Vaping is currently banned on all platforms in the UK, as Network Rail, the company which manages a number of the largest train stations, has upheld a ban on vaping on any of their platforms. Smaller stations don’t allow vaping whilst on the platform either, so anyone looking to vape before catching the train will have to do so before entering the station.
A number of train operators, including Virgin Trains and TfL, have also said that vaping isn’t allowed when you’re on the train. In spite of this, travelling by train is a little easier for vapers as you won’t have to go through the same security checks as is the case for air travel.
If you’re heading somewhere new and want to make sure you can stock up if you e-cigarette or e-liquid runs out, take a look at our Store Locator for a list of all the places that sell blu® products. If you’re planning on flying abroad, make sure to check out our blog on how to travel with e-cigarettes on a plane, or if you’re thinking of heading out to sea, read through our tops tips on how to use e-cigarettes on a cruise ship.