Can you take a pillow&blankets on the airplane?

Answer The U.S. Transportation Security Administration does not list pillows or blankets as prohibited items as of 2010, so you can take them on a plane. Considering that some airlines charge for pillows ... Read More »

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Diabetics, can you take peanut butter on an airplane What do you take so you don't get stuck without food?

You are allowed one carry on piece of luggage, and you can put whatever snack food in there that you want. peanut butter or anything else, as long as it's not liquid. Once you go past that airport... Read More »

Can I take tylenol on an airplane?

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Transportation Security Administration (TSA) allows you to take Tylenol on commercial airline flights. You can pack it in your carry-on luggage or checked... Read More »

Can you take Viagra on an airplane?

According to the Transportation Security Administration website, all prescription and over-the-counter medications are allowed to be carried on the plane. TSA recommends, but doesn't require, that ... Read More »

Can I take perfume on an airplane?

The 3-1-1 rule applies here. You can only place 3 oz. bottles of liquids and gels in your carry-on luggage. The bottles should be placed in a quart-size, clear, zip-top bag and only one zip-top bag... Read More »