Is An Inhaler Considered A Liquid When Flying
Well, yes, you can bring an inhaler on a plane. As an inhaler is a medical instrument, no airline or security check would let you leave that aside while you are flying. As it is considered borderline liquids and aerosols, you can always get confused about the right amount to pick for yourself. Answer 1 of 4: I have a baggie filled already and just realized that the airlines may consider an inhaler liquid. I will call or search their website also but wondering if anyone knew? I will be flying Delta, AA, United, and Southwest in the next 6 months, but I...
Note that while you are not required to remove prescription medicines that are liquids, gels or aerosols from your bag (including inhalers, which are aerosols), and while they do not have to comply to the 3-1-1 rule, I recommend taking them out anyways to keep things quick.