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  • Are the following items allowed on the plane?

    Well, I'm most likely to go to Miami in July, and I wan't to know if the following can be transported without having problems with cops.

    Checked in
    -Razor blades (probably like 24 blades)
    -Spray deodorant (something like 2-3 cans per suitcase)
    -Folding knive

    Hand luggage
    -Spare AA batteries (like 10)
    -FRS/GMRS 2-way radios (turned off, of course)

    I'm just trying to do a small shopping list, but I want to know what can I transport and what I can't, the flight is PTY-MIA and MIA-PTY, I think that security in MIA is going to be not that bad, as the flight is outside the US, and we fly over the US just for a little amount of time.

    Any info is appreciated.
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    Felipe Garcia

  • #2
    I think the hand luggage will be alright although you have no chance of getting razor blades etc through. Dunno about deodrant, I took some to Turkey and they said nothing but im sure it can burst.

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    • #3
      Deodrant isn't allowed in your hand luggage - I think it can burst and also can be used as a weapon (stupid as it sounds).
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      • #4
        Stick it all in your case mate. Saves arguing with them. Also if you smoke dont bother taking a lighter either.

        Less strickt in the UK on that one but appraently shit hot in the states. Although I got my lighter through imigration 3 times (needed smokes) at JFK before someone finally spotted it on the Xray
        Lee "Shaggy" Shand

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        • #5
          I can only tell you what goes in europe, I know that the US is a bit different.

          Checked in luggage:
          -Razor blades (probably like 24 blades) - yes
          -Spray deodorant (something like 2-3 cans per suitcase) - yes
          -Folding knive - yes

          Hand luggage:
          -Spare AA batteries (like 10) - yes
          -FRS/GMRS 2-way radios (turned off, of course) - yes

          Soren
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          Soren Madsen

          Spotting guide to CPH www.cphaviation.dk

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          • #6
            That can be misinterpreted. Dont you mean no its not allowed and yes its allowed. You got me a lil confused there mate ..
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            • #7
              I'm saying yes to all he wrote.

              Soren
              Regards
              Soren Madsen

              Spotting guide to CPH www.cphaviation.dk

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              • #8
                Alright.. Thanks for clearing that one up. I'll shut up now.



                J
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by MaxPower
                  Alright.. Thanks for clearing that one up. I'll shut up now.
                  By the way there is a YAk-42 at CPH now RA-42375! Landed today at 13.55 local, have no idea when it takes off?

                  Soren
                  Regards
                  Soren Madsen

                  Spotting guide to CPH www.cphaviation.dk

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                  • #10
                    Well,

                    I don't smoke, so I have no need to carry lighters.

                    For the batteries I'm making up a plan to carry them in my hand luggage but not as spare batteries.

                    2x 3AA in the radios
                    1x 6AA in the BG-E3 battery magazine.

                    that's 12 carry on, plus some in the checked in.

                    I never had problems before with deodorant, but the last time I flew inside/out of the states was back in 2002.
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                    Felipe Garcia

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                    • #11
                      For the things that are going underneath they won't say anything, I wouldn't think so as you wouldn't have access to them during flight, unless you're Jack Bower (those of you that watched last season of 24 know what I'm talking about )

                      Your carry on list is fine as well...so all I can say is have a good trip!
                      Bobby DeBarge
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by bobby
                        For the things that are going underneath they won't say anything, I wouldn't think so as you wouldn't have access to them during flight, unless you're Jack Bower (those of you that watched last season of 24 know what I'm talking about )

                        Your carry on list is fine as well...so all I can say is have a good trip!
                        The only concern was with having too much spray cans in the luggage may rise concerns among the not-so-intelligent rent-a-cops and TSA people.

                        And thanks, the trip is going to be short, like 2-3 days, just shopping.

                        Pavyyben,

                        It can be used as a weapon, just put some fire infront of it, spray the fire and you'll see the results (try it outside your house).
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                        Felipe Garcia

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                        • #13
                          Indeed, its a portable flamethrower :S
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                          • #14
                            Yep, and I think that some sprays can also be used as kind of a cutting torch, allowing you to cut the cockpit door and enter.
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                            Felipe Garcia

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by CPH Aviation
                              By the way there is a YAk-42 at CPH now RA-42375! Landed today at 13.55 local, have no idea when it takes off?

                              Soren
                              I saw that one came in over brøndbystrand, I was there between 12pm-17pm.
                              But I couldnt recognize who operated that one though. Do you know who's the operator of this one.. ?
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