They must be taken out of their cases or sleeves and put into separate security trays.
Liquids, perfumes, creams, aerosols, foams, gels, shampoo and toothpaste: in individual containers not exceeding 100 ml, placed in a transparent, resealable plastic bag (1 bag per passenger, including children) with a capacity not exceeding 1 litre (approx. 20 x 20 cm), which must be fully closed. Bags must be placed in security checkpoint trays, separate from luggage.
Liquid medicines or special diets: whenever possible, have your prescription with you or proof of your specific condition, including children’s food.
Drinks, cosmetics, perfumes, etc.: keep any purchases made at the airport or on board the aircraft inside an approved sealed security bag, together with the receipt. Do not open these bags until you reach your final destination.
You should carry the relevant prescription with you. You must carry a medical certificate with you, if you have to carry objects in your hand luggage such as syringes or other objects included in any of the prohibited categories.
You must talk to your airline if you are going to travel to a country outside the European Union and, if that is the case, check the conditions for taking medication into the country, or for transporting medical equipment (syringes for diabetics, measuring devices, etc.) if you need to.
Small amounts for personal consumption, meeting the restrictions on animal and dairy products, provided they comply with the size and weight limits established by the airline.
You can carry them in any of your hand luggage items.
Security personnel may require you to open the packages.
Crutches, walking sticks, prams, pushchairs, and baby seats must pass through the x-ray security separately.