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Topic # 232184 3-Apr-2018 14:47
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I'm having a brain fade here.

 

Is it OK to take non-alcoholic drinks onto a domestic NZ flight?

 

My feeling is you can, but now I'm doubting myself.

 

 





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  Reply # 1987669 3-Apr-2018 14:47
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Allow me to introduce you folks to our new travel community: TravelTalk NZ.

 

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  Reply # 1987676 3-Apr-2018 14:51
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The Rules on Liquids,Aerosols and Gels only apply internationally,

 

You can take liquids onto domestic Jet (screened) (and other (non-screened) services) in NZ...


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1987691 3-Apr-2018 14:56
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cheers @wellygary

 

 





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  Reply # 1987702 3-Apr-2018 15:16
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There are no restrictions around LAGs on domestic flights.

 

Just don't drink booze on them. That will get you in trouble!

 

 




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  Reply # 1987705 3-Apr-2018 15:17
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I just want to take some ginger beer with me, it helps with motion sickness.





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  Reply # 1987717 3-Apr-2018 15:34
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And here's me seeing the thread title and thinking it's about BA airline pilots.


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  Reply # 1987726 3-Apr-2018 15:49
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You wouldn't be able to get them past security would you unless it is below 100mls?

 

or is that only international?

 

 

 

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I see it only applies if it is international or if the flight departs from an international terminal.

 

https://www.jetstar.com/nz/en/help/articles/what-are-the-limits-for-liquids-aerosols-and-gels  

 

 

 

If your Jetstar flight number is from JQ1 to JQ224 or JQ300 to JQ349, your flight will depart from an international terminal.

 

https://www.jetstar.com/nz/en/help/articles/domestic-flights-departing-from-an-international-terminal 


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  Reply # 1987729 3-Apr-2018 15:53
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Many national flights on the Q300 like AKL to NSN they don't even check aka zero securty checks, Take a bottle of Gin and Bourbon if you want but if you start drinking it that is when it's a no no

 

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  Reply # 1987732 3-Apr-2018 15:58
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duty free purchases after security are ok.


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  Reply # 1987743 3-Apr-2018 16:06
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kryptonjohn:

 

duty free purchases after security are ok.

 

 

Can't drink them on board the flight

 

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  Reply # 1987746 3-Apr-2018 16:09
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True. Although if you can by ginger ale then I suspect they are not going to stop you, alternatively just swig when they are not watching!

 

 




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  Reply # 1987765 3-Apr-2018 16:49
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@blackjack17 , good to know I wasn't the only one confused.





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Reply # 1987769 3-Apr-2018 16:55
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kiwifidget:

 

@blackjack17 , good to know I wasn't the only one confused.

 

 

@kiwifidget Where are you flying from and to?

 

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  Reply # 1987772 3-Apr-2018 17:08
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Auckland to Queenstown. Air NZ.





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kiwifidget:

 

Auckland to Queenstown. Air NZ.

 

 

First flight?


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