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BYOB on airplanes

BYOB on airplanes

  1. pstm91

    I should have included this in my other post about Kuwait but just remembered… I know Lucky posted about bringing his duty free bottles onto KU and being able to drink it. Do you just ask the flight attendants to open it for you?

    I thought in general you weren’t allowed to open your duty free alcohol? Is it only certain airlines?

  2. David W

    I could be wrong, but i think it’s ok to open duty free items purchased at airports once you’ve left the ground. Some airlines dont allow BYOB but that’s different.

  3. pstm91

    [USER=4]@Lucky[/USER] if David doesn’t know the rules of duty free on planes, then I think that justifies a blog post dedicated to it (especially the BYOB rules, for those of us that are degenerates) (and I mean that 100% seriously, David).

  4. David W

    LOL. I’m fine with whatever options they have on board, complimentary or otherwise. Sometimes I dont even bother with alcohol (JAL ROYAL BLUE TEA HELLOOOOOOOOOOOOOO <3)

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