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How different are the rules for flights to Europe vs. US domestic ?

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Sorry, it's been a while... Here in the US I can go to TSA website, how do I know what the rules are in Europe? Also, the customs in the US.

We'll fly SFO - AMS - CPH on KLM, and CPH - ATL - SFO on Delta.

I know the liquids should be checked in, shoes and jackets taken off, no fresh fruit/veggies, meat and fish may be a problem coming back. Anything else?

And I know, no snow globes :)

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