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Can i take my own food on the flight?

Discussion in 'Transportation & Travel' started by luvthemansion, Mar 21, 2010.

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    :wave: is it ok to take sandwiches on our ba flight to orlando? :unsure: I know theres a liquid ban or is there now? :nono::hug2:
     
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    This is what BA say on their website.

    Specific restrictions on liquids
    Restrictions on the quantities of liquids, gels or pastes are:

    •they must be held in individual containers not exceeding 100ml
    •the containers must be carried in a separate, clear-plastic, zip-top or re-sealable bag
    •the bag must not exceed 20cm x 20cm (8ins x 8ins) in dimensions
    •the bag must not exceed one litre (1.75 pints) capacity
    •the bag must be completely closed
    •the items must fit comfortably in the bag
    •the bag must be x-ray screened separately from other hand baggage at airport security points.
    You can purchase duty-free liquids at the airport or on board if your journey is wholly within the EU.

    For other journeys and destinations, you should refer to the specific country restrictions.



    There's no restrictions on food but if you don't eat it all then you'll probably have to leave it on the plane as the US has a lot of restrictions on what foods can pass through their borders.

    (teabags are fine :D )
     

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