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

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2 minutes ago, smilemaker said:

"Islamic Terrorists"...Israel and Secret Societies are not islamic.

Thank them for  these Rules ' to enforce control over the world, and help build their NWO.

Take a step back and look at the big picture...World Control.

As Saddam said, the "Gates of Hell" were opened in Iraq.

 

Whilst in no way condoning it, are we surprised that such things produce terrorism? Then there's Syria, and maybe Iran?

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6 hours ago, canopus1969 said:

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

Yes, some curries are more dangerous than the dreaded "bottle of water and jam". You would not want a spoon of jam in the eye from a terrorist, would you? 

I would love to see the TV advertsements. Scinario:

Terrorist stands up in a plane during mid flight and says. This plane is being hijacked, stand back, I have a whole jar of jam!!! And a bottle of water! Don't tempt me to use them! Ahmet over there also has some aged Camembert, that is off in his bag and is not afraid to use it, now take this plane to Mecca.

The Thai Aviation Authority is a joke.

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Liquids and gels in containers of 100mls or larger or a combined total of 1lt have been banned on International flights for years thanks to members of the religion of peace trying to blow up passenger planes. It's a pain in the arse but then again so is an explosion on your plane at 35,000 feet. 

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Just now, reargunnerph3 said:

Liquids and gels in containers of 100mls or larger or a combined total of 1lt have been banned on International flights for years thanks to members of the religion of peace trying to blow up passenger planes. It's a pain in the arse but then again so is an explosion on your plane at 35,000 feet. 

That should read larger than 100mls

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Next they will require to use the toilet before bording to release excess internal fluids...

 

Taichung airport you can take liquids laptop no problem. Might be all those fighter jets under camouflage hangars when you taxi so

they don’t worry about it. 

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7 hours ago, Essex Reject said:

?? This came into force years back, right?

Thailand is as we know a little behind - approx 100 years so with this fact in mind they should be considered as  a early bird in this setting … :thumbsup:

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7 hours ago, Orton Rd said:

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

For international flights yes, but It has never been implemented/enforced on domestic flights in Thailand before, except for bottled water. The over-zealous idiots at Nakhon Phanom airport once would not even allow me to take an empty bottle through security!

 

I just hope that the 'unopened' bit is wrong as small under 100ml opened medical creams, sprays, small toothepaste tubes, etc., are allowed through everywhere else in the World. I dont put them in checked baggage in case they are lost. But as with so many things Thais misinterpret it and get it wrong!

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7 minutes ago, ttrd said:

Thailand is as we know a little behind - approx 100 years so with this fact in mind they should be considered as  a early bird in this setting … :thumbsup:

I think you need to read back a bit.

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7 hours ago, TallGuyJohninBKK said:

 You're being a bit dense...

 

The OP article says BAN, but what it really says in the details is no individual item of the banned list can exceed 100 ml, and the total of such items cannot exceed 1 Kg. in a single bag.

 

That's essentially the rule that has applied to carry on luggage internationally for a long time.

 

 

So plan on leaving your big sizes of toothpaste, shampoo and shaving foam at home, and get used to carry the little mini sized travel portions when flying.

 

It says 'sealed containers only'  which is new(and wrong I hope) as everywhere else in the World including Suvarnabhumi, items can be opened and part used.

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6 hours ago, ExpatPH said:

Old news.

My food items bought in Big-C was confiscated half year ago, on my way out.

 

Smoking ban is one thing, food items etc is laughable. 

IO was hungry.

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One of the security girls at U-Tapao once tried to confiscate my Mature Cheddar on the grounds that it was milk. She did get over-ruled when her supervisor intervened, but on another occasion a friend of mine lost 4 cans of Batchelors Mushy Peas because they were 125g to a tin.

 

Little did they know he'd checked in two more cans in his hold baggage.

 

Bwhahahah!!!

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One of the security girls at U-Tapao once tried to confiscate my Mature Cheddar on the grounds that it was milk. She did get over-ruled when her supervisor intervened, but on another occasion a friend of mine lost 4 cans of Batchelors Mushy Peas because they were 125g to a tin.

 

Little did they know he'd checked in two more cans in his hold baggage.

 

Bwhahahah!!!

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2 minutes ago, Traubert said:

One of the security girls at U-Tapao once tried to confiscate my Mature Cheddar on the grounds that it was milk. She did get over-ruled when her supervisor intervened, but on another occasion a friend of mine lost 4 cans of Batchelors Mushy Peas because they were 125g to a tin.

 

Little did they know he'd checked in two more cans in his hold baggage.

 

Bwhahahah!!!

Little did they care he'd checked in two more cans in his hold baggage.

Corrected that for ya - hold baggage doesn't matter 😊

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"All items must be under 100 milliliters or they cannot come into passenger areas or be carried on planes."
 
Huh? I've been organizing my carry-on stuff like that since many years already. There have also been signs saying this at Thai airports since many years. How on Earth is this news?
My interpretation of this announcement is that, on domestic flights in Thailand, previously the 100 ml/1 l rule had exemptions for certain types of liquid, such as, for example, food items.

Apparently these exemptions have now been removed, so the rules now seem to be in alignment with the rules used elsewhere.

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

 

  There're really insane guys working. I flew to Bangkok last year in October and a woman took really all away, from a little bit of toothpaste to my mouthwash, perhaps 120 ml.

 

   Even when I was asking her if I could take out 50 ml, she denied.

 

    If they continue like that, they might lose a lot of passengers. 

 

   Is it only me, or do they make our lives somehow miserable, not only on planes? What's next? No third teeth allowed on planes? 

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