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LJLA also released a list of items that they see regularly surrendered: | Toy/replica guns and water pistols; | Food that is classed as liquid, such as soups, sauces and jam - including Marmite, which is classed as a paste; | Suncream; | Tradesman's tools (drills, hammers, pliers); | Paint; | Aerosols/ make-up and perfumes over 100ml; | Grenade-shaped items such as perfume bottles and weight management supplements; | Water-filled cool cups/ mugs; | Kids' slime; | Nerf guns; | Snow globes; | Aftershave/ deodorant sets The majority of items confiscated are toiletries or appropriately sealed, and are subsequently donated to foodbanks and charities including Alder Hey, LJLA's charity partner.
A spokesperson for LJLA said: "Unfortunately many passengers still bring 'liquids' in their hand luggage that either exceed the limits or do comply with what is permitted, which must then be surrendered and disposed of if the passenger is unable to place in their hold luggage or leave with friends/family etc.
LJLA's Director of Aviation Development Paul Winfield delighted with Ryanair's new route.
LJLA director of Air Service Development, Mark Povall, said: 'We talk to a range of airlines, including Lufthansa, all the time, keeping them up to speed about all the great things happening in the Liverpool City Region, the market potential from here, and to explore the opportunities of operating services from Liverpool.
Flights from LJLA to one of Europe's cultural hubs will take 2 hours 45 minutes, giving the region's passengers an easy and convenient way to explore this historical city.
LJLA's Director of Aviation Development Paul Winfield is delighted with Ryanair's latest new route.
An Ethiopian Airlines Dreamliner is expected to be on the tarmac at LJLA along with South African Airlines.
A Blue Air Plane Pull Challenge raised over PS2,5000, with the airline also collaborating with LJLA to raise funds via inflight collections, a Yorkshire 3 Peak Challenge raised over PS3,500, whilst an auction to view the fireworks from the top of the Air Traffic Control tower at LJLA on Bonfire Night, raised almost PS800.
Peel Holdings are supposed to be investing pounds 600m in new freight facilities at LJLA - what about using some of the money to advertise the North Atlantic USA and Canadian flights?
Lisa Crosby, LJLA Contracts Executive, and Christina Smith, Services Executive, with the Hidden Disability Butterfly
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