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Liquids, gels, sprays and food banned from Thai airports and airplanes from yesterday

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Liquids, gels, sprays and food banned from Thai airports and airplanes from yesterday

 

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Caption: Strict enforcement

 

Sanook said that D-Day for new Civil Aviation Authority bans on a whole host of foods, liquids and cosmetic products came in yesterday.

 

All items must be under 100 milliliters or they cannot come into passenger areas or be carried on planes. 

 

They include toothpaste, shampoo, sauce, jam and even perfume.

 

The ban applies to all 28 airports under the CAA authority. Amphawan Wannago was in video conference with airports regarding implementation of the ban on Friday.

 

Signage in Thai shows that popular foods such as curry and "nam prik" (a condiment) are also banned if in sufficient quantity. 

 

Each passenger must also have less than a combined total of 1,000 milliliters of such products. Products must also be in sealed containers specifying the quantity. 

 

Items on the banned list include:

 

Water, drinks, soup, syrup, jam, stew, sauce, nam prik, foods in sauce, creams, lotions, cosmetics, oil, perfume, toothpaste, shampoo, shower gel, spray, foam, mascara, lipstick and lip balm. 

 

Source: Sanook

 

 

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No good - now my wife will insist we take the bus to places instead of flying ! More 'products' in the banned list.

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And we all have to thank the Islamic terrorist for that, who made traveling a pain in the ass with all the security scrutinise time consuming and the billions that it costs the airlines which we the travelers ultimately pay for... 

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It ain't actually flying that I don't like, it's that they seem to do everything they can to make passing through airports as miserable an experience as possible!☹️

 

"Passengers will be able to carry liquids and laptops through security at Heathrow inside their hand luggage after new security scanners are installed".

 

In other news, there's now a smoking room at London Heathrow T2, whilst Thailand bans smoking in all airports!

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This is just hand luggage right, I thought this was the case for years?

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2 minutes ago, Essex Reject said:

?? This came into force years back, right?

This seems to be an extension of that rule. More 'products' in the list.

 

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I have carried frozen food e.g. cheese, curries etc on domestic flights many times - now seems even that is stopped  😡

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5 minutes ago, Essex Reject said:

?? This came into force years back, right?

In the rest of the civilised world yes, but Thailand being Thailand, thought they had the right to be different as they were Thai.

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Hells Bells! Krispy Kreme donut outlets inside airports will immediately be going out of business!

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23 minutes ago, webfact said:

Sanook said that D-Day for new Civil Aviation Authority bans on a whole host of foods, liquids and cosmetic products came in yesterday.

The authorities may have overlooked a few things...

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8 minutes ago, Orton Rd said:

This is just hand luggage right, I thought this was the case for years?

 

Yes right, for all international flights and at some domestic airports it has been the case for years.

 

This story is just saying that now it will be enforced at all airports.

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Just more confiscated stuff for the airport staff to take home

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