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    baby's bottle on airline

    hi guys, haven't flown for a few years but am thinking of a short trip to singapore, i know they are pretty rigid with security over liquids going on the aircraft, how would this affect a baby's bottle

    my little un uses it as a comforter and would be seriously not happy if it was empty on boarding

    just trying to preempt a potential problem, any experiences anyone, cheers

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    Bring the bottle, with powdered milk only and ask the airline staff to fill it on the plane with hot water.

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    i took read mixed sealed carton baby milk. They made me open it and put it in the baby's bottles and taste it.

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    Leaving BKK they completely ignored the bottle of baby milk. At LHR security I had to drink some of it to get through, then got a "secondary" for complimenting the uniform on the wonderful job he was doing to keep the skies safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Wilson View Post
    Bring the bottle, with powdered milk only and ask the airline staff to fill it on the plane with hot water.
    Yes....nearly all airline staffs quite appreciate babies on board.

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    cheers guys for all the tips

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    Quote Originally Posted by capello View Post
    cheers guys for all the tips
    Yep it will be ok to take it on board but some airlines will ask you to take drink to prove it is ok

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    It's all a pile of bollox.
    I got off a plane in Doha a few weeks back to transfer to the Bangers flight.
    Girl who got off my flight behind me had a bloody meat clever in her hand luggage.
    And last year I was on a flight to Heathrow and there was a bird that had a bag that looked like it was made out of det cord.
    BOOM!!!!!!
    Simples.
    Falling asleep and waking up is not the same as passing out and coming to.

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