*Regulation Update* No More Clouds in the Clouds

TheVerge.com released an article yesterday regarding new vaping regulations on airplanes, and this is what they had to say, "The use of electronic cigarettes on commercial airplanes is now banned under a new rule finalized by the US Department of Transportation, which applies to all domestic and foreign carriers with flights scheduled to and from the US. The ban applies to all e-cigarettes, including electronic cigars, pipes, and devices designed to look like everyday products such as pens. It does not apply to nebulizers, which are used to treat cystic fibrosis and asthma."
This means that as a traveler, you are no longer permitted to bring your e-cigarette device in your checked luggage. Also, in accordance with this new law, vaping on airplanes has also been banned. 
Anyone looking to travel in the near future, be aware of these new regulations! 

Although in this article from The Verge there is some important information, there also seems to be some misinformation. The article states that there can be no vaping devices on planes at all, but the DOT regulation message states that "U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx today announced a final rule that explicitly bans the USE of electronic cigarettes on commercial flights. The final rule applies to all scheduled flights of U.S. and foreign carriers involving transportation in, to, and from the U.S."

You are still allowed to have all of your vape gear on the flight. You just have to bring it in your carry-on baggage in a separate plastic bag. Do not use your vape on your flight, and you should be fine to fly. 
Just not on airplanes!

For more information about vape juice and vaping products visit: https://www.vistavapors.com/


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