Food entering Canada must conform to Canadian Food Inspection Agency regulations.
Food leaving Canada must conform to the regulations of the country of destination. Consult your travel agent or country consulate for information.
If properly packed and in compliance with customs regulations, it will be accepted as carry on or checked baggage depending on the size.
It is not permitted to bring most meat and dairy products into the European Union
Additional restrictions on food entering the UK
Transportation of olive oil on board Air Transat is limited to prevent leakage that could damage or hazard the aircraft.
*See How to pack food properly below
Home-made alcoholic beverages
Alcoholic beverages of more than 24% alcohol by volume are classified as dangerous goods. The inherent danger is that they are flammable liquids, which, in case of leakage of the container, may result in a fire and/or explosion. To transport by air such dangerous goods, proper packaging is required; please contact our Cargo department for details.
All food must be packed as follows:
Air Transat cannot guarantee the admissibility at customs of any food imported or exported on its aircraft. Air Transat will not be responsible for any damage or leaks to food and/or container during the handling process.