Alcohol can't get on the plane. This is mainly because alcohol, like gasoline, is inflammable and explosive, which seriously threatens the safety of aircraft and is prohibited to carry. Alcohol is easy to volatilize. If the alcohol concentration reaches a critical value in a limited space, it may explode.
The articles prohibited to be carried or checked by passengers are as follows:
Inflammables and explosives, including hydrogen, oxygen, butane and other bottled compressed gas and liquefied gas; Spontaneous combustion articles such as yellow phosphorus, white phosphorus, nitrocellulose (including film), oil paper and its products; Metal potassium, sodium, lithium, calcium carbide (calcium carbide), magnesium aluminum powder and other water burning articles; Gasoline, kerosene, diesel, benzene, ethanol (alcohol), paint, thinner, rosin oil and other flammable liquids; Flash powder, solid alcohol, celluloid and other flammable solids; Sodium peroxide, potassium peroxide, lead peroxide, peracetic acid and other inorganic and organic oxidants.
Toxic substances: including cyanide, highly toxic pesticides and other highly toxic substances.
Corrosive articles: including sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, nitric acid, liquid storage battery, sodium hydroxide, potassium hydroxide, etc.
Radioactive materials: radioactive materials such as radioisotopes.