opened).
Table for Liquids in Cabin Baggage for India

Applicability
  • Passengers departing/transferring from all international routes
Restrictions
  • Liquids must be in containers of 100 ml or less and carried together in a transparent, resealable plastic bag of 1 L
    capacity.
  • Each passenger may only bring 1 resealable plastic bag.
  • For medication, infant foods (milk, infant food), or other liquids for diabetes patients or for other medical needs, an
    appropriate amount for the flight may be carried.
Rules for Liquid Duty-
Free Items Purchased at Airports
in India
  • Duty-free items purchased after the security inspection may be brought inside the cabin without other restrictions.
Rules for Transit
Passengers Carrying
Liquid Duty-Free
Items Purchased at
the departing airport
  • Liquid duty-free items that were purchased from a duty-free shop at the airport in the departure city or
    inside the cabin cannot be brought in cabin baggage during a layover in India.
    You may only bring duty-free items from duty-free shops at the transfer airport or in the cabin of the transfer flight.
Table for Liquids in Cabin Baggage for Japan

Applicability
  • Passengers departing/transferring from all international routes
Restrictions
  • Liquids must be in containers of 100 ml or less and carried together in a transparent, resealable plastic bag of 1 L
    capacity.
  • Each passenger may only bring 1 resealable plastic bag.
  • For medication, infant foods (milk, infant food), or other liquids for diabetes patients or for other medical needs, an
    appropriate amount for the flight may be carried.
Rules for Liquid Duty-
Free Items Purchased at Airports
in Japan
  • Duty-free items purchased after the security inspection may be brought inside the cabin without other restrictions.
Rules for Transit
Passengers Carrying
Liquid Duty-Free
Items Purchased at
the departing airport
  • Liquid duty-free items that were purchased from a duty-free shop at the airport in the departure city or
    inside the cabin cannot be brought in cabin baggage during a layover in Japan.
    You may only bring duty-free items from duty-free shops at the transfer airport or in the cabin of the transfer flight.
  • Exceptions - As exceptions for Tokyo (Narita Airport, Haneda Airport) and Osaka (Kansai Airport) in Japan,
    liquid duty-free items that were purchased from duty-free shops in the Republic of Korea or the company's cabin
    may be brought into the aircraft during a transfer if the item has passed through the transfer security inspection
    while it is still in the security tamper-evident bag (sealed bag that is given when an item is purchased from
    duty-free shops and leaves a mark when opened) of proper dimensions sealed with the receipt.
Table for Liquids in Cabin Baggage for China

Applicability
  • Passengers departing/transferring from all international routes
Restrictions
  • Liquids must be in containers of 100 ml or less and carried together in a transparent, resealable plastic bag of 1 L
    capacity.
  • Each passenger may only bring 1 resealable plastic bag.
  • For medication, infant foods (milk, infant food), or other liquids for diabetes patients or for other medical needs, an
    appropriate amount for the flight may be carried.
Rules for Liquid Duty-
Free Items Purchased at Airports
in China /
Rules for Transit
Passengers Carrying
Liquid Duty-Free
Items Purchased at
the departing airport
  • Alcohol, perfume, and other liquid duty-free items that were purchased at airport duty-free shops can only be brought
    inside the cabin if they are sealed in a security tamper-evident bag (plastic bag that indicates if the bag was opened).
Table for Liquids in Cabin Baggage for Cambodia

Applicability
  • Passengers departing/transferring from all international routes
Restrictions
  • Liquids must be in containers of 100 ml or less and carried together in a transparent, resealable plastic bag of 1 L
    capacity.
  • Each passenger may only bring 1 resealable plastic bag.
  • For medication, infant foods (milk, infant food), or other liquids for diabetes patients or for other medical needs, an
    appropriate amount for the flight may be carried.
Rules for Liquid Duty-
Free Items Purchased at Airports
in Cambodia /
Rules for Transit
Passengers Carrying
Liquid Duty-Free
Items Purchased at
the departing airport
  • Alcohol, perfume, and other liquid duty-free items that were purchased at airport duty-free shops can only be brought
    inside the cabin if they are sealed in a security tamper-evident bag (plastic bag that indicates if the bag was opened).
Table for Liquids in Cabin Baggage for Thailand

