Carry On or Check?
If you plan to carry liquids and gels onto the plane, they must be in three ounce containers or smaller, carried in a one-quart, zip top bag - one bag per passenger. The bag must be screened separately at the security checkpoint.
Larger quantities of medically necessary liquids may be allowed on a case by case basis. Get details.
Larger containers of liquids and gels must be packed in your checked luggage. Those traveling Southwest or US Airways and who are parking in East Economy may want to take advantage of Early Bag Check.
You may purchase beverages past security and carry them onto the plane.
Visit the TSA Web site for additional information.