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Re: Fish in carry-on
Carry-on is the only way to go and I don't even mention it.
Be prepared to show the fish at the security gate (only if necessary),
and once you have
cleared that gate the airline will not care. If they would ask me I
would simply say they are
a present for my grandaughter. In all reality why would they care about
On Sun, 07 Oct 2001 10:10:56 -0700 Barry Cooper <bjc3 at cornell_edu>
> How airlines react to having live fish on board varies. I recently
> was on a trip to Canada and brought back some live fish on Air
> Canada flights. I checked the box as baggage and told them that it
> contained live fish. They said "fine" and the fish arrived in good
> condition. It was just as well I did not try to mislead them, as
> they told me that part of the cargo area of the plane we were on was
> unheated. If they'd been in there it would not have had a good
> outcome. Other airlines, from experiences others have had, will
> refuse to carry live fish. I suggest you ask them first.
> At 11:15 AM 10/7/01 -0400, you wrote:
> >I will be going to New York City at the end of the month and had
> >to buy some fish.I have done this before ant put the fish in my
> >bag. Now with the bags being searched I am worried. Has anyone had
> >recent experience with fish on planes ?
> >Thanks Bill
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