Applicability
  • Passengers departing/transferring from all international routes
Restrictions
  • Liquids must be in containers of 100 ml or less and carried together in a transparent, resealable plastic bag of 1 L
    capacity.
  • Each passenger may only bring 1 resealable plastic bag.
  • For medication, infant foods (milk, infant food), or other liquids for diabetes patients or for other medical needs, an
    appropriate amount for the flight may be carried.
Rules for Liquid Duty-
Free Items Purchased at Airports
in Thailand /
Rules for Transit
Passengers Carrying
Liquid Duty-Free
Items Purchased at
the departing airport
  • Alcohol, perfume, and other liquid duty-free items that were purchased at airport duty-free shops can only be brought
    inside the cabin if they are sealed in a security tamper-evident bag (plastic bag that indicates if the bag was opened).
Table for Liquids in Cabin Baggage for Turkey

Applicability
  • Passengers departing/transferring from all international routes
Restrictions
  • Liquids must be in containers of 100 ml or less and carried together in a transparent, resealable plastic bag of 1 L
    capacity.
  • Each passenger may only bring 1 resealable plastic bag.
  • For medication, infant foods (milk, infant food), or other liquids for diabetes patients or for other medical needs, an
    appropriate amount for the flight may be carried.
Rules for Liquid Duty-
Free Items Purchased at Airports
in Turkey
  • Alcohol, perfume, and other liquid duty-free items that were purchased at airport duty-free shops can only be brought
    inside the cabin if they are sealed in a security tamper-evident bag (plastic bag that indicates if the bag was opened).
Rules for Transit
Passengers Carrying
Liquid Duty-Free
Items Purchased at
the departing airport
  • Liquid duty-free items that were purchased at foreign airports or inside the aircraft can only be brought inside cabin
    if it is still in a security tamper-evident bag (plastic bag that indicates if the bag was opened) sealed with the receipt.
Table for Liquids in Cabin Baggage for France

Applicability
  • Passengers departing/transferring from all international routes
Restrictions
  • Liquids must be in containers of 100 ml or less and carried together in a transparent, resealable plastic bag of 1 L
    capacity.
  • Each passenger may only bring 1 resealable plastic bag.
  • For medication, infant foods (milk, infant food), or other liquids for diabetes patients or for other medical needs, an
    appropriate amount for the flight may be carried.
Rules for Liquid Duty-
Free Items Purchased at Airports
in France
  • Alcohol, perfume, and other liquid duty-free items that were purchased at airport duty-free shops can only be brought
    inside the cabin if they are sealed in a security tamper-evident bag (plastic bag that indicates if the bag was opened).
Rules for Transit
Passengers Carrying
Liquid Duty-Free
Items Purchased at
the departing airport
  • Only liquid duty-free products that were purchased at airports from the Republic of Korea, EU nations, Norway,
    Switzerland, Iceland, Singapore, Malaysia or inside a fleet that is registered by an EU nation may be brought inside
    the cabin if the item is still in a security tamper-evident bag (plastic bag that indicates if the bag was opened) sealed
    with the receipt.
  • Only liquid duty-free products that were purchased at a duty-free shop from the Republic of Korea or
    in the company's aircraft may be brought inside the cabin during a transfer if the item is still in a security tamper-
    evident bag (sealed bag that is given when an item is purchased from duty-free shops and leaves a mark when opened) of the proper dimensions sealed with the receipt.
Table for Liquids in Cabin Baggage for the Philippines

Applicability
  • Passengers departing/transferring from all international routes
Restrictions
  • Liquids must be in containers of 100 ml or less and carried together in a transparent, resealable plastic bag of 1 L
    capacity.
  • Each passenger may only bring 1 resealable plastic bag.
  • For medication, infant foods (milk, infant food), or other liquids for diabetes patients or for other medical needs, an
    appropriate amount for the flight may be carried.
Rules for Liquid Duty-
Free Items Purchased at Airports
in the Philippines /
Rules for Transit
Passengers Carrying
Liquid Duty-Free
Items Purchased at
the departing airport
  • Alcohol, perfume, and other liquid duty-free items that were purchased at airport duty-free shops can only be brought
    inside the cabin if they are sealed in a security tamper-evident bag (plastic bag that indicates if the bag was opened).
Table for Liquids in Cabin Baggage for Australia

