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    aereoplane in Europe: knife on the luggage

    Hi, I work around the Europe, now I'm in UK, and I would like bring my knife every-time with me.

    I didn't found a European law a official text who say if I can put my knifes on the luggage (obviously I don't mean the little hand luggage, I'm not naive)

    do you have any ideas about that?

    thank you

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    I've done it quite often. Wrap them well and label the package as sharp in case they do search your luggage.

    Just note if they do search your bag they may not rewrap it as carefully as you did, I have lost 10mm off a carter gyuto after it got bent following a bag search

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    Wrap and put in checked luggage, should be no problem.

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    I've never had any problem hauling all manner of sharp things around Europe in my checked luggage.

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    thank you guys

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