Travelers always want to bring home something that will remind them of their trip or gifts for their families. However, sometimes they may forget what kind of items is restricted.
A Chinese man who was stopped by airport security in Australia for carrying a large jug of milk was determined to not let it go to waste.
The tourist from Zhengzhou, east China’s Henan province was carrying a 3-liter container of milk through an airport in Australia when he was stopped by staff at the security checkpoint.
After being told that he had violated the 100ml hand luggage liquid restriction, the man grabbed the plastic bottle and chugged back all 2.5 liters left in it.
Well, China also has a similar liquid restriction for exit international flight. We have collected some available information as a reference for you guys.
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For travelers who will take an international flight from China or transmit flight in China, the liquid restriction will be in the following:
Liquid items which can be put in carry-on luggage are needed to be packed into containers within 100ML capacity separately. If the container with a capacity over 100Ml, even it is not filled up, the container should be packed into checked luggage as well.
How about the special liquid items such as formula and liquid medicines?
Duty-free liquid items can be carried on the flight. Aiming to ensure a smoothly transmit procedure, it is better to keep your boarding card, the invoice or receipt from the duty-free shops and the package of the liquid items (the sealed transparent plastic bag) well.
Plastic Bag Standard for International Flight Liquid Restriction
Transparent and plastic
Being sealed when offered to passengers
Could not be open repeatedly after sealed or could not be sealed repeatedly after open
On the bag should be printed sentence such as “the bag could not be open during the flight travel otherwise the items inside the bag may be restricted to put in your carry-on luggage”