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This trick is used by many Piece of Plastic on bottle before you close the cap That will prevent spills. After that put it in ziploc type plastic bag Check at home before you put it in luggage.
It seems that the blog entry you linked is outdated (2012), as a newer similar blog entry simply does not list the tennis rackets as a prohibited item onboard while it does list the other items. The TSA brochure has the most recent policies, which clearly allows it. Anyway, here is a list of some of the airlines policies regarding tennis racquets, they ...
In theory, that's pretty borderline, your "personal item" is supposed to be an item (laptop, book, etc) and not a backpack. In practice, though, I always travel with a rollaboard bag and a small backpack. Aside from the extreme LCC fringe (Ryanair, EasyJet, Tiger etc), I have never been questioned about this, and that includes a dozen or so flights on ...
Also allowed in the cabin: another item of hand luggage (max. 30 x 40 x 10 cm, e.g. handbag, laptop bag), one baby carrier per child or a child’s car seat or a foldable pushchair/buggy (may have to be transported in the cargo hold) and wheelchairs/orthopaedic aids (e.g. walking aids). If the camera bag is max 30 x 40 x 10 cm you can take it in ...
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