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Old Aug 12, 06, 3:14 pm   #1
 
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Question: Lipstick in carry on?

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Old Aug 12, 06, 3:20 pm   #2
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what are you hearing?
we are hearing that this should be posted in the Security foum and also attached to the opened thread there as opposed to starting a new one.....

This has nothing to do with AA, nothing!!!

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we are hearing that this should be posted in the Security foum and also attached to the opened thread there as opposed to starting a new one.....

This has nothing to do with AA, nothing!!!

and btw, Welcome to FT!

My mistake.
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Take a look at this thread from the Women's Forum
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I think the term I've heard used is "lip gloss." On TV, they showed a passenger just before going through security putting on her lip gloss before having to throw it out.

I, myself, hope it won't get all the way down to lip stick, which I assume would include stuff like Chap Stick. I'm kind of sensitive to dry air, and use the stuff all the time.

This whole issue is making me inclined to travel less by air. Too much of a hassle. I'm starting to wonder what's next. You're only allowed past security just wearing your underwear? Even then, that won't stop an individual who "swallowed a bomb." Of course, eating at Taco Bell just before arriving at the airport can cause a type of gastric explosion in itself. When will it end...
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Old Aug 12, 06, 3:59 pm   #6
 
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I, myself, hope it won't get all the way down to lip stick, which I assume would include stuff like Chap Stick. I'm kind of sensitive to dry air, and use the stuff all the time.
I flew on 8/10 out of PHL and they made me put my chapstick in a checked bag. They were also concerned about meds (including liqui-gel capsules), etc.
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Please see enhanced threads on this topic in TravelBuzz, Travel Safety/Security, and Women Travelers.

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