For the official word on what you can and cannot bring with you on a flight (including alcohol), please Passengers are allowed to carry alcohol on a flight, both in carry-on and checked baggage, as long as you are of legal drinking age and follow any applicable rules. If you want to travel with quantities of whiskey greater than what you can carry in 3-ounce bottles, you will need to pack it in your checked luggage. One of the main reasons is that your flight attendants are basically on bartender duty and need to keep your libations to a safe level. Then, place the bottle in a sealable plastic bag. If you’re pounding mini bottles every time your flight attendant comes around and chasing them with swigs from your flask, it can get ugly fast. In any case, check with the USPS to see if it is legal to ship alcohol through the mail, and do it that way! Most likely 19 is the legal age in most provinces.

Checked Baggage Limitations. Between 24 and 70 percent, however, the FAA limits passengers to 5 liters.However, every country has its own rules on carrying alcohol on a flight. According to the TSA’s website: Checked Baggage * Any amount of alcohol greater than 3.4 ounces must be packed in checked baggage. In East Asia, you might opt for the local shochu or soju liquor. You may check any amount of alcohol that you wish, as long as it is below 48 proof. U.S. Customs, for example, only allows for 1 liter of alcohol to be carried into the United States duty-free. In Curious how your airport and onboard drinking habits compare to other fliers? Once you clear the security checkpoints, you can purchase a larger bottle of whiskey from an airport vendor. What you choose to bring back depends on your tastes, but you might want to consider spirits that reflect the local flavor, a true souvenir of your experience.

To be safe, be sure to purchase your duty-free alcohol at the last airport you visit before arriving in your final destination to avoid losing it at a security checkpoint.We get it: Sometimes, a stiff drink is the only thing that gets you through a 12-hour redeye sandwiched between the snorer who uses your shoulder as a pillow and the chatty Cathy who won’t stop raving about her trip to Thailand. According to the FAA, there are no limits on how much alcohol you can pack in your checked luggage if the alcohol by volume is less than 24 percent (generally beer and wine).

Re: Can I check my bag with alcohol in it if I'm not 21? Cause I know if your old enough your allowed to bring whatever alcohol in your checked bags. ... and purpose-made plastic bags in their checked luggage.

Make sure to check your bag on time.

ThanksNever done it, but I don't see a problem. Not only will they help protect the bottle from bumps and bruises during transportation, but the fabric will also help soak up any alcohol that manages to get past the plastic bag. They're not looking for minors in possession of alcohol so I don't see why they'd care there's a bottle of alcohol in the bag.Make sure not to carry it on as it would get confiscated for being over the volume of liquid allowed in a carry on.Could it not be an issue in Florida?

Re: Can I check my bag with alcohol in it if I'm not 21? Know the latest time you can check your bag at your departure airport. If you’re carrying alcohol in your checked bags, your limits depend on alcohol content. Just remember to avoid being caught with it in your possession, or you'll never be able to check "no" in the box that askas about whether you have a criminal record (which can prevent you from gaining employement in any number of fields). Finally, try to position the bottle snugly in the center of your suitcase and surround it with more clothes to ensure your bottle survives an accidental fall off the baggage carousel.If you prefer to invest in something to help you carry your alcohol on a flight, products like the padded When you’re only allowed to bring back a limited amount of alcohol, you can’t risk wasting your allotment on sub-par spirits or bottles that you later discover are readily available back home. Re: Can I check my bag with alcohol in it if I'm not 21?