In the UK and Europe, regulations regarding bringing disposable vapes on an airplane may vary depending on the airline and the specific country you are traveling to or from. However, in general, most airlines and countries allow passengers to bring electronic cigarettes and vaping devices, including disposable vapes, in their carry-on luggage, but not in their checked luggage.
It is recommended that you check with your airline and the relevant authorities in your destination country before traveling with vaping devices, as regulations and restrictions may vary. Additionally, some airlines may have specific guidelines or restrictions regarding the use of electronic cigarettes and vaping devices during the flight.
It is important to handle your vaping devices with care and follow any guidelines or instructions provided by the manufacturer. Vaping devices can pose a fire hazard if they are damaged or malfunctioning, and it is important to take appropriate safety measures when traveling with them.