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    I am travelling to Switzerland in a couple of weeks time, camping. I want to take my camping stove with me.

    I know I obviously can't take the actual gas canisters with me. But, I have heard about people who have had their stoves confiscated as they have/may have traces of fuel on them? I also have a metal bottle which I can use instead of gas canisiters for putting liquid fuel in. Again, there is no fuel in it, but it has contained fuel. Is that a no go?

    Any one got any experience of this kind of thing? Should I tell them I have it when I go to check in? Or risk it?

    I would recommend phoning the airline before travel and asking, as they may have individual policies.


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