Answer: Yes, providing that they are in the original packaging that came from the manufacturer.If it a prescription from a doctor, it must be packaging from the pharmacy showing the type of med, with the doctors name on label etc.No loose pills.
Turbulence can bring down an airplane. The chances of this happening is approximately 1 in a billion. Strong turbulence that can cause an airplane to lose control is mapped and avoided by the aircraft.
Answer: yes you can bring mp3 players and a CD walkman or any other type of music device (except of course a boom box) on an airplane. <><><> You will, of course, need headphones/ ear buds, and the player must be turned off during taxi, takeoff and landing. Many people bring DVD players to watch movies on long flights, as well as CDs. Radios are not permiited to be on during flight, but players can be.
Answer: ive looked all over the internet, and lots of people say they can, even a pilot said u can, on your carry on bag, has to be less than 3.04 oz, and in a zip block bag, when you put your carry-on in the container box, place the lipgloss out of your carryon in the zip block bag and then put it in the box, and i think it should go right thru
Answer: Yes you can bring snails and slugs on airplanes if there little. But, due to international environment protection laws and policies, it is not recommended. Because they are a danger to a foreign ecosystem, and can become an invasive species.