Yes, although you’ll have to leave your fuel at home. While the FAA allows
you to travel with your camping stove (“Camp stoves can travel as carry-on or
checked luggage only if empty of all fuel and cleaned such that vapors and
residue are absent. Simply emptying the fuel container is insufficient as
flammable vapors remain. TSA recommends you ship these ahead of time as they are
frequently confiscated due to fuel vapors”), Federal law prohibits airlines from
taking compressed gas cylinders on board. Please check our
Jetboil Dealer Locator for a list of retailers near
your destination. As always, when in doubt, please check with the specific airline you are travelling with for complete rules and guidelines.
* Please note that Hawaiian Airlines does not allow stoves of
any kind, used or new, to be checked or carried on.