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Flying out of Naha with toddler question..*help plse*

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wowzerss --- 11 years ago -

My friend said I can bring bottle water on the flight.. and snacks but can I bring like juice boxes for her? And do they have milk they provide? Also along with snacks can I bring her gerber meals in the boxes? because shes a very picky eater. Also anyone ever flown out of Naha? Is there english translators? or flight details in english? im just really nerveous to fly lol. Any help would be amazing. Thanks. 

An_Drew --- 11 years ago -

Where is Naha? 

Loved living in Oki --- 11 years ago -

English translators for what? Most of the staff speaks a good bit of English and the announcements for flights are made in Japanese and English, as well as the departure/arrival information. 

An_Drew --- 11 years ago -

English translators for what? For that silly language the natives speak silly. 

Loved living in Oki --- 11 years ago -

For that silly language the natives speak silly. Goober. I mean, is she hoping for more than what they already do? 

An_Drew --- 11 years ago -

They have people there that speak "toddler" too. 

Loved living in Oki --- 11 years ago -

They have people there that speak "toddler" too. When you fly, do they have "tardler" translators? 

wowzerss --- 11 years ago -

English translators for what? I was told there were hardly an english speakers/ everything was mostly said in japanese which is why i was asking 

An_Drew --- 11 years ago -

If everything is in Japanese, how will you know if you are even at the right airport? 

wowzerss --- 11 years ago -

Where is Naha? and you, youre so FCKING annoying, why do you post something on everyones post even though are not even giving helpful advice. STFU..go find a hobby! 

Loved living in Oki --- 11 years ago -

I was told there were hardly an english speakers/ everything was mostly said in japanese which is why i was asking The customer service people when you check in will speak English. Plus, when you are at the gate, the announcements to board will be in Japanese and English. 

wowzerss --- 11 years ago -

If everything is in Japanese, how will you know if you are even at the right airport? STFU. Obviously I was going by what my friend said which is why I came here asking for more advice/ what to expect. 

An_Drew --- 11 years ago -

Obviously I was going by what my friend said Then said friend is a retart. 

Loved living in Oki --- 11 years ago -

STFU. That's not going to happen. 

wowzerss --- 11 years ago -

The customer service people when you check in will speak English. Plus, when you are at the gate, the announcements to board will be in Japanese and English. Thanks, do you know about the beverage rules or anything like that? Ive tried googling international flight rules and stuff but it all comes in japanese and im not sure why since normally everything is in english and I havent changed any settings.. if you dont thank you for your help.. and sorry if my questions were weird..I just had the wrong info. 

An_Drew --- 11 years ago -

My friend said I can bring bottle water on the flight.. and snacks but can I bring like juice boxes for her? For your friend? Why would she want a juice box? 

Loved living in Oki --- 11 years ago -

Thanks, do you know about the beverage rules or anything like that? Ive tried googling international flight rules and stuff but it all comes in japanese and im not sure why since normally everything is in english and I havent changed any settings.. if you dont thank you for your help.. and sorry if my questions were weird..I just had the wrong info. You can buy water and drinks inside the airport that you can take on the plane. I don't know the rules about bringing them through security, though. Your questions aren't weird, I just wanted to clarify what you wanted translated. 

┌∩┐(◕_ --- 11 years ago -

Anything you buy AFTER you pass the security check is fine to bring on board. A bottle of water won't make it through security checks, though. 

wowzerss --- 11 years ago -

Anything you buy AFTER you pass the security check is fine to bring on board. A bottle of water won't make it through security checks, though. I know thats how it is in the states, but its like that here? I obviously got alot of wrong information.. 

Loved living in Oki --- 11 years ago -

Try here and see if you can find information. 

Loved living in Oki --- 11 years ago -

Anything you buy AFTER you pass the security check is fine to bring on board. A bottle of water won't make it through security checks, though. I've seen them scan water bottles at the security area. Do you know what that's for? 

Nicole --- 11 years ago -

Anything you buy AFTER you pass the security check is fine to bring on board. A bottle of water won't make it through security checks, though. Not necessarily. I honestly can't remember for Naha, but at Narita (Tokyo) they have these detectors you put your water bottles in...and it scans them somehow and you bring it on with you...weird, huh? 

An_Drew --- 11 years ago -

There is a new system that will scan bottles. It's not everywhere though. 

Loved living in Oki --- 11 years ago -

they have these detectors you put your water bottles in...and it scans them somehow and you bring it on with you...weird, huh? Yes, I saw that on my way to Tokyo. I thought it was here before I left Naha. They put a bottle in this little thing and then handed it back to the guy and he brought it through security. 

Balls To The Wall --- 11 years ago -

When I brought my daughters juice with us all they did was open it up, and smell it. In Tokyo, they scan your drink and smell it. 

SaraSassyPants --- 11 years ago -

Goober. I mean, is she hoping for more than what they already do? I dont think she knew that they have some staff that speaks english. Having staff that speaks english, makes them english translators. So yes, they have english translators. Why do people have to make others feel stupid for asking questions? 

wowzerss --- 11 years ago -

When I brought my daughters juice with us all they did was open it up, and smell it. In Tokyo, they scan your drink and smell it. if its in a sealed juice box like juicy juice.. they cant smell it..so is it okay to bring or will they make me pour it in her cup? 

Balls To The Wall --- 11 years ago -

so is it okay to bring or will they make me pour it in her cup? I am not sure about that, everything I had was in a sippy cup. I don't remember anywhere in Japan being strict about drinks. 

SaraSassyPants --- 11 years ago -

Anything you buy AFTER you pass the security check is fine to bring on board. A bottle of water won't make it through security checks, though. They do have a "family lane" at the Naha ariport. So you will be able to bring liquids on board only if you use that lane. 

Loved living in Oki --- 11 years ago -

I dont think she knew that they have some staff that speaks english. Having staff that speaks english, makes them english translators. So yes, they have english translators. Why do people have to make others feel stupid for asking questions? Yes and I very nicely answered her question after she clarified what she was asking. 

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