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BAGGAGE ALLOWED IN THE CABIN WHEN TRAVELING WITH BABIES

Baggage allowed in the cabin if you are traveling with a baby



I am traveling with a baby, what can I bring with me in the cabin?


According to the CATSA website – the exceptions for baggage if you are traveling with a baby are:

Some items are not subject to the 100 ml or 100 g (3.4 oz) limit and do not need to be stored in a plastic bag. However, you must report these items to the screening officer for inspection. The exceptions are:

· Baby food and drinks: If you are traveling with a child under two years old (0 to 24 months), it is allowed to bring baby food, milk, infant formula, water and juice.

· Breast milk: Passengers traveling with or without children may carry quantities of breast milk exceeding 100 ml.

What are the airlines saying?


Once again, a good travel consultant will be your best resource to help you prepare for a “smooth” trip if you have to fly with a baby or young child. Don't hesitate to use their skills!

Air Canada:


Recommendations

It is sometimes difficult to find diapers for babies in Varadero. Better to bring more than less! It is also recommended to bring any medications that may be necessary for a baby or young child (Zincofax, Tylenol, etc.) because they can sometimes be very difficult to find in Varadero.

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