If it is international I would check the rules on bringing food in and out. Some things are illegal in certain countries, such as wonderballs in the us.
Pretty sure you could club the pilot to death with it, so no, that'll have to be banned by the TSA for our protection.
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Yes you can. Get one of those insulated packs and add some ice packs and it should be fine for a relatively short trip (~2 hour plane ride). I have a friend who used to take frozen meat back from San Antonio to Dallas with that method, but that's only a 1 hour flight...not sure how it would fare over longer distances.
But strictly talking rules: yes, you can bring frozen food on a domestic flight with no issues.
Cut the Pizza and put em in something and take it to the plane eat eaaat
How about calling the company your flying with and ask them ?
Im sure thay can give you a better answer then you would get here :P
Is this it?
Because that looks more like pie than pizza.
Wouldn't you be able to take a cooler with you on the plane? You might have to pay extra for more luggage though.
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Yes you can take it on the plane. Be carefull with dry ice. That's considered hazmat and there is a limit to how much can be carried on a plane. You WILL have to report it and it will NOT be carry on.
Look, you can go out and get a cooler and some gel packs and check it. This is a hassle, when it is far easier to let Giadornos's do all the work for you. They will ship it to you. That really is your best solution.
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Get a grip man! It's CHEESE!
It's a domestic flight that will only be about 2 hours 15 minutes.
Yeah, those styrofoam containers and some dry ice would do the trick, depending on international shipping laws. I order certain steaks off the internet that travel damn near across the entire country by plane, train or automobile and delivered by UPS, so it lasts a decent amount of time.
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