100ml or 3.4oz perfumes are allowed on airplanes. These perfumes need to be packed in clear zipped plastic bags. If a perfume is larger than 100ml it needs to be discarded
Carrying our favorite scents on airplanes has always been subject to some type of regulation. It was never the case that you could travel with no questions asked carrying perfume through multiple airports.
Why are 100ml (3.4oz) perfumes allowed on airplanes?
100ml perfumes are allowed on planes as part of the TSA liquids rules. This means all liquids such as perfumes and deodorants have a maximum capacity of 100ml or 3.4oz when carried in the carry-on luggage.
What happens if my perfume is larger than 100ml (3.4oz)?
You need to discard perfumes that are larger than 100ml if your bottle doesn’t meet the required standards at check-in. Unfortunately, exceptions don’t apply in the US. Alternatively, you can consider bringing checked-in luggage.
What about checked-in luggage?
You can bring perfumes larger than 100ml (3.4oz) in checked-in luggage. However, there’s a limit to the number of perfumes you can travel with inside checked-in luggage. You might need to pay tax when carrying a certain number of perfumes in the checked-in luggage.