Rules for liquids in hand luggage
Liquids or liquid substances in the hand bag must be carried in containers that can not exceed 100 ml.
You may bring more than one container of liquid but no more than it may be in one reclosable plastic bag of max. 1 liter. You may only bring one of these bags.
Do you have baby food, medicine or diet of over 100 ml that you need during the trip or liquids purchased in a tax free shop (in sealed bags from the airport they are purchased and with visible receipt in the bag), it is allowed to bring these, but they must be safeguarded.
You must remove all liquids from the hand luggage and place them visibly in the designated plastic box at the security check, so that the security staff can see them. You may notice that the liquids are taken for additional security checks.
The Danish Transport Agency has a page with good advice in connection with the journey.
Rules for medicine in hand luggage
Medications made as liquid, jelly or similar liquid form are exempt from the rules for liquids in airliner.
Liquid, refrigerated medicine and syringes/needles
You may bring liquid medicine over the allowed 100 ml. as well as needles and medicines to be cooled in the hand luggage. Medicine incl. sprays and needles are excluded for normal restraints. However, you must be able to make sense of the need and the authenticity of the medicine. If you need to bring a cooling element to your medicine that requires cooling, this is also allowed.
The Danish Transport Agency has published a page of good advice when you need medicine on the flight.
Lighters and matches
You can bring one lighter or one box of matches on the flight. The lighter or matches must be worn on the person during the flight.
The following types of lighters and matches can not be brought and will be rejected by the security check:
- Blue flame lighters
- Strike Anywherematches
No lighters and matches may be included in registered baggage.