Apr 15, · I live here in Doha and use Hamad International Airport quite often for travelling. I must admit, it is one of the safest airport in the world. It is well equipped with state of the art security and monitoring devices coupled with dedicated personnel. As long as you don't create a fuss, you will find the airport as friendly one.
Aug 20, · ByrdluvsAWACO. Yes, just be aware that if it is not a non-stop, your luggage may sit out on a hot tarmac (or unairconditioned area) for long amounts of time during your connection and the chocolate may melt. In an airport like PHX, it doesn't even have to be a long period of time. A good 30 minutes on the tarmac or in the cargo would be enough time.
There is no limit that an airline will put on how much chocolate you can bring on board the plane. No one knows if the Phillippine govt. has a rule about this but I would be surprised if there is any limit at all.
Dec 12, · Answers. What the TSA is concerned about are products that could do harm to people, as well as liquids, gels, or aerosols weighing in at 3oz or more. Since a box of Sees candy meets neither of those criteria, you're fine. Here's a link to the TSA's guidelines for what you can and can't bring on board for future reference.
However, when I searched in google map and found that Those supermarkets are not close to the airport (more than 3 kilometers away from airport). Even some shops are located at the airport, but I have no idea about thier prices and it is possibly more expensive.
The Duty Free shops in the EU airports often have pretty good deals. I usually go for Belgian Neuhaus and/or French Valrhona, which are really difficult to obtain in the US. Chocolate is far too precious for me to dare checking-in to the hold and whatever fate delayed/lost luggage might endure.
There is no prohibition against carrying chocolate. You may want to declare it as food, but it is not something I usually consider food. TSA may give it a glance on the xray because it may look like something they may think is a bomb, but it is not prohibited.