¿Puedo llevar Licores en el Avión? - Licores Medellín

Can I bring Liquor on the Plane?


Can I carry alcoholic beverages in my luggage?

The answer may vary depending on the airline, local or international restrictions, as well as health or climate calamity alarms. According to Latam policies, you can transport alcoholic beverages in sales containers in checked luggage, as long as they do not exceed one liter each and have an alcohol concentration greater than 70%.

How many alcoholic drinks can I bring on the plane?

There is no specific limit on the amount of checked baggage, as long as it does not exceed the weight allowed according to your fare. However, if you exceed the permitted weight, an additional excess baggage fee will apply.

If you are traveling from Chile, Argentina or Colombia to another country directly (without connections), you are generally allowed to carry up to 5 liters of alcoholic beverages in the cabin, except if your destination is the United States. However, keep in mind that controls may be stricter and either a crew member or an immigration officer may confiscate liquor in your carry-on luggage.

In the case of other countries, there are stricter regulations regarding the transportation of alcoholic beverages and their maximum permitted quantity. Typically, up to 100 ml is allowed in the cabin, while for Duty Free purchases, 5 liters in sealed containers are allowed.

Important: If your flight includes connections or stopovers, you will only be able to take purchases made in the Duty Free store at the last airport into the cabin before arriving at your final destination.

For domestic destinations in Colombia, you can carry up to 5 Liters in the cabin as long as you keep the sales invoice.

We recommend that you check the customs websites of the country of origin and destination before your trip, to avoid any inconvenience. We wish you a happy trip and good health!

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