Can you bring an Ecig on an airplane?

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  1. jxc0175

    jxc0175 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Does anyone know if you can bring one on a plane? I know you can't hit it on the plane, but can you get them through security?
     
  2. Caelius Felix

    Caelius Felix Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    I have not had a problem on domestic and European flights. I keep everything but juice (which goes in the required baggy with other liquids) in an eGo case and put it in the tray with my phone, e-book, etc. It is my understanding that this is the preferred method, since they don't want rechargeable batteries packed in checked-through luggage.
     
  3. adeline

    adeline Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Solid advice here.

    It worked for me. Granted, I haven't been on a plane in over a year, but this was exactly what I did.

    Make sure you don't check any rechargeable batteries. Pretty sure they're on the no-no list. And bag your juices like any other liquid.
     
  4. jxc0175

    jxc0175 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Thanks to both of you for the advise.
     
  5. jxc0175

    jxc0175 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Just so I understand, you have to carry one rechargeable batteries? What about the charger?
     
  6. MDV39

    MDV39 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I took my green smoke ecig on a flight from NY to Fla I had two batteries with a couple cartos. I was stopped on Ny and had my bag swiped and tested but I explained what it was and there was no other incident. In fla on te way back wasent even stopped. The real subject lies in if you plan on vaping on the plane it's best to check with te airline and people around you.
     
  7. adeline

    adeline Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Yep, carry them on. I can't remember what I did with the charger. I probably put it in my carry on too (I've had the airlines lose my luggage before). I don't think it matters.
     
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