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Thread: Dear Buayas, Stop Borrowing Pen From SIA Stewardess

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    Default Re: Dear Buayas, Stop Borrowing Pen From SIA Stewardess

    Quote Originally Posted by Foxshade View Post
    Please ask her to stick "DFive's GF" label on her name tag. I'll make sure I won't even have any thought of her.
    Lol.... well she uses a Silver Caran D'Ache pen now....
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    Default Re: Dear Buayas, Stop Borrowing Pen From SIA Stewardess

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    What kind of packing would be required for Durians to be transported in passenger flight (luggage compartment) without causing any hiccups? I'm still thinking how to get one fresh fruit to Germany for my family to try
    SQ / MI has a ban on them I think... like many Airlines. ( make enquiry first. )
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    Default Re: Dear Buayas, Stop Borrowing Pen From SIA Stewardess

    Quote Originally Posted by Octarine View Post
    What kind of packing would be required for Durians to be transported in passenger flight (luggage compartment) without causing any hiccups? I'm still thinking how to get one fresh fruit to Germany for my family to try
    One airtight container (Lock & Lock, Tupperware etc. etc.) sufficient enough in volume for an entire durian husk along with some duct tape just in case should suffice.

    Not too sure though if it may be flag for manual inspection / security screening while in transit through the automated Baggage Handling Conveyor and Sortation Systems.
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