Aside from snacks for the trip, what foods can you take on the plane on a domestic flight? On a flight to or from an international destination? AARP Travel Expert Samantha Brown has the answers. Watch her video so you won't be taken by surprise at the security checkpoint. The last thing you want to do is have to throw out Grandma's special Thanksgiving gravy, or anything else delectable, in the airport.
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