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

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11 minutes ago, The Stranger said:

Sanook is not a reliable source, I took a look to the official aot website https://www.airportthai.co.th/en/%e0%b8%a1%e0%b8%b2%e0%b8%95%e0%b8%a3%e0%b8%81%e0%b8%b2%e0%b8%a3%e0%b8%ab%e0%b9%89%e0%b8%b2%e0%b8%a1%e0%b8%99%e0%b8%b3%e0%b8%82%e0%b8%ad%e0%b8%87%e0%b9%80%e0%b8%ab%e0%b8%a5%e0%b8%a7%e0%b8%82%e0%b8%b6/ and everything is more or less like before: one can board liquids, but they must not exceed the limit of 100ml, and anyway not exceeding the total allowance of 1000ml

 

From the link you posted, I wonder if this below the actual change/revision to the already existing regulations???

 

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Additional conditions started using this June 23, 2019.

Curry sauce, dipping sauce, local food In volume that exceeds the limit That has been relaxed for domestic flights will not be excluded Passengers must bring with the luggage carried under the plane. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Orton Rd said:

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

I thought so too. I think most of us are conditioned to fly with less than 100ml of liquids that it's second nature.

 

Can see big delays though as the Thais will typically ignore all the signs/posters...

 

 

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Liquids were always in the suitcase only 100 MLS was ever allowed.i never carry anything like that.but u can buy all u want once u clear security at any airport for dbl the price.just try not to buy anything at LHR it is expensive.

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1 hour ago, missoura said:

The authorities may have overlooked a few things...

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you mean the one with the striped pants? yeah, she looks suspicious to me as well 555

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

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. 

Other than "cosmetics" I see only liquids and gels, nothing new here.

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2 hours ago, missoura said:

The authorities may have overlooked a few things...

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Yep, passengers - they are currently still allowed in airports but it is currently under review. 

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2 hours ago, ezzra said:

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... 

Not one of the listed products have been used or killed in terrorists attacks.   It's the collective paranoia.  There are people innocent people dying from bombing by criminal rogue terrorist states and nobody is even daring to condemn.  

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1 hour ago, Vacuum said:

Guitars are not on the new list of banned items.

I love 'em new .50 guitars. Good for playing Death Metal.

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41 minutes ago, Youlike said:

Few weeks ago i departed from Swampy...in the plane i checked my bag again and found a full bottle of water that i had forgotten.

 

I had passed all the checkpoints with it (accidently) and made it into the plane.

AFAIK, apart from when United used to service BKK-NRT with their own aircraft, along with flights to Australia, these were the only ones that had a 'top-of-the-stairs' hand-carry bag check where water bottles had to be dumped. Buying bottled water on departures to take on the plane is generally permitted, no? I usually grab one from the fridge in the lounge before heading to the gate.

 

If you mean that it has slipped by the initial per-immigration security checks, then yes, someone wasn't paying attention.

 

I dislike AMS where they restrict the water that can be taken onboard; even if it has been purchased air-side. Since KLM like many others, hand out those pathetic, tear-off top plastic cups of drinking water, I always liked to bring my own. Last time they allowed me a maximum of 3 x 300 ml water bottles bought in departures.

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49 minutes ago, Youlike said:

Few weeks ago i departed from Swampy...in the plane i checked my bag again and found a full bottle of water that i had forgotten.

 

I had passed all the checkpoints with it (accidently) and made it into the plane.

It happens. I travelled from Thailand and around Europe in three countries before upon return trip in Helsinki they took away the scissors I had been hauling (apparently 1cm too long).

 

If somebody really wants to get items on board I doubt any of these measures help at all. They do however cause a lot of inconvenience, especially the strange taking off the shoes ritual at swampy. Don't know how many times I've mooned the line behind me when my belt was still on the conveyor and I was bending to get my shoes on. Blame the authoritaaaaahhhh.

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2 hours ago, missoura said:

The authorities may have overlooked a few things...

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Gotta be a fake pic.

 

Never seen departure immigration so empty.

 

Ever.

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

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

King power duty wins.

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56 minutes ago, Pilotman said:

Poor translation is absolutely no excuse for ambiguity in aviation. The language of aviation world wide is English, both written and spoken.  if they can't get someone to do it correctly, then they should be black marked as a risk country.  Pathetic really.  

This is the press though. I think the failure in accuracy falls on the reporter rather than the AA. Rules and regs make poor news, so they jazz it up a bit and throw accuracy to the wind.

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2 hours ago, Essex Reject said:

?? This came into force years back, right?

This reads as if it is forbidden to enter the airport itself with these items. Or am i misreading this?

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