Alcohol on an airplane?

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Answer #1 | 14/01 2014 10:56
No the german airport won´t have an issue with this. (But US customs WILL have ;) And sorry a bottle of booze is definitely not worth the problems you will encounter if they catch you.
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Answer #2 | 14/01 2014 15:32
In '94 I had minor trouble taking a bottle of alcohol back as a gift from an exchange family from France as a minor. The biggest problem was that it was a gift, not that I was a minor, or that it was alcohol. It did help that I spoke French fluently and that I could schmooze the customs agent saying "I came there to learn Francais." Times have changed slightly since then. Don't even bother with TSA. They are idiots. They'll confiscate a toenail clipper just to make themselves feel important.
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Answer #3 | 14/01 2014 11:39
you will not be allowed to bring it into the US as you are not 21. anything you buy even if you do check it, would be wasted money
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Answer #4 | 14/01 2014 09:40
The German airport has no issue with that. US Customs is where you have a problem.
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Answer #5 | 14/01 2014 09:57
Fly a German airline - You can drink beer and/or wine during flight at age 16 - Hard liquors is 18 - US Customs when you come back will be the problem -
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Answer #6 | 14/01 2014 09:40
I brought wine back from France when I was 17 and had no issues. However, it is possible your bag may be searched when you come back to the USA, and they might take it if they check your age. The Germans aren't going to have a problem with it, it's re-entering the USA where you could possibly get it confiscated.
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Answer #7 | 14/01 2014 11:19
Sara, your going to have issues in the US, which I think is wrong, as the purchase was made in Germany not in the US, and US laws do not apply to Germany.
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