Well, in any airline, really.
Even holy water from the Roman Catholic shrine at Lourdes can’t get by airport security screening passengers for suspicious liquids.
A passenger on a new Vatican-backed charter airline had to hand over a container of water collected at Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral to security officials at the airport in southern France on Monday before boarding a return flight to Rome, officials for Mistral Air said. They identified the passenger as Italian television personality Paola Saluzzi.
“All passengers are obliged to respect the rules and not go over the quantities (of liquid) permitted” on flights, said Franck Hourcade, an official at the Tarbes-Lourdes-Pyrenees International Airport.
Security measures limiting liquids allowed in carry-on baggage came in response to claims by British police that there was a plot in 2006 to bring down U.S.-bound flights out of London’s Heathrow airport using liquid explosives.
Francesco Pizzo, Mistral Air’s president, said the company must adhere to the international regulations.
“There are international rules that state that liquids cannot be carried on board. These have to be respected,” he said.
And that is why it’s always important to check and double check current restrictions imposed by the airlines or whatever governing body such as the TSA.
So how do you check what you can or can’t bring onboard? You can check the TSA website to get a list of permitted and prohibited items. You can also check the airline’s official website regarding their (and your destination city/country’s) policy on hand carry luggage.