The Transport Security Administration of the Department of Homeland Security permits each passenger to check one sealed, quart-sized plastic bag of liquids in containers of 3.4 ounces or less on flights operated by Delta or any other carriers. If the liquids are medicines or food for infants or children, the TSA will make an exemption and permit bigger quantities. If the liquids are not hazardous or forbidden products, passengers may bring larger containers of liquids in their checked baggage that is stored.
Mouthwash, shampoo, liquid soap, lotions, and gels are examples of the liquids that must be brought on board in containers weighing 3.4 ounces or less. Prescription and non-prescription drugs are exempt from the size restriction. Breast milk, formula, juice, baby food, and teething aids are among the liquid things for kids that are exempt. Additional security screening may be applied to any liquid goods that are excluded. After passing through the security checks and entering the airport, travellers can purchase larger liquid products in duty-free stores and bring them on board the aircraft.
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