Many people that travel frequently want to know how to best pack their carry-on baggage to avoid any delays or hassles at the airport.

There are current TSA regulations that have very specific guidelines about what can and cannot be carried on an airplane.

One item that is often questioned is the quart size bag.

This bag must meet certain size requirements in order to be allowed through airport security.

The definition of a quart size bag is a clear, plastic, zip-top bag that has approximate dimensions of 7 x 8 cubic inches.

Anything larger than this will not be permitted.

Each passenger is allowed to bring one quart-sized bag of liquids in their carry-on bag and through the checkpoint.

These are limited to travel-sized containers that are 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) or less per item.

If you try to bring a clear quart-sized baggie filled with items that exceed 3.4 ounces, TSA will most likely confiscate those items.

A general rule to make sure you have the perfect size resealable bag is to check the TSA website.