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NEW AIR TRAVEL SECURITY REGULATIONS CONCERNING LIQUIDS
Regulations have been put in place and are observed at major International airports as part of a global precautionary measure to protect aircrafts against a possible liquid explosive threat.

Regulations have been put in place and are observed at major International airports as part of a global precautionary measure to protect aircrafts against a possible liquid explosive threat. Therefore all passengers traveling on international flights from any of our destinations should be informed that they will be restricted from carrying certain liquids, aerosols and gels in the cabin of the aircraft. Passengers are allowed to carry small quantities of a maximum of 100 ml per container of liquids, gels, aerosol products and aerosols in their hand baggage. The containers holding these liquids are required to comfortably fit into one clear plastic bag no bigger than 20cm x 20 cm or equivalent to one litre capacity. The clear plastic needs to be re-sealable.

Medications and baby formula are exempted from this rule.

These are the products affected by the new limitations?
• liquids such as water, beverages, soups,
• cosmetics
• perfumes
• gels including hair and shower gels
• pastes including toothpaste
• aerosols and mascara
• creams, lotions, oils
• contents of pressurized cans
• mixtures out of liquid and solid materials
• other items of similar composition.

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East African, Daily News Tanzania, Monitor Newspaper – Uganda, Daily Nation - Kenya

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