In the past decade, vaping has grown from a niche hobby to a widespread phenomenon. Millions of people using vapes as an alternative to smoking, but much like tobacco there are limitations as to where people may participate.
Can you bring a vape on a plane?
Simply put - yes! You can bring a vaping device on a plane, but there are some restrictions. All electronic nicotine delivery systems must remain in your carry on bags for the safety of all passengers. You can’t put them in your checked baggage, as batteries more likely to explode in the cargo holding area than in the pressurized cabin. If it’s in the aircraft cabin in carry on baggage, the pressurized air helps the product and battery function as designed. Some airlines may have internal rules about vaping devices. Contact your airline for additional restrictions before your flight to make sure you are in compliance.
Can you use your vape on an airplane?
You cannot use your vape during a flight. It should stay in your carry on baggage until you land, similarly to cigarettes or other tobacco products. Planes are small, enclosed areas and while your juice may smell great to you, it may not be pleasant for the person sitting next to you. Smoking is strictly prohibited on planes and there are no exceptions for vaping.
Can you bring vape juice on a plane?
Like all liquid products, vaping juice is subject to the TSA’s standard restrictions. According to their website, passengers are allowed to bring liquids of 3.4 ounces or less (a typical travel size container) in their carry on. If any singular item contains more than 3.4 ounces of liquid, it must fly in your checked bag.
Like any liquid product, it’s important to store it correctly for maximum safety and cleanliness. Traveling can jar containers open, causing spills and loss of product. The TSA recommends you pack your vape juice in a small, plastic bag to keep your luggage clean from any mess during the flight.
Can you vape at the airport?
Every airport is different. Their rules for electronic cigarette and vaping consumption vary. Some offer designated areas for smoking and vaping, others prohibit it strictly. Cigarette and vaping devices are not allowed inside at most airports and must be used outside the building to be in compliance with local regulations.