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    i have bought the john varvatos collection coffret and am loving it my question is am i able to take them with me on a flight to ny its .5 fl oz just one of them.

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    I doubt it would be an issue. I've seen countless posts of members taking fragrances with them to other regions.

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    I wouldn't think so.
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    no problem with that small of a volume.

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    No problem, but you must fit it into the same one quart-size zipper bag of "liquids" (which includes smearables like deodorant, toothpaste, lip balm etc.) that you are allowed in your carry-on bag, together with your other toiletries.


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