TSA Airline Carry on Container RegulationsTravel is one of life's great joys. Airports, not so much. But they are a necessary evil, so we want to spend as little time and then as possible. Luckily the TSA has published its list of carry-on container do's and don'ts. Here they are:
The TSA allows you to bring one in 1 quart-sized, clear, plastic, zip-top bag of containers with creams, liquids, gels, aerosols and pastes through the checkpoint.Those containers can be no larger than 3.4 ounces each. Putting these containers in one, clear bag allows transportation security officials to more quickly screen them.
Exceptions: You are allowed to bring baby formula and food, medications and breastmilk in reasonable quantities on the plane and they don't have to be in your clear plastic bag.. But you will have to declare them at the checkpoint and the TSA officers may open them for inspection.
All of our carry-on bottles and containers the TSA regulations.
Carry On Bottles and Containers
Whether you're traveling only with a carry on bag or just don't want to
risk losing certain items to baggage claim, you'll need to pack a few
TSA-Approved, Carry On containers. These are containers that are up to
three ounces and allow you to store liquids such as medicines, soaps and
creams in your carry on bag. There's no trick to choosing which carry
on bottles to take. You just want to make sure they have screw caps so
they won't leak, have wide mouths so they are easy to fill and are going
to hold up to extended travel and use. Luckily all of the travel
bottles and travel containers we have meet those criteria. We offer
everythig from the simple $6.99 plastic bottle variety up to GoToob's 3
oz, silicon, color-coded carry on tubes. So pack a few of these and the
only thing you'll have to worry about at airport security is forgetting
to take off your belt.