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Guide To Airport Security

The challenges of aviation and airport security shouldn’t scare you. we’ll ease your way through airport security — often the foremost time-consuming a part of your journey.

Airport security regulations
Whether you’re checking your luggage or doing carry-on baggage, here are few rules to follow.
Carry-on Luggage
Electronics – you’ll be asked to get rid of electronic devices larger than a telephone from your carry-on and place them into a bin with nothing placed on or under them for X-ray screening. Examples include laptops, tablets, e-readers, and handheld game consoles.
Only carry liquids, aerosols, and gels in three-ounce containers. If you pack loose lithium batteries (used in digital cameras, cell phones, PDAs, and laptops) – only 8 grams (100-watt hours) of lithium batteries are allowed in your carry-on baggage. and that they must be adequately protected in original packaging or a protective case.
Guide to airport security

Checking in Luggage
Locks – Choose TSA friendly locks, if bags can’t be open you’ll lose your lock during an inspection.
Weight allowance – Check the principles for weight and size allowance. (visit www.TSA.gov for the official list of prohibited items).
Prevent unintentional short-circuiting and fires, and batteries must be installed within the devices.
Pack Smart
Your travel advisor knows the various airline security regulations; for many airlines, maximum size of any carry-on is 45 linear inches (example bag = is 20x10x9”). Save yourself the effort by checking anything larger and pack your carry-on as light as possible.

Tips for packing light
Layout your packing items, be selective about what you would like rather than 5 pairs of pants, believe only bringing 2.
Re-wear outfits, hotels provide laundry service.
Where possible, roll your clothes. The more efficiently you pack, the lighter your suitcase.
Remember, it’ll be with you thru all flights and transfers.

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