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    As in will the food pass the safety control checks? I know the rules about liquid but its just the airport website doesn't say anything about food.

    Also, if anyone else knows, at check-in, do i have to show my insurance certificate or just my tickets and passport?

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    Yer, u can take food. Aslong as its not liquid (so no ketchup lol). (BUT I think there may be an issue if u take meat from one country to another, so no meaty sanwiches lol) but i took cake, cookies and sandwiches on a flight from england to turkey and was fine.
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    (Original post by shenzys)
    As in will the food pass the safety control checks? I know the rules about liquid but its just the airport website doesn't say anything about food.

    Also, if anyone else knows, at check-in, do i have to show my insurance certificate or just my tickets and passport?

    Thanks
    oh and u dont need to show insurance where u going? have a nice time!!!
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    depends if it's banned food in which case you can't even take it into the cargo
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    You can take food, even with a sauce, just be careful you don't exceed the liquid restrictions. Some countries are antsy about meat, fruit and and veg being brought in by passengers so just consume the food on the plane or ask the cabin staff to chuck any leftovers.

    You don't need to show proof of insurance at check in- just passport and tickets.
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    Yes you can. But you can't take liquids with more than 100ml (I thinks it's 100ml)
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    Thanks you guys!
 
 
 
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