Goods sold as Duty Free mean just that no money from the transaction goes in duty payment.
I for one have never purchased anything 'Duty Free' The seller simply take all for themselves and usually plus a bit more. As for feeding in a shorthaul flight- why would you? If you must, take your own. Of course it has to be said that a short haul flight still may be a day of travelling and waiting of which the flight counts as a small percentage of the time. So buy the flight, feed yourself
Bad day? BAD DAY ??? Ha Ha Ha you all. - no, I'm having an extremely good day thanks - one of those days where words are flowing a bit better and I felt it time to get a couple of things I have observed lately off my chest.
Flying - absolutely love it !! Got back from the Costa del Sol last weekend after a nice relaxing ten days. I made a few observations as per the three rants and thought it was about time to get them down to see if anyone agreed with me.
Partly due to the current restrictions and partly for convenience I don’t take any hand baggage with me for short or long haul flights. I just have my wallet, passport and phone with me. I can appreciate a lap top, brief case or hand bag but I can’t understand the passengers who bring on a mini luggage case or sausage type bag clogging up the overhead bins and bashing other passengers with them whilst walking down the aisle to their seat.