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RBirtles
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Hi all,
I think that most forum goers here are all aware of safety needs by bringing flight batteries as carry on luggage.  I am wondering whether many people also bring their RCs in as carry on luggage as well?  I was just looking at the specs for the Inspire RC and it contains a 6000 mAh LiPo 2S, more energy capacity that a TB48.  Realisation took me by surprise.

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Birty.

2016-4-25
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Flight distance : 120784 ft
United Kingdom
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Yes but it's permanently installed in the device and non-removable so no issue. (By that I mean OK to carry under current legislations - not that it cant blow up)
2016-4-25
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