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Things You Can Take on a Plane

May 8, 2023
Things You Can Take on a Plane
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  1. Support Gold Fish                                                                                   We all know the TSA carry on 3-1-1 rule…3.4 ounces or less per container, 1-quart size, clear plastic, zip top bag and 1 bag per passenger.  But what if you want to bring a fully cooked turkey or gold fish with you on board, is that permitted?  Yes, you can take a fully cooked meal of meat, seafood along with sides of veggies and even pie for dessert.  If you are planning on wine or soft cheese as your appetizer you will need to restrict yourself to 3.4 oz or less.  If your emotional support animal is a gold fish, never fret you can accompany you on your next flight.  It will need to be restrained in a clear plastic bag with only 3.4 oz of water.
  1. ‘Rad’ Idea

At the time of writing this post, the Corona pandemic was still affecting travel habits but thankfully less than in the recent past.   TSA had relaxed their restrictions on personal hand sanitizer and were allowing up to 12 oz per passenger.  Before you leave for the airport, check for current regulations.  But what about other threats to your well being?   Want to monitor your surroundings for other dangerous invisible threats like radiation?  You will be relieved to know that your Geiger counter can be brought on board or placed in your check luggage.

  1. Getting Pumped Up

If your final destination is your in-laws and you refuse to sleep on the lumpy sofa bed one more time, you can bring your air mattress with built-in pump.  Best to check with your airlines for weight and size restrictions.  It will need to fit in the overhead compartment.

  1. Come Out Swinging

Headed to the annual family ‘swing-off’?  You will need to place your slugger in your checked bag.

  1. Dearly Departed

Sadly, there are times when you need to transport your dearly departed cremains.  They are permitted in your carry-on bags but the urn should be a light weight material such as wood or plastic so the screening image is not obstructed.  Best to call your airlines before your departure.  Want to bring your beloved’s favorite flowers with you, TSA won’t stop you.

  1. The Big Chill

Buying bottles of water once you have passed through TSA seems like such a waste of money and resources but you can’t bring water through a check point so what are you to do?  Bring an empty reusable water bottle or thermos and you can save hard cash and the environment.  Want icy cold water?  Filling your vessel with cubes of ice is legit.  Just leave your ice pick in your checked bags.

  1. Conquer Black Holes

Now that you know what some of the more unique items that you can pack in your carry on you need to find a piece of luggage that enables you to easily find and retrieve your precious cargo.  Carry-ons are notorious for being black holes.  You know you packed it but you just can’t find it.  The ‘ULTI’ ™ messenger bag by CONMIGO® with its brightly colored interior and plethora of secured pockets keeps you organized and ready for whatever the road has in store.  Travel organized, comfortable and safe.  The ‘ULTI’ convertible briefcase helps to take the frustration out of travel.  Get yours at

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