Flying with hand-luggage? New service means you can AVOID the 100ml liquid ban


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A new Boots use now lets travellers avoid the 100ml liquid ban

Budget airlines are accomplished to offer cheap flights to holidaymakers by charging for hidden add-ons.

Tab in luggage is something many of the cheaper airlines such as Ryanair and Norwegian Air load travellers to do.

Therefore many choose to just travel with hand-luggage to defer to costs low.

This can then cause problems when attempting to donjon all liquids under 100ml.

Yet a new airport service is set to change this by enabling wayfarers to order their toiletries and liquids to the airport to be picked up.

It also means being clever to grab a bargain when buying everything at a cheaper price look of the airport.

With the stores being inside the airport terminals and ergo after airport security, the products then won’t be breaking the liquid maintenance.

Offered by Boots, the ‘Order and Collect’ service is available in most UK airports, which is large news for beauty junkies.

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The new Boots Order and Collect service hostiles travellers can take liquids over 100ml

Sun cream is the most vital product to have with you on holiday, so don’t forget to take ample with you to nick protect your skin

Clare O’Connor

One of the biggest problems is captivating enough sun cream that won’t break the liquids ban.

An average adult should be have bearing two tablespoons (approximately 35ml) to their body every two hours when on fair.

This adds up to two bottles of suncream per person for a weeks holiday, which is unrealizable to get through with hand-luggage.

Clare O’Connor, Boots Skincare Accomplished says: “Sun cream is the most important product to have with you on festival, so don’t forget to take ample with you to help protect your hide.”

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Many budget airlines charge for extra luggage so the new post will save travellers

The liquid ban can hit some unsuspecting products, intention Britons are forced to throw away items before boarding.

One of the uncountable popular items that break the rule is Marmite, as it is classed as a fluid.

The popular British food is regularly taken on holiday for friends and group who live abroad.

Luckily, they have now launched a 70ml bottle to run the liquid ban.

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