Applicability
  • Passengers departing/transferring from all international routes
Restrictions
  • Liquids must be in containers of 100 ml or less and carried together in a transparent, resealable plastic bag of 1 L
    capacity.
  • Each passenger may only bring 1 resealable plastic bag.
  • For medication, infant foods (milk, infant food), or other liquids for diabetes patients or for other medical needs, an
    appropriate amount for the flight may be carried.
Rules for Liquid Duty-
Free Items Purchased at Airports
in Australia
  • Alcohol, perfume, and other liquid duty-free items that were purchased at airport duty-free shops can only be brought
    inside the cabin if they are sealed in a security tamper-evident bag (plastic bag that indicates if the bag was opened).
Rules for Transit
Passengers Carrying
Liquid Duty-Free
Items Purchased at
the departing airport
  • Transfer passengers are subject to the same restrictions regarding carry-on liquids, although any items over 100 ml are permissible as long as they have been purchased at duty-free and are still sealed in a security seal bag with the receipt attached. (However, they must safely pass through the X-ray machine for liquids.)
Table for Liquids in Cabin Baggage by Country

Applicability
  • Passengers departing/transferring from all international routes
Restrictions
  • Liquids must be in containers of 100 ml or less and carried together in a transparent, resealable plastic bag of 1 L
    capacity.
  • Each passenger may only bring 1 resealable plastic bag.
  • For medication, infant foods (milk, infant food), or other liquids for diabetes patients or for other medical needs, an
    appropriate amount for the flight may be carried.
Rules for Liquid Duty-
Free Items Purchased at Airports
in Hong Kong /
Rules for Transit
Passengers Carrying
Liquid Duty-Free
Items Purchased at
the departing airport
  • Alcohol, perfume, and other liquid duty-free items that were purchased at airport duty-free shops can only be brought
    inside the cabin if they are sealed in a security tamper-evident bag (plastic bag that indicates if the bag is opened).

Permitted Carry-on Items

    • Pharmaceutical drugs

      Prescription medication

      All drugs with a doctor's prescription

      Over-the-counter medication

      Liquid cold medicine, liquid digestive medicine, cough syrup, gel capsules,
      nasal sprays, fever relief medication, eye drops, medical saline solution,
      contact lens solution (preservation solution)
      * Only up to an amount that is appropriate for the flight itinerary
      * Must be reported during security inspection
    • Non-pharmaceutical drugs
      Ice for medical purposes (long-term preservation for transplantation), blood or blood related liquids, beverages for patients with autism
      * Only up to an amount that is appropriate for the flight itinerary
      * Must be reported during security inspection
    • Prescription Diet
      Foods with a doctor's prescription that is required for the passenger's health
      * Only up to an amount that is appropriate for the flight itinerary
      * Must be reported during security inspection
    • Children's supplies
      Milk, water, juice, breast milk, food in the form of liquids, gels, porridges, and wet tissues
      * Only up to an amount that is appropriate for the flight itinerary for passengers accompanying an infant
      * Must be reported during security inspection
Notes
  • For medication that was prescribed by a doctor, passengers must have the drug's name or the doctor's referral and present documents that can verify the product's source (prescription, medication bag, written diagnosis, etc.).
  • The security inspector may take a sample of the item or verify its authenticity.
  • If there is any cause of suspicion, you may be subject to surrendering the item or the item may be confiscated.
  • The items may be confiscated at the overseas destination or during a transfer inspection, according to the circumstances in each country/region.
  • “Flight itinerary” refers to the full flight time in consideration of delays, fly back, standby time at the airport terminal, etc. from the departure airport to the final destination airport.
  • Items that are subject to exemption are not required to be in a 1 L clear resealable bag.
  • If a passenger has purchased a liquid duty-free item but does not have the item and receipt inside the STEB bag when passing through the transit security check, the item will be disposed of or seized. (also applies when making transfer from Incheon to Busan)