I will be traveling this weekend and I'm not sure what I need to know about traveling with EBM. I know that there are no restrictions in place for milk but it does state the the amount must be reasonable for the duration of the flight. My only issue is the flight plus time in the airport and driving to our final destination will be 10 hours, a total of possibly 3 feeds. Does anyone have any experience? I don't want to have to throw it out at immigration and I'm not comfortable storing it in my checked luggage.
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16-12-2014 13:14 #1
Traveling with EBM
16-12-2014 13:58 #2
Could you call the airline? I would suggest freezing some of it and letting it defrost in a cooler bag to keep it fresh.
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16-12-2014 16:54 #3
Thanks. The airline is fine with it but it comes down to getting through security with it. I'm hoping to take 2x200mL (one frozen) bottles. I can pump as soon as I get off the plane for more.
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