Fish on Flight a Slippery Proposition Among the consequences of the Transportation Safety Administration's restrictions on liquids is that it's tougher to carry your beloved fish on a transatlantic flight. Jill-ann Cooper braved the bureaucracy to ensure that her fish could follow her from Seattle to Amsterdam.
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Fish on Flight a Slippery Proposition

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Fish on Flight a Slippery Proposition

Fish on Flight a Slippery Proposition

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Unable to carry her small Siamese fighting fish on a transalantic flight, Jill-ann Cooper shipped the fish from the United States to the Netherlands when she moved for a job.

Cooper is happy to report that her beloved Francesco survived the nine-day ordeal. She talks to Linda Wertheimer from her office in Amsterdam.