It can go in any of her bags although if she won't need it until reaching her destination, it might be better in her hold baggage to save having to carry it. If it's fragile, it'll be better in her hand luggage.
Dazbo HT Mod wrote:joeseptuk,
There are no changes at present. Keep a lookout on here and in the news for any relaxing of the liquids restrictions.
Think the preposed changes have been scrapped due to presure from the american government
America warns EU not to relax airplane liquids ban
andy66 wrote:Perhaps if you watch channel 4 at 9pm tonight ( 26 April) you might not feel so angry at why the rules are as they are :que
I watched it, very informative
But have you seen the news tonight, underpant bomber, strikes again but was caught
But the bomb maker is still out there, and is a growing concern for the airlines, so looks like x-ray scanners going to get used alot more, as this is the only way to detect the bomb
I would have one concern about this, if they detect someone with a bomb in his underpants, whats to stop him detonating it in the airport
Joe , i would like to think that intelligence plays a big part in removing risks like the pants man, as in the c4 programme they knew they had to watch those people , they knew something was going on , it was just finding out what it was , its about staying one step ahead, theres a lot of time, money and effort that goes into trying to keep our airports and airlines as safe as possible, we just have to trust that there are goods reasons why we have to follow regulations and procedures even if they seem annoying because we're in holiday mode
Liquids ban should not be lifted next year, say UK airports
A European ban on airline passengers carrying liquids in hand luggage should not be lifted as planned next year, British airport operators have warned, because a relaxation will trigger "chaos" in terminals.
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With permission from The Guardian
Biggest scare I've had was at Bodrum last year coming back from Turkey, there were signs up saying that electronics had to be declared. This is at entrance to the airport and signs above check in desks. I honestly thought that hubby & I were going to have things confiscated but when we got to security, nothing was said about any of the gadgets we had. The only explanation I can think of is that up until a few years ago, electronics did have to be declared and the signs haven't been taken down.
Moved from Thomson Airways to Hand Luggage topic. Dazbo HT Mod
They are actually listed on the "security guidelines" pdf as:-
Sunaddict wrote:As they contain liquid I would say they need to go in your liquids bag, or at least make sure you have room for them in there, and they don't take you over your liquids 'allowance'.
As the lenses are individually sealed,the 100ml limit doesn't apply - and,as I said, security @ Gatwick actually told my wife that she didn't need to show them in a clear plassy bag.
brewerdave wrote:Sunaddict wrote:As they contain liquid I would say they need to go in your liquids bag, or at least make sure you have room for them in there, and they don't take you over your liquids 'allowance'.
As the lenses are individually sealed,the 100ml limit doesn't apply - and,as I said, security @ Gatwick actually told my wife that she didn't need to show them in a clear plassy bag. :tup
Same here, never had to show them even though i asked, something to do with them being sealed.
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