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TSA To Allow Snow Globes In Carry On Bags Again

One vestige of the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) absurd security should be gone in a few weeks, as the agency has announced it intends to allow snow globes to travel in passenger carry on baggage again.   Snow globes were banned from carry-on bags by the TSA following a failed terrorist plot in the United…

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Reader Mail : What’s The Oddest Thing The TSA Has Taken From You?

Ahhh … airport security regulations preventing items from passing with a passenger through a security checkpoint. They are not always consistent, and sometimes the encounters while frustrating at the time can be humourous once the dust has settled later on. This week’s reader mail comes from Ron in Houston. Ron asks “With Lady Gaga being…

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Travel Essentials – Mechanix Gloves

I know you’re reading this headline and thinking “How could Mechanix Gloves be essential to travel?”  Well these gloves are essentials to those traveling with heavy items, or schlepping heavy items by hand … or simply dragging a heavy bag long distances through an airport. Having spent years traveling with heavy carry on bags, such…

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Listen To Flying With Fish On Adorama’s TechTock PodCast

Web: www.thetravelstrategist.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 03/09/2009 – Listen To Flying With Fish On Adorama’s TechTock PodCast Yesterday I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Jack Howard of Adorama Camera’s TechTock Blog for their weekly podcast. Adorama Camera is unique in that it offers customers (and non-customers) an editorial blog with regular content on a…

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Carry-On & Weight Baggage Limit Chart For 68 World Airlines

Web: www.twitter.com/flyingwithfish — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 28/06/2009 – Carry-On & Weight Baggage Limit Chart For 68 World Airlines Cabin baggage, carry on baggage, the bag you stuff under your seat, whatever you call it, it is an important topic for all airline travellers. Airlines do not adhere to a single unified standard of size, weight, linear…

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Bags Appearing Overweight : Are Women More Likely To Be Stopped?

Web: www.thetravelstrategist.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 28/04/2009 – Bags Appearing Overweight : Are Women More Likely To Be Stopped? A few months ago I sent out an informal poll to 30 frequent business travellers that I was reminded of today.   This informal poll directly addressed traveling with a ‘legal carry-on’ bag that appeared to be over…

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Airline Carry-On Baggage Templates : Does Anyone Measure Them?

Web: www.stevenfrischling.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 22/01/2009 – Airline Carry-On Baggage Templates : Does Anyone Measure Them? Understanding carry-on baggage restrictions can be challenging, especially when you travel with bags that cannot be checked. Most airlines currently use a semi-universal carry-on size policy, if weight is not a factor. For most major airlines, the carry-on baggage…

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Fish Discusses Cabin Baggage Restrictions & Ways Around The Restrictions On National Photo Talk Radio Show

Web: www.comeflywithfish.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 16/12/2008 – Fish Discusses Cabin Baggage Restrictions & Ways Around The Restrictions On National Photo Talk Radio Show This past Saturday I had the pleasure of once again appearing as the featured guest on Inside Digital Photo Radio, with host Scott Sheppard. The primary topic Scott and I discussed was…

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Airline Carry-On Baggage Restrictions : An Extreme Example

Web: www.stevenfrischling.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 16/12/2008 – Airline Carry-On Baggage Restrictions : An Extreme Example Recently while researching the somewhat inconsistent rules of carry on baggage in the United Kingdom I stumbled upon something rather extreme being set for by Ryanair.     What is Ryanair’s extreme carry-on baggage restriction, and how does it affect traveling photographers?…

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