Can You  Bring A Water Bottle On A Plane?

Travel Tips by: Lifestyle Traveler

The short answer is – yes, you can bring an EMPTY water bottle of any size on a plane.

Filled water bottles as well as other types of liquid containers are allowed on a plane if they are smaller than 3.4 ounces (100 ml) or if they were bought after you passed the security.

TSA Regulations On Bringing Water Bottles On A Plane

Note that even if your bottle is bigger than 3.4 ounces but the liquid inside of it is less than this amount, you will still have to empty it first, before going through the security checkpoint.

If not in a checked bag, filled water bottles bigger than 3.4 ounces will be emptied by the security officers or you will be asked to leave them.

What Kind Of Water Bottles Can You Bring On A Plane?

You can bring water bottles made of glass, stainless steel, or plastic.

Exceptions  To TSA Liquid  Rule For Carry-On

1. Child nourishments 2. Fish supplies

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