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leaving Jamaica by air

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leaving Jamaica by air

Are there the same regulations as the U.S. regarding liquids when you depart from Jamaica by air? Y'know, in the U.S. the TSA regs are no more than 3 oz's and it has to be in a certain sized ziplock? Just wondering? Thanks

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1. Re: leaving Jamaica by air

yes.

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2. Re: leaving Jamaica by air

The 3 oz. with liquids are the same but it is in your carry on. Anything over you must put into yor checked luggage.

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yes.. this isn't a US thing it's global... i believe every airport that receives and prcesses international flights must comply and enforce these regulations.

Chelle

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4. Re: leaving Jamaica by air

After you pass security checkpoint, you can buy larger sized liquids and put them in your carry-on. For example: alcohol. But once you land in the US you'll have to get your luggage and go thru imigration and customs then if you have a connecting flight you'll have to put the larger bottles in your checked baggage and go back thru security. Not a problem on direct flights, kinda a pain having to repack on connecting flights.

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