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Roslyn Lilburn

An interesting flight for you! In Australia we can knit on flights but I am not aware that it is permitted on the long haul intercontinental flights which take 15 hours to Middle east stopover cities ( eg Dubai,Doha & Abu Dhabi)
Enjoy your holiday & Happy Easter.


I always use bamboo needles when I travel, then I have no problem with airpost security Roslyn :-)


All set to start socks on the train journey I am taking on Monday. I too thought knitting needles were not allowed on international flights ( or crochet hooks or sewing needles) but as I use only bamboo needles maybe I shall give it try next time I fly.


Happy trails Fran, and happy knitting.

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