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Traveling with E-Cigs: What’s the law?

Traveling with E-Cigs: What’s the law?

By Katie / October 2, 2014
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Can I Bring My e-Cig On a Plane?

Some of the biggest advantages to using e-cigs (e-hookahs) is the discretion and portability of the individual units. These are especially good for traveling! However, some electronic cigarette smokers are unclear about the law and TSA regulations around taking e-cigs on airplanes.

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Currently, there is no law against bringing your e-cigs in your carry-on or checked bags on a flight.

This would apply to carrying them on your person as well, so long as they are properly checked through security, says the TSA website. It is, however, highly recommended that you check the charger and any other accessories to avoid any unnecessary attention at security.

It is also recommended that you check your e-liquids, since you cannot carry more than 3.4 ounces of any liquid in your carry-on. So fill up your flavor tank, make sure it's charged, and fly away little vaper!

That’s it! E-hookahs are not heavily regulated for flight, and TSA has even said it’s okay to bring them in your carry on. As far as smoking them on the flight, it is highly recommended that you call your airline in advance to check on their guidelines and expectations. Vaping on the plane will most likely not be allowed, but it will make it easier to get in one last vape right before and after your flight.

Have you flown with your e-cigarette? Let us know how it went in the comments below!

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