Traveling with e-cigarettes is perfectly fine, but Federal Aviation Association requests that all battery products must be kept in carry-on luggage.
In general, e-liquid is treated as any other liquid in carry-on luggage. This means that you must follow the specific airline’s regulations of how many milliliters are allowed in carry-on baggage. Normally a total of only 100ml is liquid are allowed in carry-on bags.
Put your device through security screening, similar to how you would treat your cell phone. Remember to keep them separate from your other belongings, and keep the juices and used tanks (must be emptied before going inside airplane) in sealable plastic bags.
If your device has replaceable batteries, it should be stored in a safe battery case to ensure batteries don’t come into contact with keys, loose change, or other wet or metallic items.
Traveling with a full tank is not recommended. Do not check-in a full tank, as the change in air pressure will cause the contents to leak from the tank’s airflow. Carry-on is a better place to store them as there is less air pressure difference. Be sure to pack e-juice and used clearomizers in a resealable plastic bag.
Vaping inside an airplane is not allowed. This can create false alarms for flight attendants and pilots, as the sensitive alarm systems within airplanes may confuse the heavy vapor for smoke. Even discreet vaping and smells can get passengers to panic and for you to get reported to authorities. Not worth the risk!
When travelling for long amounts of time, it is always suggested that you bring extra e-liquid, coils, batteries, and chargers to ensure that your vape will be working well and maintained properly while you’re away.
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