Yes, these can be taken in both checked and carry-on, but there are restrictions on the volume of powders, liquids, aerosols, and gels allowed as carry-on for international flights. The following are examples of the types of items subject to the restrictions:
There are exemptions for:
The Minister of Transport has directed that the quantity of powders, liquids, aerosols and gels passengers can carry on board international flights are to be restricted. These restrictions are to prevent serious threats to civil aviation from occurring.
You will be asked to relinquish all dangerous goods and weapons found in your luggage, carried contrary to the restrictions. If you refuse:
you will not be permitted to move through the screening point, and
your airline will be advised of your refusal.
We use a number of security measures, including x-raying bags to make sure there is nothing dangerous in them. If something is seen on the x-ray that needs checking, the bag will be opened, searched and any dangerous goods and weapons located will be removed.
You will be asked to relinquish all dangerous or prohibited items found in your carry-on luggage. If you refuse:
We x-ray bags going on planes to make sure there is nothing dangerous in them. If something comes up on the x-ray that needs checking, the bag will be opened, searched and any dangerous or prohibited item will be removed.