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aquacorps

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Has anyone traveled by air with a flask recently? I will be attending the paph guild in California in January and I was wondering if I could bring flasks home in my carry-on bag. Rusty
 

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I am from Connecticut in the United States. The Flask will travel only in the United States. The liquid issue has me worried and I don't want a problem at the gate. rusty
 
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L I Jane

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To be on the safe side I'd ship them home.You wouldn't want them to be confiscated.
 
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lienluu

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I do not think you can anymore. I know someone who routinely flies out to his flasker to pick-up his flasks and carries them onboard. Since the new regulations he has not been able to do this so he's had them shipped. You could pack them in your check-in, but i don't know how jumbled they'd get.
 
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lienluu said:
You could pack them in your check-in, but i don't know how jumbled they'd get.
I don't think they would get any more jumbled than any of our oh so "wonderful" shipping services would care for them. Besides, they would have to get on a plane somewhere anyway, right?
 

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Oh, my sister tried to bring home some homemade plum jam in her carry on and it was conviscated because it was more than 3oz. Apparently anything gelatinous is regarded as a liquid so I would imagine flasks would be out also.
 
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