Because of heightened security procedures, the Transportation Security
Administration (TSA) is currently prohibiting all liquids and gels in
carryon baggage. This includes all beverages, shampoo, lotions,
creams, toothpaste, hair gel, and other items of similar consistency.
Additionally, any of these items purchased beyond the security
checkpoint will not be permitted onboard an aircraft.

Baby formula, breast milk, or juice if a baby or small child is
traveling, and prescription medicine with a name that matches the
Customer’s name (along with insulin and essential other
non-prescription medicines) are exceptions subject to inspection at
the checkpoint. Electronic items (including notebook computers,
I-Pods, PDAs, etc.) are being allowed through the security checkpoint,
and all carryon items are subject to additional screening.

A good thing is to visit the TSA’s web site
additional information about carryon articles

Have a good and safe flight!

Best regards
und viele Grüße aus Charlotte
Reinhard von Hennigs