Vapes On A Plane - Your Recap Of Air Travel With A Vaping Device
With India cracking down on and banning vaping in six states, international vaping enthusiasts are getting understandably paranoid. With the punishment for bringing a vaping device into the wrong country being potential imprisonment, there’s no better time than the present to brush up on vaping laws and make sure you’re bringing your device where it’s allowed. However, for people who travel abroad, there’s another set of rules to be followed, and that’s how to bring your vaping device with you when you go through an airport. We’re going to be doing a quick recap of the rules in this area, so you’re not going to get yourself into trouble when you go on holiday.
So, How Do I Conduct Myself On A Plane With My Device?
The objective for many people who do vape is to make sure that you follow all of the rules and regulations. This is important for the vaping community, who are so keen to make sure that we come across as being cooperative and respectful. To that end, it is important that any rules laid down for air travel are followed to the letter.
The first rule is that any devices which contain a battery are not to be kept inside the cargo hold of any planes. If you have a vaping device, you need to make sure that it comes within your carry on, as opposed to going inside a suitcase and winding up in the hold. This is something which is very important. This is something which is true of all big batteries these days, so never put them into a case to go into the hold.
Mods and tanks should also be taken on the plane in the hold on luggage and with you into the cabin. While it is true that you can put them inside the luggage in certain instances, a lot of airlines will insist that you keep them with you, so it’s much easier just to cooperate. E-liquids are a harmless substance in the grand scheme of things so that you can store them in your luggage. This is advised so that you can bring as much with you as you need for your trip.
Can I Use My Vaping Device On The Plane?
In a word, no. You’re not allowed to use your device on the plane
While it’s in flight, sat in the airport, or anywhere else. For that matter, you’re not allowed to vape in the airport either. It’s illegal to vape in certain airspaces too, so you’ll face a heavy fine or even being arrested if you’re caught. You might well hear people say that it is possible to get a quick vape in on the toilet, and they’re dead wrong.
Overall, these are just a few of the different kinds of vaping rules and regulations that you should follow when on a plane. With the recent pressures being put on vaping in places like India, we thought it would be a good idea to make sure that everyone’s entirely up to date on how to travel properly. If you’re going abroad, and need some supplies, then Infinite Vapour can help. We have a wide selection of different vaping equipment, to ensure that you have everything you need to enjoy a pleasant vaping experience even while on holiday.