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Old March 11th, 2004, 11:49 AM
Ulf Kutzner
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RAK schrieb:

I have seen rules that you cannot bring and drink your own booze, though I
dont know how they can stop you opening your duty free bottle.


They can take away your bottle opener and/or the bottle.

Regards, ULF

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Old March 11th, 2004, 05:36 PM
Not the Karl Orff
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In article ,
(BFSON) wrote:

You cannot bring your own alcohol onto US flights. FAA regulations prohibit
it.


Actually, you can bring it with you.. You just ca't consume it unless
it is served by the flight crew
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Old March 11th, 2004, 06:14 PM
Dennis G. Rears
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"BFSON" wrote in message
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You cannot bring your own alcohol onto US flights. FAA regulations

prohibit it.

Actually you can as long as a flight attendant serves it to you.

dennis


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Old March 11th, 2004, 08:26 PM
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What about for longer flights? Can you bring your own alcohol onboard if

it's not in
glassware?


This is news to me, although I don't travel much to/from/within the US right
now. Which airlines are imposing this rule?

I fondly remember extracting 5 G&Ts from BA between LHR and BCN one
afternoon.


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Old March 11th, 2004, 11:12 PM
Stefan Patric
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On Wednesday 10 March 2004 05:12 pm, wrote:

What about for longer flights? Can you bring your own alcohol onboard
if it's not in glassware?


Why did you post this in rec.photo.digital, too? rec.travel.air should
have been sufficient.

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Stefan Patric

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Old March 13th, 2004, 04:54 PM
Not the Karl Orff
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In article ,
"freeda" wrote:

What about for longer flights? Can you bring your own alcohol onboard if

it's not in
glassware?


I remember extracting 5 beers and and a very large whisky from TAP staff on
a 2 hour flight from LHR-OPO.


A few years ago, I flew AA CDG-JFk in the back. Asked for red wine and
the gave me 2 1/4 or 200 ml bottles of bourdeaux. Was a very quiet pax
for a few hours after that.
 




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