View All As if the frustrations of air travel weren't bad enough, airports have restrictions on how much liquid you can take with you through their security checkpoints and onto airplanes. Of course, this is for everyone's safety as liquid explosives pose a serious threat to aircraft carriers. Here's the good news, though. However annoyed you are that you have to toss your Poland Spring ouncer, your breast milk is good to go. The Quantity of Breast Milk You Can You Take on an Airplane Different countries have different regulations when it comes to how much breast milk you can bring with you when you travel on an airplane. Typically, the TSA allows you to carry liquids in your carry-on baggage if they're in containers that are 3.
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Sarah Salow, her husband and month-old son had purchased the airline's basic economy tickets that allow passengers just one carry-on, which must fit underneath the seat. The family had with them "a stroller, diaper bag, backpack and the cooler. The stroller was allowed to be checked for free. Technically the only carry-on was the backpack.
Fly Fearlessly with Breast Milk: Your TSA Rights in Plain English
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Breast milk, formula, and juice are all allowed in your carry-on bag. You also can ask the TSA agent to put on a fresh pair of gloves if they handle your bottles or bags of milk. Unfortunately, it may depend on the TSA agent you encounter as TSA agents have the final say about what is allowed through security.