Download the booklet edited by the French Civil Aviation Authority : restrictions on carriage of liquids (in french)
DGAC: French Civil Aviation Authority (France)
New security measures* (*laws (EU) n245/2013 et n246/2013, published in the Official Journal of the European Union)
Applicable to liquids, aerosols, gels, creams and pastes.
Commencing on January 31st 2014
You can carry in cabin
Baby food and other foods: responding to specific alimentary needs, in necessary quantity for the duration of the travel. Be able to prove the indispensability of the preserved products
Medecines and other medical products: in necessary quantity for the duration of the travel Be able to prove the indispensability of the preserved products
Tubes and flasks under 100 ml: arranged in a transparent resealable plastic bag of a maximum of one liter. Size 20x20cm. Only one bag per passenger.
Products placed in a sealed bag given by the airport: including the departure airport, and kept sealed until control. For example, products purchased in “duty free” in airports or airplanes, whatever the origin and date of purchase, with the invoice visible inside the bag.
Security inspections will be carried out on those products; in case of persistent doubt on the innocuous nature of a product, this one will be refused
All flights departing from airports within the European Union (and Norway, Iceland or Switzerland), including domestic flights, irrespective of their destination and the nationality of the airline.
Prohibited items are liquids, aerosols, gels and pastes : mineral water, perfume, drinks, lotion, cream, shower gel, shampoo, mascara, soup, liquid medication, toothpaste, liquid soap, deodorant,...
All bottles and tubes of a maximum of 100ml each must be carried separately in a clear plastic zip-top bag not exceeding 20cm x 20cm and presented at the security checkpoint.
Prohibited items in your hand-baggage are :