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#190845 14-Jan-2016 13:08

I'm flying with carry-on baggage only for the first time.  Any recommendations on the best bag for taking liquids etc, need to carry a few things so want to maximise capacity.


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  #1470779 14-Jan-2016 13:11
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you are limited to 100ml so not much you can take

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  #1470786 14-Jan-2016 13:17
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  #1470788 14-Jan-2016 13:20
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In fairness they're pretty relaxed when it comes to the size of the liquids bag. I've taken two liquids/gels bags through security before and they haven't looked twice at it.




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  #1470795 14-Jan-2016 13:23
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Domestic v Intl not specified.

No restriction on domestic :)

Other than that, you have to adhere to outlined. Some airports supply bags if you don't have one suitable at screening (Brisbane for one)

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  #1470807 14-Jan-2016 13:29
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Oblivian: Domestic v Intl not specified.

No restriction on domestic :)

Other than that, you have to adhere to outlined. Some airports supply bags if you don't have one suitable at screening (Brisbane for one)


My above comment was international too, out of Auckland :)

The news outlet shop thing-o just before you go to clear security sells them for 20c at Auckland International too, decent size.




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  #1470808 14-Jan-2016 13:29
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From memory, a 1 litre bag.
I use a Ziplock bag.  Had no issues with it.




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