[Sca-cooks] Threat Levels at Airports

ysabeau ysabeau at mail.ev1.net
Thu Aug 10 08:14:30 PDT 2006

Actually, they are allowing liquid prescription medications 
(properly labeled, etc.) and liquid baby formula. This is 
according to the latest travel advisory from our travel 
department. I work for an Japanese company with people flying all 
over the world all the time. We get corporate travel alerts when 
this type of thing happens. 


---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Sharon Gordon" <gordonse at one.net>
Reply-To: Cooks within the SCA <sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org>
Date: Thu, 10 Aug 2006 11:06:44 -0400

>> For those of you flying in to Pennsic, you need to know that 
the threat
>> levels at US airports have been raised to the highest level.  
This means
>> increased security, time waiting in line for security checks, 
>> Also...you are now forbidden to take any kind of liquid or gel
>> (including toothpaste!!) in your carry-on luggage.
>Wow, so this means infants and toddlers can't eat or drink for 
the duration
>of the flight unless the mother is actively breastfeeding during 
the flight
>as you couldn't bring expressed breast milk or any sort of baby 
food since
>it's in paste/gel form and juice in liquid form.  On some flights 
>might be the possibility of alternate brands of bottled water 
that might or
>might not make the child have an upset stomach due to a switch of 
brands and
>nonorganic apple or orange juice made from sprayed fruit, but 
that's usually
>the closet thing to anything babies could have. The ecoli levels 
and other
>bacteria are often high in airliner water tanks so it's not 
recommend that
>anyone take chances on the nonbottled water.  The only other 
>would be to take a chance on the airline provided bottled water 
and hoping
>the flight is calm enough to try and mix a powdered formula.
>No one could give or take any liquid medications during the 
flight either.
>Do alcoholic beverages or soda survive in noncarryon luggage?
>Sharon, pondering 12+ hour flights with babies that have no food 
or drink or
>needed medications
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