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    Member Mitchyd's Avatar
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    I have done it. Like Terry Joz, just make sure they are under the 3.4 oz rule and put them in a ziplock bag. Not sure about the flight attendant part, just don't let them see

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    Senior Member WaltVB's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    make certain that the flight attendants do not see it!
    Not a problem if they see it, it's legal to bring on board... BUT don't let them catch you drinking it! When flying first class, I sometimes wind up with a couple of "extra" bottles as usually the FAs are very generous, especially if you are heading to Aruba!

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    Senior Member Shnyda's Avatar
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    I have in the past made a cocktail with alcohol purchased duty free. This of course is against United Airlines policy --- but as long as you are not getting rowdy and not being obvious they wont bother you.
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    Senior Member brady bear's Avatar
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    I usually pack some rum or "other" medicine in those little travel size bottles...(but put them in my husband's bag... don't want to go to the naughty room... ) (but would laugh the whole way down there lol)
    Will just order some diet coke or spite zero..... but what is really good; get some water and add the flavor mix to it than add that special medicine to it.
    Feels like a tropical drink. lol

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    the worst scenario- you just drink them right there...LOL...Last visit to Aruba(on the plane), flight attendant sells them(alcohol),..and if I am not mistaken-the cost was $5, for 50 ml bottle of red label of Johnny Walker, so I did buy 3 of those, and a can of Cola(free), and it was a nice drink...Flight from NYC is only 4h25 min...

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    Senior Member AUA1989's Avatar
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    Now I know why I received a tiny flask as a gift once!! It holds 3 oz, which I believe is about 2 of those little bottles. I always wondered why the flask was so small. Now, I believe it is for plane travel and would pass TSA. However, I think the hassle it might cause with TSA and/or flight attendants is well worth the $5 for a couple drinks on the plane to avoid those hassles.

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