LAGs

Liquids, Aerosols and Gels (LAGs)

  

 

When travelling on international flights from Brisbane Airport passengers will need to comply with requirements for Duty Free and personal liquid, aerosols and gel products.

These restrictions affect items such as drinks, creams, perfumes, sprays, gels, toothpaste and other similar substances in hand luggage taken onto the aircraft, as well as Duty Free goods purchased prior to or at the time of boarding an aircraft.

 

Requirements for Personal LAGs (not Duty Free)
  1. On all international flights, passengers will only be able to have LAGs in containers up to 100ml in size in carry-on baggage.
  2. These containers must fit into a one-litre, resealable transparent plastic bag that measures approximately 20cm x 20cm.
  3. Only one resealable transparent plastic bag per passenger is allowed.
  4. Containers over 100ml in capacity are not permitted.
  5. Prescription medicines, where the name on the medicine matches the name on the boarding pass, can be brought onboard in carry-on baggage.
  6. Non-prescription medicines and all baby products are also exempt from the security measures, but the amount carried is restricted to a quantity that is reasonable for the duration of the flight.
  7. There are no changes to the amount of LAGs passengers are allowed to pack in checked baggage. Current restrictions on Dangerous Goods remain in force.
  8. All surrendered LAGs will be disposed of in accordance with Australian Quarantine and Customs requirements.
  9. Passengers may be subject to a random pat-down search (undertaken by a person of the same gender).
Requirements for Duty Free LAGs
  1. For passengers departing from Australia, duty free LAGs items can be purchased after passing through the screening point. For more information visit www.dutyfree.com.au
  2. However, LAGs over 100ml in carry-on baggage will be surrendered when transiting through Brisbane’s International Airport and other Australian international airports at the security screening points.
  3. Passengers should be aware that restrictions may also apply in other countries that will prevent duty free items being taken through transit stops and are advised to check with their travel organiser
  4. Duty Free items including LAGS can be purchased on arrival at Brisbane Airport.
  5. There are no changes to the amount of LAGs passengers are allowed to pack in checked baggage. Current restrictions on Dangerous Goods remain in force.
  6. All surrendered LAGs will be disposed of in accordance with Australian Quarantine and Customs requirements.

 

For more information on LAGs restrictions visit: Department of Infrastructure and Transport www.infrastructure.gov.au

Avoid losing your Duty Free LAGs

Passengers can order their duty free items before flying overseas from Brisbane and then pick the goods up on return.

 

‘Ready For Collection' is a service unique to Brisbane International Airport. After you have passed through security screening Duty Free can be purchased in any of the shops in the departures hall and collected on return to Brisbane from the Arrivals shop.