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The "Flying Vaper"
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RE: The "Flying Vaper"
Hi

Just got back from Tenerife flying from Doncaster/Sheffield.

Was told by the nice customs lady who was checking my tray to put all the ecig stuff I was carrying in the clear plastic bag with my juices. She said new rule - put juice, mods and tanks all in the same clear plastic bag - although she didn't actually say mod she said battery but I chose not to pull her up on it as she had already got me to take my belt of and I was holding my pants up with one hand at the time. No vaping in the terminal had to stand outside with the stinkies.

Tenerife airport and customs no problems at all.

Asitis.
29/07/16 02:45 PM
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RE: The "Flying Vaper"
I recently flew Glasgow - Exeter return with Flybe. Just had a carry on bag, with my e-liquids in a clear plastic bag along with my washing stuff.

Going out - no problem.

Coming back, my e-liquid was confiscated at security - apparently a recently introduced regulation by Flybe (?) stated that e-liquids were flammable dangerous liquids. (Yeh, go figure).

Anyone else come across this, or know anything about it?
17/12/16 08:00 PM
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