So if you go to Popeyes before going to the airport have a container to securely put food in. IJS
Solid food items can be transported in either your carry-on or checked baggage, while liquid or gel food items larger than 3.4 oz are not permitted in carry-onbaggage and should be placed in checked baggage if possible, according to the Transportation Security Administration. Ok here is how you get it. You can bring an empty water bottle. The airports are now full of purified water fountains to fill out your water container. I learned this flying to Hawaii. Water was $2.00 a bottle. Nope I brought my own bottle. I had a lay over on the way there and back. I did not pay a dime for water. I am sure I saved $20.00 just for water. That money was used for an alcoholic pineapple drink, which were $20.00 a piece but worth it.
Items allowed for travel in your carry-on include baby food, bread, candy, cereal, cheese, chocolate, coffee grounds, cooked meats, cookies, crackers, dried fruits, fresh eggs, meat, seafood, and vegetables, frozen foods, gravy, gum, honey, hummus, nuts, pizza, salt, sandwiches, and all sorts of dry snacks; even live lobsters are allowed in special clear, sealed, spill-proof containers. I remembered being hungry on a flight to Dallas and swore this would not happen to me again. So I also brought my own sandwich and cookies.
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