Carry-on baggage

What items should I carry in my carry-on baggage?

We recommend that you carry your valuables in your carry-on baggage because they should always be under your care. Check the items that you should take with you.
 
Types of articles Description
Fragile: Antiques, works of art, books, photographs, documents, securities, televisions, computers, or other electronic items and their accessories.
Electronics: 

Computers, household appliances, photographic equipment, medical equipment, cell phones, data storage devices (such as MP3, USB flash drives, external disks, among others), digital tablets, video game consoles, digital agendas and any other electronic equipment including software or components, televisions, radios or similar items. You will be able to carry up to 15 electronic items.

Electronic cigarettes, loose lithium batteries, and external portable chargers (power banks) must always be carried in your carry-on baggage, it is forbidden to transport them in checked baggage

Smart baggage equipped with removable lithium batteries must not exceed 0.3 grams and 2.7 watt-hours (If the battery is built-in, this luggage must be transported as checked baggage).

Fuel cells for powering portable electronic devices (e.g., cameras, mobile phones).

Valuable: Furs, money, jewelry, precious metals, among others.
Personal: 

Perishable products, medicines, samples, items for commercial use, unique and irreplaceable items and similar valuable items. Hairdressing equipment containing hydrocarbon gas (will not be able to be used on board).

When shopping in duty-free stores (In Bond - Duty-Free), at airports, products must be carried in sealed packaging, be tamper-proof, and prove that it were purchased in the stores mentioned. Do your shopping at the Duty-Free shop at the last airport of your departure. 

Liquids: 

Liquids, aerosols, and gels under 100 ml or 3.4 oz can be carried in your carry-on baggage.

 

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