Hydro flasks or insulated water bottles are great temperature retention also an essential item to keep you hydrated wherever you go.
But if you wonder what are the rules on bringing a Hydro flasks on planes.
Here is a quick answer.
Generally; Hydro flasks are allowed on planes in both carry on and checked baggage in domestic and International flights, however for carry on baggage it needs to be completely empty from any liquids when presented for screening.
Keep reading to know more about traveling with a Hydroflask on your next flight.
Let’s dive right in.
TSA Hydro Flask
The TSA does not mention Hydro flaks on its website but obviously they have no issues with to take an empty hydro flask through the airport security checkpoint.
If you want to bring a hydro flask filled with a drink through the security checkpoint the security agent won’t let you do that.
Only 3.4 oz / 100 ml containers are allowed in carry-on luggage and they need to be placed inside a quart size bag.
In fact not only the TSA that has liquid restrictions but also most international airlines and airports.
So it is better to empty your Hydro flask from any drinks at the airport or before heading to the airport; and you can fill it up after you pass the security point.
I checked Twitter to find more answers from the TSA.
Shivon wanted to know if this empty 32 oz Hydroflask is allowed in either carry-on or checked baggage.
The TSA replied empty water bottles are allowed in carry-on bags.
They do not have any issues with Hydroflasks because they are made from metal.
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Hydro flasks are allowed in checked baggage without any restrictions, and you don’t have to worry about liquids, even though it is better to empty it from any liquids.
You can check this detailed post about traveling with liquids in checked baggage.
You can bring a hydro flask through the security checkpoint if it is empty.
After you pass the security checkpoint you are free to fill up with your favorite drink.
You don’t have to worry about liquids in case you want to place your hydroflask inside your checked bag.
Most airlines and the TSA do not have strict rules about checked baggage.
Even though I won’t recommend placing too much liquids inside checked luggage.
We hope this helps
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