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Airport smoking ban, the VELO alternative

Airport smoking ban, the VELO alternative
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Airport smoking ban, the VELO alternative

If you regularly consume nicotine by smoking or vaping, the thought of catching a flight can be a daunting one. Indeed, many airports no longer have a smoking area and are therefore completely non-smoking.

If you're planning a long-haul flight or transiting through an airport without a smoking area, VELO nicotine pouches are an alternative for enjoying your trip!

Can you smoke cigarettes at airports?

Rules on smoking vary from country to country. They also vary from airport to airport. For this reason, it can sometimes be difficult to get your bearings! In many airports, smoking is no longer permitted once you’ve passed through security.

Geneva and Zurich airports still offer smoking areas in their terminals, but this is not the case for many airports in Europe and around the world.

Smoking policy in some European airports

Some European airports, for example, Amsterdam-Schiphol, Oslo-Gardermoen and Stockholm-Arlanda Airports are non-smoking, with no smoking area for transit passengers. This is also the case for airports in England, which have banned smoking from their airports. London's Heathrow and Gatwick airports, and Glasgow-Prestwick are smoke-free.

Smoking policy in some international airports

There are also many non-smoking airports around the world. For example, Canada’s Pearson Toronto Airport, Australia’s Sydney Airport and China’s Beijing Airport have no smoking areas once through security. In the USA, the vast majority of airports are non-smoking, such as New-York’s Newark-Liberty and John F. Kennedy (JFK) airports, as well as Miami, San-Francisco, and Chicago international airports.

If you're planning a flight or transit to these destinations, don't forget your VELO nicotine pouches!

This list is not exhaustive, and airports regularly update their rules on smoking. We advise you to find out before you leave whether smoking areas are available in the airports you plan to visit during your trip, whether it's your departure, arrival and/or transit airport.

Can you vape at airports?

Just as the rules on smoking differ from country to country, so do the rules on e-cigarettes, which frequently change. What's more, while information on smoking and smoking areas is clearly visible in airports, it isn’t necessarily the case for e-cigarettes and vape. You'll need to be vigilant and informed before you travel.

However, some countries and territories prohibit e-cigarettes and the import of vape device. In these countries, you won't be able to take your vape with you or use an e-cigarette device at the airport or anywhere else in the country. Always check local laws before taking your e-cigarette on a trip.

Nicotine pouches, a better alternative to a cigarette* at airports?

VELO Nicotine pouches are a better alternative to a cigarette* and vape, they can be used in airports and on flights. Velo Nicotine Pouches have no smoke and no smoke odour**. They are one of the most discreet ways to consume nicotine and can be used in some places where cigarettes and e-cigarettes are prohibited.

VELO nicotine pouches are the ideal solution for all your journeys, whatever the mode of transport.

Are you a user of nicotine-containing products and planning a long trip? Don't panic! Discover VELO nicotine pouches!



*Velo™ nicotine pouches contain no tobacco and do not produce smoke or vapour when used. They generate less odour, no smoke and no ash. This product is not risk-free and contains nicotine, an addictive substance.

**This product is not risk-free and contains nicotine, an addictive substance.


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