February 23, 2020 2 min read 0 Comments
If you're due for a holiday soon and you're skeptical whether or not you can bring your vape with you, here is a complete guide on traveling with your vapes.
Rule of Thumb: DO NOT vape on the plane. Every aeroplane is fitted with smoke detectors, this also includes vapour detectors. You might think you can sneak a toot at your seat under the blanket or in the toilets, but the pressurisation on-board might make the vapour shoot straight up towards the detectors. Just, don't do it.
Flying domestic within Australia? Make sure you have all your devices and juice in your carry on luggage. Never store any battery related devices in your check in luggage (vapes, laptops, tablets, phones, etc) - they will find them through the x-rays and you will most likely never see them again.
Flying international to Australia? Keep in mind that the sales of nicotine is illegal throughout Australia, and each state has different laws pertaining to the sales of devices. Sales of devices are permitted in every state except:
Flying international from Australia? Do some research on the country you are traveling to in regards to their vaping laws. The last thing you want is for your vape gear to be confiscated at customs once you've landed and you're wanting to have a nice vape after a long flight.
The following countries prohibit vapes and vaping:
This blog was written on the 23rd of February 2020. Vape-prohibited countries may have changed.