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Old 8th June 2018, 08:47 AM   #16
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Just checked in. It's a 1-2-1 config on a 772 so likely a 2006 long haul J seat. Result! Grabbed 11A and 12A. No booze onboard, not even for purchase and as it turns out we can't BYO booze so this is going to be my first time landing completely sober. #scared Still, happy about the unexpected hardware upgrade.
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Old 8th June 2018, 09:39 AM   #17
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I'm on board now in Scoot biz and it is a 772 with 2006 J seats. Pretty happy.
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Old 8th June 2018, 07:19 PM   #18
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I'm on board now in Scoot biz and it is a 772 with 2006 J seats. Pretty happy.
We must have been on the same flight! It was an interesting experience haha, slightly surreal actually. Still, way more comfy than an actual Scoot flight and great value for money.
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Old 11th June 2018, 08:10 AM   #19
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I don't have an authoritative source, but in some jurisdictions, including FAA rules, it appears that while it is ok to bring your own alcohol onboard (i.e. duty free, or in 100ml containers or less), it does not appear possible to serve yourself this alcohol onboard, i.e. the cabin crew has to serve it to you.
There are no regulations prohibiting this. There are only safety concerns and every airline would want to be able to cut you off your booze when you appear drunk.

I have brought my own red wine onto LH, SQ and CX flights and I usually contact the purser and 'gift' the airline my wine. Crew is sometimes confused whether they can do it or not but key is to remind them that you leave it to them to stop pouring whenever they deem appropriate.
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Old 11th June 2018, 10:54 AM   #20
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There are no regulations prohibiting this. There are only safety concerns and every airline would want to be able to cut you off your booze when you appear drunk
Yup, no regulation prohibiting bringing the alcohol onboard (Apart from the usual LAG restrictions) although the cabin crew would have to serve you the drink. You cannot pour or serve yourself a drink.
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