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jetstar???

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jetstar???

are u able to buy food at airports or bring food from home to eat on a jetstar plane ....

i understand due to quarintine and such that these if allowed would have to be disposed of at the airport..

but is it allowed???

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1. Re: jetstar???

Are you talking international or domestic?

Domestic is fine... Ive done it before. Dont know about Internatioanl services.

Quarantine is mainly just fresh fruit and veggies, so most foods fine, when we are talking about domestic.

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2. Re: jetstar???

im talking about international.. im flying to bali in june..

any one else know??

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3. Re: jetstar???

You can take to onto the plane to consume during the flight. If you had any left over you would have to declare it or dispose at the airport.

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4. Re: jetstar???

awk thanks alot

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5. Re: jetstar???

You can purchase food on board Jetstar international flights as well.

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if they don't run out first! ;-)

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