Complete Items List

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  1. Nail clippers (with attached knife)
    Carry On Baggage:
    Yes
    Checked Baggage:
    Yes

    Nail clippers with a blade 6 cm or less are permitted when flying within Canada or to an international (non-U.S.) destination. Knives of any type or length are not permitted in your carry-on on flights to the U.S.

  2. Nail clippers (without attached knife)
    Carry On Baggage:
    Yes
    Checked Baggage:
    Yes
  3. Nail files
    Carry On Baggage:
    Yes
    Checked Baggage:
    Yes
  4. Nail polish
    Carry On Baggage:
    Yes (<100ml)
    Checked Baggage:
    Yes

    100 ml (3.4 oz.) or smaller container permitted in carry-on.

  5. Nail polish removers
    Carry On Baggage:
    Yes (<100ml)
    Checked Baggage:
    Yes

    100 ml (3.4 oz.) or smaller container permitted in carry-on.

  6. Naphthalene
    Carry On Baggage:
    No
    Checked Baggage:
    No
  7. Nitroglycerin
    Carry On Baggage:
    No
    Checked Baggage:
    No
  8. Nitroglycerin medication
    Carry On Baggage:
    Yes
    Checked Baggage:
    Yes
    Liquid prescription medications are exempted from the liquid restrictions and can be carried in carry-on baggage in volumes larger than 100 ml (3.4 oz.). These liquids must be declared to the Screening Officer separately. To facilitate screening, CATSA recommends that the medication be properly labelled (professionally printed label identifying the medication or a manufacturer’s name or pharmaceutical label).
  9. Non-permitted lighters
    Carry On Baggage:
    No
    Checked Baggage:
    No

    Gun lighters, lighters shaped like grenades, lighter with unabsorbed liquid fuel, torch lighters are not permitted in carry-on and checked baggage.

  10. Non-prescription liquid and gel-based medication
    Carry On Baggage:
    Yes
    Checked Baggage:
    Yes

    Essential non-prescription liquid or gel-based medications include items such as contact-lens/eye solution, cough syrup/spray, gel capsules or liquid-filled capsules (e.g. ibuprofen). You are allowed to carry these items in volumes greater than 100 ml (3.4 oz.) in your carry-on baggage. These liquids and gels must be declared to the Screening Officer separately.

    To facilitate screening, CATSA recommends that the medication be properly labelled (professionally printed label identifying the medication or a manufacturer’s name or pharmaceutical label).  See https://www.catsa.gc.ca/medication-and-medical-items for more information.

    Documentation to support your medical needs or condition is not required; however, if you feel that it would help ease your screening, it should be presented to the screening officer along with your medically necessary items.

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