Can I take my baby food and milk in cabin baggage?
Baby food and milk which exceed the 100ml restriction are permitted to travel in cabin baggage if an infant is present. However, an infant does not need to be present for liquid expressed milk to be taken in cabin baggage.
They must be presented separately in a tray outside your bag.
Individual containers of breast milk must hold no more than 2,000ml.
Frozen food (including milk) will not be permitted in cabin baggage.
Each container will need to be screened at the security point.
A security operative may need to open the containers to screen the liquids.