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  • Anonymous

    RoadKing
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    For as long as I have been travelling, I have never thought much of what I have placed in the suitcase when I knew I would check it in.

    This includes bottles, containing wine, beer or spirits.

    As I read the announcement that Club travellers were once again allowed to bring to carry on items, I recalled I had read something about liquids and the US (of course, it is always about the US).

    Then, at the BA Information page I found this (travelling BA, that’s why it is BA):

    Flammable liquids – paint, petrol, lighter refills, solvents, varnish, etc.

    “Flammable liquids”… Spirits will burn, does it mean it is illegal to pack for baggage to be checked in as well?

    The reason I am asking is because I had in mind to bring a bottle with a very special liquor to my friends wedding.

    Thx

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