Liquid restrictions on flights

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  1. Nicky_Jones

    Nicky_Jones Well-Known Member

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    We are flying to Geneva with Ellie on Sunday. I wanted to take a beaker full of milk for her on the flight (I am assuming I will be able to get drinkable tap water once I am through security?) However does this come under the allowance of being able to take a bottle for a baby or will this not be allowed as she is nearly 18months now? Anybody any idea if I can buy full fat milk once through security at Heathrow airport terminal 4?
     
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    I would just buy a carton of follow up milk at Boots after Security. They defintely have SMA, they might have Cow and Gate as well. Makes life a lot less complicated.
     
  4. Rosieroo

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    I would either do this or check whether the airline carry full fat milk onboard. I know Virgin normally carry quite a lot, not sure about other airlines :)
     

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