A patient can bring a higher amount of medication than required for the stay to anticipate unforeseen events. For medicines containing controlled substances, including cannabis, a patient can bring only the amount required for 30 days of treatment with a medical justification/doctor’s statement. The patient needs to contact the authority responsible for Customs and/or Civil Aviation in their country to find out the necessary documents required to transport medical cannabis.

Necessary Details

– Medical justification/doctor’s statement  

– Bring required amount for 30 days of treatment

Contact Details/Documents

– National Civil Aviation Authority:


Medical: Legal

Recreational: Decriminalised

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