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    Default Flying with Emirates question

    Can you bring on snacks for the kids? anything they don't allow? thanks.

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    Pretty sure any airline would allow snacks, you just get rid of stuff like fruit before going through customs if you're going overseas. I've traveled with several airlines and never had issues taking my own snacks.

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    Just no nuts ;-)

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    We took snacks for us on board.
    They just asked that everything be consumed before we land, so customs don't get grumpy.

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    ok great, thanks everyone! xo


 

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