You’re allowed to carry essential medicines of more than 100ml in your hand luggage, including liquid dietary foodstuffs and inhalers.
You’ll need supporting documentation from a relevant medical professional (for example a letter from your doctor or a copy of your prescription). The same applies for gel packs.
Airport staff might need to open the containers to screen the liquids at the security point.
Essential medical equipment
You can take medical equipment with you if it’s essential for your journey.
The equipment is screened separately and you must show documentation from a qualified medical professional, such as a letter from your doctor.
|Item||Allowed in hand luggage||Allowed in hold luggage|
|Tablets and capsules||Yes||Yes|
|Essential liquid medicines||Yes (over 100ml if screened successfully)||Yes|
|Cooling gel packs||Yes (if screened successfully)||Yes|
|Medical equipment (for example CPAP and TENS machines)||Yes||Yes|
|Oxygen cylinders||Contact your airline||Contact your airline|