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Re: [Killietalk] hand carrying fish on airlines?
you won't be able to carry fish in your cabin carry no bag. Put them in
a styro and pack that in your checked luggage. Just check the bag in the
usual way. It will be put through the X-ray machine by the homeland
security people but in my experience that doesn't case a problem. It is
very useful to use breathable bags for this, as the resulting box is
Barry J. Cooper
Sweet Home, OR 97386
Bruce J. Turner, Dept. Biol. Sci., VPISU, Blacksburg, VA 240 wrote:
> I'll be attending the WCW in Portland, and I've been presuming that I could hand
> carry any fish that I might pick up onto my flights. I used to do this all the
> time, but it has been many years since I've tried it. The light suddenly dawned
> on me a few minutes ago that maybe one can't do it anymore. Since liquids are
> not permitted, do they make an exception for fish? Or is the whole idea now
> impractical? Should I just figure that I'll have to ship the fish separately?
> Bruce J. Turner
> Dept. Biol. Sci.
> VIRGINIA TECH
> Blacksburg, VA 24061 USA
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