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Vaping items. Which ones are allowed by Law in aircraft and through customs

Discussion in 'Law and the E-Cigarette' started by argusaviel, Oct 16, 2013.

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  1. argusaviel

    argusaviel Full Member

    Apr 9, 2013
    What are the current for bringing vaping items in aircraft
    The mod?
    This wouldbe helpful for those of us who will be travelling
  2. Reme

    Reme Full Member

    Sep 19, 2013
    Oakville, ON, Canada
    Depends on the policies of the specific airline you'll be traveling on, but during my research in the US and Canada, everything is allowed. All liquids have to be in labeled containers less than 3.4 ounces, and placed in a clear ziploc bag. Everything else can just go in carry-on baggage.
  3. PIZZLE89

    PIZZLE89 Full Member

    Oct 23, 2013
    Salt Lake City
    I will get in touch with one of my sergeants that does security at the Salt Lake International Airport and see what he says.
  4. John_

    John_ Rockin' Micro's on Cotton Verified Member ECF Veteran

  5. Racehorse

    Racehorse ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 12, 2012
    USA midwest
    do a search here on flying, you will get a lot of hits.

    You may bring all of that but batteries cannot go in checked luggage.
    Liquids have to go in the liquid quart bag w/your other toiletries and stuff.
    I always put my vaping gear into the basket separately so it can get rayed. And of course, I separate the parts, take atties off the mod, etc.

    I always put my vape stuff in carry on, since it is my belief that there are only 2 kinds of luggage:
    Carry On, and LOST. :)

    Most people have zero problems, TSA has seen a lot of ecig stuff.

    Alwayas allow extra time just in case.
  6. cags

    cags Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 27, 2011
    east TN
    LOL, I agree :) I never never check luggage! I have learned to travel light :)
  7. rickyrickeric

    rickyrickeric Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 22, 2013
    Blaine, WA, USA
    About two years ago, we heard of our local airport getting shut down by TSA agents because they found a strange device in a carry-on bag. Later that day, we saw a Facebook post from a good friend of ours who was ranting about being held/questioned/delayed by TSA agents at the airport since they found his e-cig kit, and they didn't know what it was. We posted back "that was YOU that shut down the airport?". We were told that the agents have since been educated about e-cigs to prevent such a ruckus again.

    And another friend of ours recently came back from a business trip to France. He had been a regular analog smoker for years, and decided to switch to Blu e-cigs for the trip. Not only did he get no hassles from the airport, he was also permitted to vape on the plane trips. And now he is free from analogs, and only vapes.
  8. Topdogie01

    Topdogie01 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    i can chime in only to agree with above posters, in the United states there is no issues taking your PV with out on the plane. take as many bottles (each under 3ounces) as you can fit into your quart size clear ziper bag. if your using a tank you may have to put that in the bag also, i was required to put my 5ml hypertank in my liquids bag for security. at IND (Indianapolis) and MCO (Orlando) both said that vaping is not prohibited and asked me not to blow clouds to draw attention to myself. and if someone asked me to stop to please stop, move away or go into the bathroom stall so others wont be offended.
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