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How much milk can you can in a sippy on a plane & in your carry on?

We are going on vacation soon & my 2 year old is lactose intolerant. At home she drinks both soy milk and just plain lactose free milk. This poses a problem for us as she is a HEAVY milk drinker; and we have a layover. I am planning on bring two sippys with me to the airport and then putting either Pediasure which claims to be suitable for those who are lactose intolerant or I believe the brand is Horizons Soymilk in my carry on. Both of these do not have to be refrigerated. As long as I declare this at security we will be okay right? Its not like I can get a cup of milk for my daughter at a burger restaurant in the airport or from a flight attendant on the plane as it will make her sick. She will drink water & apple juice but if she is tired she wants milk and our first flight is close to nap time so I hope she sleeps. Does anyone have any experience taking liquids on an airplane for their child? Traveling With Baby Formula, b****t Milk, And Other Liquids For Infants And Small Children In September 2006, TSA enacted rules for carrying liquids, gels and aerosols in carry-on bags. All liquids, gels and aerosols must be in 3.4 ounce (100ml) or smaller containers, and packed in a one quart, zip-top bag. Each passenger can take one zip-top bag in their carry-on. Larger quantities of liquids may be packed in checked bags. Medically necessary liquids and gels, including medications, baby formula and food, b****t milk, and juice are exempt from the 3-1-1 rules, and are allowed in reasonable quantities exceeding 3.4 ounces (100ml). They are not required to be in a zip-top bag. Officers may ask travelers to open these items to conduct additional screening and passengers should declare them for inspection at the checkpoint. Please be advised that passengers going on long trips should only carry on the medically necessary liquids and gels needed for their infant/toddler’s immediate comf during the flight. Please pack larger amounts of liquids for the remainder of the trip in a checked bag. Lastly, avoid any additional hassles by making sure nothing you plan to pack is on TSA’s list of prohibited items. So can they deem a few things of milk in my carry on as too much?

Asked By: ~StPatricksDayMommy3.17.10~ - 1/19/2013
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Answered By: Rona Lachat - 1/20/2013
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No open containers through screening. Call a travel agency or check the TSA web site.
Answered By: John J. S - 1/19/2013
 
this is from the AA site, but you should call your airline directly to be sure of their procedures... More
Answered By: Annabee - 1/19/2013
 
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