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;) sue---you can call ahead and try to find out if there are things you can have on the plane, i dont know if you will find out anything--you can also pack yourself some things to eat while on the plane--if it's not a long flight, you will be fine anyways---take fruit along to eat--you could stir up some tuna or something and have it in a small lunch type cooler or one of those little soft pack lunch containers for kids--gluten-free cereal, i'm sure you can get milk that is fine from the plane--just sit back and think about simple things that are easily carried along--nothing can ruin a trip faster then being sick :( deb


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