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You are clear for takeoff. Airline Carry-On Compliant! Our TSA Compliant Clear Travel Cosmetic Bag complies with the Transportation Security Administrations (TSA) strict guidelines and regulations for carrying liquids, pastes and gels through clear security check points and to board airplanes. TSA airline carry-on 3-1-1 rule, which state that containers for liquids cannot exceed 3-ounces and all must fit in a 1-quart clear zipper bag, one per person. The Clear Bag Store offers a durable high quality carry-on cosmetic case option to the zip lock sandwich bag for many years of reliable use. TSA compliant clear travel cosmetic bags make a great gift or excellent promotional item. Disclaimer: Given TSA’s use of random screening protocols, TSA reserves the right to re-screen any cosmetic bag regardless of the design of the bag.
Make Your Trip Better Using 3-1-1
TSA and our security partners conducted extensive explosives testing since August 10, 2006 and determined that liquids, aerosols and gels, in limited quantities, are safe to bring aboard an aircraft. The one bag limit per traveler limits the total amount each traveler can bring. Consolidating the bottles into one bag and X-raying them separately from the carry-on bag enables security officers to quickly clear the items.
3-1-1 for carry-ons = 3.4 ounce (100ml) bottle or less (by volume) ; 1 quart-sized, clear, plastic, zip-top bag; 1 bag per passenger placed in screening bin. One-quart bag per person limits the total liquid volume each traveler can bring. 3.4 ounce (100ml) container size is a security measure.
Be prepared. Each time TSA searches a carry-on it slows down the line. Practicing 3-1-1 will ensure a faster and easier checkpoint experience.
3-1-1 is for short trips. If in doubt, put your liquids in checked luggage.
Declare larger liquids. Medications, baby formula and food, and breast milk are allowed in reasonable quantities exceeding three ounces and are not required to be in the zip-top bag. Declare these items for inspection at the checkpoint. Officers may need to open these items to conduct additional screening.