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Below is what I found out. You might want to check the airline you're flying with.

"For personal use, there is currently no restriction on the number of spare batteries allowed in a traveler’s carry-on luggage. This means cell phone batteries, hearing aid button cells ..."

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More details here:

You can take more batteries if they are replaceable zinc-air batteries (e.g., 10A, 312A, 13A, 675A).

You are allowed only Lithium ion (Li-ion) rechargeable batteries in the hearing aids, but not extra spare ones).

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And when I forgot to bring enough hearing aid batteries, I have had no problem getting them lakeside. Me? where do I get mine? Costco. Why Costco? that's where I bought my hearing aids and the price is right,

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