Can I Bring Fireworks on a Plane ?

Those wondering if they can bring fireworks when they travel should know that it is not allowed to fly with them.”

In this post, I will cover everything you need to know about flying with fireworks.

A pack of fireworks

NOTICE: This article is intended for people traveling to or within the United States of America.

In fact, the information I’m presenting here is based on guidelines from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). It’s the agency that has authority over the security of the traveling public in the United States, and its rules apply whether you’re flying into, within, or out of the U.S.

What TSA says about traveling with fireworks on a plane?

If you visit the TSA page dedicated to the rules for travelling with fireworks, you will simply need to see this:

TSA Rules on Fireworks

This rule is clear, it says that we are not allowed to bring fireworks in either checked baggage or carry-on baggage.

This is understandable because of the potential hazards associated with fireworks.

Again, TSA posted recently on Twitter a reminder stipulating the thing. So don’t try to fly with you fireworks, they will likely be confiscated.

What about the rules for your destination?

Scroll through the list below to see if your destination has any restrictions for travelers. There is also other important information available, such as visa requirements and places to visit:

You can also get additional information about your destination: Customs, Currency & Airport Tax regulations by visiting the IATA Travel Center

Stay Updated on Fireworks Travel Rules

This page was created on October 31, 2023, based on TSA guidelines for these kinds of items. We will keep you updated if there are any changes to this rule.

For the most current guidelines, we recommend:

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