At the airport security check, there are often some contraband items that are prohibited from being brought on the plane, such as lighters or excess liquids. So can e-cigarettes be brought on the plane?
The answer is yes, as long as it is a qualified product that meets the requirements, you can carry it with you. For lithium-ion batteries, the rated energy shall not exceed 100Wh; for lithium metal batteries, the lithium content shall not exceed 2g.
It is not possible to charge electronic cigarette devices or electronic cigarette spare batteries on board.
In addition, according to domestic flight regulations, e-liquid cannot be carried with you, and it needs to be checked in.
When the plane takes off and land, due to the pressure in the cabin, there is a certain chance that the e-liquid will leak, so please wrap the atomizer with a tissue in advance to prevent leakage.
Pay special attention to the fact that smoking (including electronic cigarettes and traditional cigarettes) is strictly prohibited on the plane, and this is the case on global flights.