Can I Take an Aerosol Can on an Airplane?

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You can take aerosols on an aeroplane; however, just like other products in liquid form, aerosols are limited to 100ml, or smaller containers. Therefore, any larger aerosols will have to go in your stuff in the hold.
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As the aircraft rises to cruising altitude, often over 30,000 feet, the air pressure is so much less than at ground level that the container will explode. This is dangerous.
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Aerosols and other liquids are limited in quantity on air flights in order
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As the other user said: they may explode due to pressure and temperature variances. Also, many aerosols contain highly flammable ingredients. Have you seen people make a flame thrower
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not about ballet this time, most accurate answer pls! As the other user said: they may explode due to pressure and temperature variances. Also, many aerosols contain highly flammable
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