I'm looking for some advice on taking a stove on the plane. I'll be flying from the UK to the far north of Norway in early September this year for a two-week trip between Kirkenes and Tromso, staying away from the E6 as much as possible. I rode a similar route a few years ago and took a MSR Whisperlite stove with me, using unleaded petrol for fuel. The problem I had last time around was knowing what to do with the stove for the flight home. Despite emptying the fuel canister a couple of days before leaving Norway for home in the UK, it still smelled pretty strongly of fuel the night before the early morning flight. Not wanting to risk the stove being confiscated, I left the canister behind at the last campsite. So the question is what to do this time around. Have people here flown home okay with a MSR canister after being on the road for a while? Has anyone had a canister and/or stove taken away at the airport? (By the way, I really don't have a problem with leaving a stove or canister behind if it really is a potential danger on the flight home!) A possible workaround is to take a Pocket Rocket or a Camping Gaz burner and finding a couple of disposable canisters for the trip once I arrive in Kirkenes. But would such canisters actually be available there? (I know there's a decent hardware store in Kirkenes because I had to go there for a new multitool at the beginning of my last trip to Norway after it was confiscated from my hand luggage at Oslo airport - but that, as they say, is another story.) And presumably it wouldn't be too difficult to buy a stove in Kirkenes itself and leave it in Tromso ahead of the flight home? In case you're wondering, riding with a stove really is a must given that cycling for me is pretty much an excuse to drink an awful lot of coffee. Many thanks for any thoughts you might have on this vital issue.