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Water Bottle On Plane

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So since we now can't carry liquids on the plane, will they allow you to carry an empty bottle and fill up while on the plane. It's just so much more convenient to have a water bottle rather than an open cup of water. While on the plane, I usually refill my water bottle. I just go to the food station and one of the attendants fills my smaller one from one of their large ones.

What are people doing these days? Are they maybe serving bottled water on board now so you can keep and drink from the bottle?

Crazy question I know, but I'm a water freak and can't go too long without some!

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