Can You Take Vapes on a Plane?
If you’re a vape enthusiast and you’re planning to jet off on your next adventure from the United Kingdom, you might be wondering, “Can I take my vapes on a plane?” The good news is, yes, you can bring your vaping gear with you when flying, but there are a few important things to keep in mind to ensure a hassle-free journey.
When packing your vaping equipment, it’s essential to do so with care. Ensure that your e-cigarette or vape pen is fully powered off, and disassemble it as much as possible. Keep your e-liquids in a clear, resealable plastic bag to comply with the airline’s liquid restrictions. It is vital that you pack your vapes in your carry-on luggage and not your checked in bag, if you do so your vapes might get confiscated or you might face a fine depending on airline policy.
Different airlines may have slightly varying rules regarding the transportation of vaping devices. It’s always a good idea to check with your specific airline before your flight to understand their policies and guidelines.
When carrying spare batteries or chargers for your vaping devices, it’s important to keep them in your carry-on bag. Lithium-ion batteries are not allowed in checked luggage due to safety concerns.
Just like traditional cigarettes, vaping is often prohibited in certain areas of the airport and on the plane. Make sure to follow these rules and only vape in designated smoking areas if available.
How many vapes can you take on a plane?
Depending on the airlines you can take up to 15 to 20 vapes/batteries on a plane. Remember these must be packed on your carry-on luggage and sealed in a plastic bag.
For more information you can read this: https://www.thesun.co.uk/travel/20219254/how-many-vapes-can-you-take-on-a-plane/