If you’re like most vapors today, you want to know, can you vape on a plane? The answer is a resounding no, but that doesn’t mean you can’t bring you vape pen with you while you travel. Before you pack your bags, however, you should brush up on airport and airline regulations, that way you don’t risk your vape pen being confiscated before you arrive at your final destination.
Airports That (Currently) Allow Vaping
As of December of 2018, there are just five airports in the U.S. that allow travelers to both smoke and vape. If you’re not trying to make the mad dash from terminal to luggage to the outside world just to get your mouth to stop tingling from lack of nicotine, consider flying into one of these five major airports:
- McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas
- Denver International Airport
- Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
- Nashville International Airport
- Washington Dulles International Airport
Of course, travelers should always double check with TSA before whipping out their CCell vape pens or pens of choice.
Some Batteries Are Restricted
Due to the potential destruction certain batteries have been known to cause, TSA does not allow lithium-ion batteries in checked luggage. However, feel free to take your CCell Silo battery along with you in your checked bag. Just be sure to pack it carefully and away from any liquids.
Standard Liquid Requirements Apply to You
The same liquid requirements that apply to the travelling world also apply to you. Though you can carry on liquids, gels, pastes, creams and aerosols in your carry-on luggage, you can only lug so much. Review the TSA guidelines at each airport you’ll be travelling through. However, generally speaking, the maximum amount of liquid per container is 3.4 ounces, or 100 ml.
It’s always a good idea to review industry regulations before traveling. For up-to-date information on vape requirements, follow vapors’ choice blog.