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#5107 by mitchelle15
Replied by mitchelle15 on topic RE:Curious About This
I prefer to take the risk. There's nothing wrong of carrying reusable shopping bags. For sure it will not be confiscated if you will pack it nicely and put in your luggage. To be sure, better check your airlines.

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#5480 by funandsun
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I would think that the reusable canvas shopping bags wouild be fine in you luggage or your carry on. I wonder what the deal is with no plastic bags though. Are they afraid passengers will start suffocating people?

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#5484 by dempsey
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I'm quite sure your reusable shopping bags will be fine although to avoid any hassle at all I would pack them with my checked luggage rather than take them as a carry-on.

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#5514 by waverider
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travelinggal wrote:

I don't see why they wouldn't be allowed in carry on luggage or your other luggage either. I am curious about why they wouldn't allow plastic bags also? How are they a danger?


I suppose that, if the plastic bag were big enough, it could be used to suffocate someone. That's about the only way I can think of that a plastic bag might be harmful. Unless, of course, plastic bags can be used in making a bomb.

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#5579 by Jolene
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I have taken the cloth re-usable grocery bags in my carry on and they were fine. Someone on my plane actually used one as her carry on bag, and nobody said anything.

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