The cartridges contain liquid and must be placed in the quart baggie containing all of your liquids for screening at security checkpoints. The TSA restricts liquid containers to be no more than 100ml (3.4 oz) in size and to fit into ONE bag per passenger. DO NOT, HOWEVER, TRY TO GET DRUGS THROUGH THE TSA. IT DOES NOT WORK AND IT'S A STUPID IDEA.
CAN YOU SNEAK CARTERS THROUGH TSA? YES! THE TSA PREVENTS PASSENGERS FROM CARRYING MORE THAN 100ML OF LIQUID IN SOLID FORM BY REQUIREING THEM TO WEIGH THEIR LOOSELY PACKED CONTACT LENSES TO DETERMINE IF THEY ARE OVER THE LIMIT. ALSO, ANYTHING WITH A RESONANCE MIGHT BE SEARCHED. SO DON'T BRINDA OR BASS OR EVEN A HORNPLAYER CAN PLAY AT THE END OF THE PARKING LOT IF THEY ARE CAREFUL NOT TO SOUND THE HARMONICA.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO SKIP THE SCREENING LINES.
You can transport a quart-sized bag of liquids, aerosols, gels, creams, and pastes through the checkpoint in your carry-on luggage. These are limited to travel-sized containers weighing no more than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) per item. Liquid items must be packed in a sealed, clear plastic bag with identification of all contents.
The most effective way to transport liquids is in a sealable plastic bag. If you don't have any bags or don't want to use them for security reasons, then liquid should not be transported in your checked baggage.
However, if you choose to bring your liquid in a jar that isn't clearly marked as containing liquids, it will be screened by x-ray. The person screening your bag will know what's inside even if there are items between the lid and the product label. This is because they will be able to see the outline of the container against the background color on the x-ray screen.
If you have an allergy to acetaminophen (Tylenol), then you should bring a substitute. Aspirin also causes problems for some people who are allergic to other types of pain relievers. Have medication ready for when you arrive at your destination so you can get back to feeling better soon.
The TSA forbids carrying containers containing more than 3.4 ounces of liquid in carry-on luggage, so if you have a liquid or semi-liquid antiperspirant, check the quantity on the bottle. Many stick deodorants and antiperspirants, for example, come in quantities under 3.4 ounces and may be brought in your carry-on luggage.
However, anything over that limit should be declared at the airport check-in counter before going through security.
Containers used to carry liquids in the cabin are required to be clear, with the words "Liquid" and the amount contained inside a rectangle with rounded corners. The font must be larger than 1.5 inches to ensure that it's easily seen by passengers. These signs must be placed in the area directly above the product storage bin in the body of the aircraft.
Liquids in bulk such as sauces and syrups are not permitted in the cabin, so if you are traveling with a container of these products, you will need to check them into your baggage.
If you have any questions about what is allowed in your carry-on or checked bag, please contact the airline prior to departure.