Can You Bring Body Spray On A Plane? (TSA Rules)

Last Updated on May 11, 2021

You are taking a trip somewhere. You still want to smell good once you reach your destination.

While you are packing you suddenly think…

Can you take body spray on the plane?

Let’s find out.

TSA Body Spray Rules

The Transportation Security Administration are the folks that run the airport security checkpoint.

They don’t mention body spray on their website but they do mention aerosol deodorant and that’s pretty much the same thing.

You can bring body spray in checked bags, each container must be 18 oz maximum. You can only have 70 oz of toiletry aerosols in checked baggage in total.

You can bring body spray on a plane in carry-on luggage though it is considered a liquid. Body spray must be packed in your one quart-size zip-top bag and be in containers less than 3.4 ounces or 100 ml.

Still Unsure? Ask The TSA

If you are still unsure bringing any other items on the plane you can ask the TSA directly on Twitter.

This passenger wanted to bring Axe body spray on the plane in his carry-on baggage.

You can bring Axe body spray on the plane in travel size bottles. They must not exceed 3.4 ounces.

Like these ones.

Osheen asked if there was a limit to the number of body spray bottles they could pack in their handbag.

You are permitted to pack as many 3.4 ounces or less body sprays as you can fit in your one plastic quart-sized liquids bag.

Napoleon wanted to bring some Tom Ford body spray in checked luggage.

The TSA said “Aerosol cans of body spray that are 18 ounces or less are allowed in checked bags”.

The Verdict

Body spray is considered to be a liquid by the TSA.

This means you must only pack body sprays that are less than 3.4 oz in carry-on bags and they must be packed in your plastic quart bag.

In checked baggage you can bring larger cans up to 18 oz.

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