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Old May 26th, 2007, 08:51 PM
Aidan Aidan is offline
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Originally Posted by Cruise Cat
Just remember that anything in your luggage that you will take on a plane will be subjected to the full changes in air pressure.
The pressure in the cargo hold is the same as in the cabin. The plane is a pressurized tube -- there is not a seal between the cabin floor and the cargo area beneath.

Cheers, Aidan
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