In April, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) introduced a new rule for screening carry-on baggage. The new rule is that you now must remove all electronics bigger than a cell phone (more than 4 inches by 6 inches) from your baggage and place them in their own bin for X-ray screening. This includes: Tablets E-readers Handheld … Read moreDo You Know TSA’s New Carry-on Rule?
Originally published in Travel Pulse News…DONALD WOOD | NOVEMBER 10, 2016 Photo via Thinkstock Recent plans for the Transportation Security Administration to expand the enrollment options for its PreCheck program have been abandoned due to concerns over cybersecurity. According to Politico.com, TSA officials have been working over the last year to partner with private companies … Read moreTSA Abandons PreCheck Expansion Search Due to Cybersecurity Concerns
From Travel Weekly… TSA, American Airlines test new screening technology for carry-ons By Robert Silk / July 06, 2016 The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will test screening technology by the end of this year that would enable passengers to leave liquids, gels, aerosols and laptops in their carry-on bags. The technology, called computed tomography (CT), … Read moreTSA, American Airlines test new screening technology for carry-ons