June 17, 2024 11:29 PM

TSA

TSA Tightens Rules For Those Carrying Powders In Flights

In an effort to raise the global aviation security baseline, TSA is set to implement stricter rules on powder-based items. Under the new guideline, travelers will only be allowed to carry powder which can fit into an average can.

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Giant Teddy Bear Declined To Take A Flight, TSA Received Public Backlash

TSA posted a photo of a gigantic teddy bear. It was prevented to take a flight and the public wasn't happy.

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Holiday Travel 2016: Here Are Things That You Cannot Take On The Plane

These are list of items you must double-check if allowed by Customs or TSA officials in your baggage during your flight.

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Travel Tips: How To Avoid The Gift-Traveling Headache This Holiday Season

Traveling this holiday with some wrapped gifts? Make sure that your presents will still look good when you arrive at your destination.

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Want To Travel With Your Turkey This Thanksgiving? TSA Says Yes

Are you dreaming of flying with your Turkey this Thanksgiving? Now, TSA says you can!

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Travel Tips: Want An Easy, Breezy Flight This Thanksgiving? Skip Long Security Lines At The Airport

The countries’ leading airlines assured the public that they can handle higher number of travellers this season because of their quick-screening program called Pre-Check (Pre✓). This program literally means that you’ll skip the majority of the airport security line, you can now keep your shoes and belt on and walk right through without the hassle.

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How To Skip Long TSA Lines: 5 Tips To Beat The Airport Security Hassle

Agreeably, long TSA lines are annoying. The added checks of the Transportation Security Administration make the lines even longer and the process longer. Do something about the wait by following these 5 travel tips to avoid airport security hassle.

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A New Breed of Mile High-ers

With changing laws regarding possession of marijuana in Colorado and Washington in effect, airports are figuring out ways to dissuade passengers from taking their goods on board, while passengers are figuring out the regulations which can vary from airport to airport.

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