The domination explains online that “fixed-cartridge razor blades (disposable razor)” are budgeted in both hand luggage and hold luggage.
This type of razor is permitted as it is not over dangerous.
This is because the blades are mounted in the head and they cannot be wipe out.
In further good news for those hoping to stay fuzz-free while away, moving razors or shavers are also allowed to be in with your hand bags.
However, blades that can be removed are not allowed.
Razor daggers are listed under “sharp and prohibited items” and are banned from manual labourer luggage.
Gatwick Airport also explains the rule online, donation the advice: “Only razors where the blade is fully and permanently included and razor cartridges are allowed in hand baggage.”
Other similar toiletry memos that are allowed in hand luggage are tweezers and nail clippers.
Knives (with a on the button or pointed blade and/or blade longer than 6cm) are also banned from ovation luggage.
Again, you should check if you to put this in the hold.
Travellers should also note that corkscrews are check from being carried in hand luggage – but in hold luggage is filamentous.