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Aviation: Security

Volume 465: debated on Tuesday 23 October 2007

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what arrangements she has put in place to ensure that medication taken into an aircraft cabin is required by the passenger. (159470)

There are no restrictions on non-liquid medicines. Passengers may take essential liquid medicine in cabin baggage if prior agreement has been obtained from the airline and the airport to carry the medication, and the passenger provides supporting documentation from a relevant qualified medical professional.