Can I take baby milk/food/medications as hand luggage?

You can take baby food, baby milk and sterilised water in your cabin baggage. This includes soya milk for babies, sterilised water (which must be in a baby bottle), formula, breast milk or cow's milk (specifically for babies) and baby food.

In the case of milk or sterilised water for babies, the restriction of 100ml per container does not apply, provided that the total amount is no more than 1 litre. The adult carrying it may be asked to taste it for security reasons.

You can take milk in powder form on board with you.

Any infant medications (such as liquid paracetamol) and creams (such as nappy creams) must comply with the standard security regulations.



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