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GlasgowCyclops wrote:
@ThreeBlades, Boots are.fine on BA. I've done that loads.of times.

I've also had tools taken from me. Hex (Allen) keys. I suggested to them the tools really means big spanners etc and not something smaller and blunter than the pen in my pocket. No joy.

So I have experience of both scenarios.

But you can carry a nice big umbrella snowHead
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@sugarmoma666, only really an issue if the passenger is John Steed or a Bulgarian.
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@ster, Or Mary Poppins?
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Thanks for the encouraging news about boots at geneva.
My wariness comes as I also have had bike spanners taken off me before. I am sure that I could do a lot more damage with a broken duty free bottle !
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ThreeBlades wrote:
Hi. What is the view of boots as hand baggage through Geneva ? (sorry but could not get the link in findtransfers.com to work). Their size and weight limitations are the same as BA but they say that "blunt objects of work tools and sports gear," are prohibited. https://www.gva.ch/en/Site/Passagers/Preparation-voyage/Enregistrement-Bagages/Bagages-cabine
Thanks

The "In order to ensure smooth passage through security, please present the following items separately" of that link is a bit out of date. If you go through the shiny new security lanes at Geneva (turn immediately right as you go into security), you can get shouted at for delaying things by starting taking things out of your bag and presenting them separately Laughing
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I always take the view that you should carry as little as possible through the airport, so always offer my hand luggage to be checked it.

I stick a small backpack (laptop, cameras etc) in the top of my hand luggage, and just take it out if they accept.

Usually no problems with BA, but might be with some other airlines.

At Geneva in December, I couldn't because the flight wasn't full, so plenty of locker space. Just shifted a few bulky items into my ski bag before dropping it off.
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