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Travelling with a medical condition or taking medicines and medical equipment onboard?

You can carry medicine and medical equipment in the cabin free of charge in addition to the permitted cabin baggage allowance.

If you need to carry a large quantity of medicines or medical equipment onboard, please get a medical certificate or a signed letter from your doctor listing all the items that you are taking with you. You might be asked to show it to an easyJet representative in the bag drop area or airport.

Due to security restrictions please carry any medication in liquid or gel form in containers not holding more than 100ml.

If your medication (vital or prescribed) exceeds 100ml, we’ll ask you for a medical certificate which details exactly the medicine you’re carrying.

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