You have planned to travel to your dream destinations and want to bring baggage, as well as other possible things you might need on your trip. You can go through the official information of the particular airline you are traveling with or simply follow this article to learn about the restrictions on the items you will bring with you for the entire trip. So the question is, can you take a lighter on a plane? So the answer is yes, you may bring lighters such as Arc lighters, plasma lighters, electronic lighters, e-lighters, etc., and are allowed in carry bags but on special instruction. The measures should be taken to avoid any type of mishap or unintentional activation of the heating element while boarding the aircraft. It is not allowed inside the checked bags because it can lead to any mishap.
In zippo or disposal lighters are allowed on planes, like inside your carry-on bags, but in the case of checked bags, you need to follow the special instructions such as removing the entire fuel from the lighter and then only keeping it in the checked bags or if you have brought two fueled lighters which are properly enclosed in a DOT approved case.
You are not allowed to bring the torch lighters, which are called Butane lighters, plasma lighters, blue flame lighters, or jet flame lighters, in the cabin as well as not in the checked bags. It is restricted by both Hazardous materials regulations and TSA security rules.
Lighters that consist of liquid fuel but do not have an absorbent lining are not allowed.