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How much Amps can I draw from the new clubworld seat?

Old May 18, 22, 11:54 am
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Originally Posted by powershell View Post
ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM!
What's the max power battery pack I can take on board?
check BA policy. Itís quite clear.
https://www.britishairways.com/en-gb...d-restrictions
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Old May 18, 22, 12:26 pm
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Originally Posted by Krisz View Post
check BA policy. Itís quite clear.
https://www.britishairways.com/en-gb...d-restrictions
I see no mention at all of the number of elephants (or Diamond giraffes) allowed

Kudos to the mods for letting this one run, I have no idea what it is, but it's certainly getting views!
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Old May 18, 22, 3:49 pm
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Originally Posted by BertieBadger View Post
I see no mention at all of the number of elephants (or Diamond giraffes) allowed

Kudos to the mods for letting this one run, I have no idea what it is, but it's certainly getting views!
that information is on the transporting live animals section. Iím not sure if the diamond giraffes are live or dead? If dead then itís under the valuable items section. BA will transport those if you have the money.
but I think the op should lease a whole plane to do all of these experiments.
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Old May 18, 22, 4:53 pm
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mods please do the right thing, not to mention everyone a huge favour and close this thread already.
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Old May 18, 22, 6:44 pm
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Originally Posted by DYKWIA View Post
And, it's quite an art to be able to do a wind up that has people thinking, "surely he/she is not serious?".
And don't call me Shirley...
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Old May 18, 22, 11:39 pm
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Originally Posted by muscat View Post
Taking a cm off the allowed cabin baggage ( for internal dimension) gives you 58080cm3. You could fit 7398 AA batteries in this, and that would give you about 28kwh. Of course you'd need a DC to AC converter, and the weight of your bag might be a bit of a problem, but I'm sure that would work
28kwh? That's the same sized battery that's in my electric car....in a carry on? Can't be...
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Old May 19, 22, 3:17 pm
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Thanks for all the responses although not the answer I am looking for not yet convinced, this is not some sort of joke
I will revert in June after I have made the trip, thanks, folks.
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Old May 19, 22, 3:34 pm
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Originally Posted by powershell View Post
Thanks for all the responses although not the answer I am looking for not yet convinced, this is not some sort of joke
I will revert in June after I have made the trip, thanks, folks.
Donít forget to post a trip report with photos!
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Old May 19, 22, 3:37 pm
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Originally Posted by polochick View Post
Donít forget to post a trip report with photos!
Öfrom Belmarsh!!
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Old May 19, 22, 3:44 pm
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Originally Posted by powershell View Post
Thanks for all the responses although not the answer I am looking for not yet convinced, this is not some sort of joke
I will revert in June after I have made the trip, thanks, folks.
So why not tell us a bit more about what it is you want to do? Is it truly just to make hot dogs at 35,000 feet? If so, why? I think you owe us that much.
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Old May 19, 22, 3:57 pm
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Originally Posted by powershell View Post
Thanks for all the responses although not the answer I am looking for not yet convinced, this is not some sort of joke
I will revert in June after I have made the trip, thanks, folks.
Are you able to expand on exactly what you want to do? Are you looking to cook your own food? As itís all a bit vague beyond the electrics.
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Old May 19, 22, 6:37 pm
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Has the OP not heard of theYeti brand? Keeps anything super cold or super hot for a loooooong time.
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Old May 19, 22, 8:10 pm
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Originally Posted by rockflyertalk View Post
Are you able to expand on exactly what you want to do? Are you looking to cook your own food? As itís all a bit vague beyond the electrics.

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Old May 19, 22, 8:43 pm
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Originally Posted by sweetsleep View Post
Has the OP not heard of theYeti brand? Keeps anything super cold or super hot for a loooooong time.
Or a Stanley Food Jar.
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Old May 19, 22, 9:54 pm
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Originally Posted by powershell View Post
ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM!
What's the max power battery pack I can take on board?
please note that depending on destination, you may only bring your elephant in the cabin if it has relevant health and vaccination documentation.

also if you requested special assistance for your elephant, you and him should wait until everyone else has left the aircraft before disembarking.
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