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Do any airlines allow smoking on board?

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This question came up on a thread in the Lounge yesterday, as an aside to the topic of Reclining/Not reclining seats.

I'm not a smoker and it seems to me that it must be something like 20 years since the last of the international carriers banned it. I know it has been banned on all planes in Australia for ages, but I haven't done enough internal flying in other countries to know what the rule is in some of the less regulated areas.

Google throws up some info from 2011 that seems to suggest few if any international carriers allow it.

So I thought I'd ask the experts over here.

Thanks all.

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