When booking your ticket
When booking your ticket it might be a good idea to book a seat in the back row near the bathrooms as it might help take away some of your concerns and make you feel more confident.
Plan your visits to the bathroom – for example it can be a good idea to catheterise as close to boarding as possible, so that you don't have to worry when in the air.
Feel safer going through security
Prevent trouble at security by bringing a travel certificate - it explains your condition, the medical supplies you are carrying and why you might need support and privacy as you go through security.
Liquids in your hand luggage
None of the Coloplast catheters hold more water that the allowed limit.
It is possible to see the catheter through the packaging when your luggage goes through x-ray at the airport, which means that you do not have to open any of the catheters to show them.
Remember that there are restrictions on the amount of liquids you can take in your hand luggage. If possible, pack liquids in your hold baggage. Liquids include: all drink, liquid or semi-liquid foods, cosmetics and toiletries, sprays, pastes, gels, contact lens solution and any other solutions and items of similar consistency*.
If you do take liquids in your hand luggage, containers must hold no more than 100ml, containers must be in a single, transparent, resealable plastic bag, which holds no more than a litre and you’re limited to 1 plastic bag per person.
For more information look at the website of the airport you are travelling from before departing.