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Are Tripods & Monopods OK For Airline Carry-On? Yes!

A common question from traveling photographers is can they bring their tripod or monopod on-board flight as a carry on item. As Flying With Fish has not covered this topic in a few years, I figured it was a good time to bring it up again, as the uncertainty photographers face seems to surface with…

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Video Of Veiled Muslim Women Not Being ID’d At Airport Is Missing Critical Info

A viral video has begun spreading that shows a Muslim woman in a veil not revealing her face as she passes an Air Canada gate agent while boarding a flight from Montreal (YUL) to London (LHR) … or so the person who shot the video says. I have reviewed this video, entitled “A major Canadian…

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Canada-to-US Flights Allow Carry On Baggage Again

19/1/2010 – Canada-to-US Flights Allow Carry On Baggage Again For photographers today’s very poorly publicized announcement from Transport Canada should allow many to exhale with a sigh of relief. Beginning tomorrow, the 20th of January, passengers flying from Canada to the United States may board their flights with a full size carry on bag, measuring…

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Oh Canada … No Carry On Bags … What Is A Photog To Do?

18/1/2010 – Oh Canada … No Carry On Bags … What Is A Photog To Do? The war on terror takes many forms and the target of terrorism seems to have a very clear primary target … The United States of America. Given the obvious target of terrorists it makes absolute sense that nearly a…

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