Do EasyJet and Ryan Air require liquids confined to quart size baggie?

I couldn't find those details on the site.

Posted by Michael
Des Moines, IA
2155 posts

Europe has the same rules as the U.S. 3-1-1 is standard.

Posted by Harold
New York, NY, USA
2811 posts

Michael is right, and here's why. The airlines do not make the liquids rules; the countries do. Security works for the airport, not for the airline. So, if you want to be extra sure, you should look at the airport you are using, not the airline.

Posted by Andreas
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
2511 posts

The rule is that all liquids you wish to carry in your carry-on must not exceed containers of 100ml each. All together they must fit inside a 1 liter (=1.05 quarts) transparent zipper bag.

Posted by Steve
Gaston, Oregon, USA
869 posts

...except for what you pack in your checked luggsage. If it is "over the limit" I always pack it in my suitcase, securely confined/encapsulated.