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TSA & Airline Regulations

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Recent changes in rules regarding electronics in carryon on international flights have resulted in stronger security measures prior to boarding flights bound for the United States.   Last spring, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) banned electronics larger than cell phones in the passenger cabin on non-stop flights from specific countries. The new regulations, which are a tradeoff to being...

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Get ready to remove any electronics larger than a cell phone from your carry on. The TSA will be rolling out expanded screening of electronics in the coming months. This enhanced screening was tested at 10 airports around the country and will be rolled out to all US airports in the next several months. Those enrolled in TSA PreCheck will not be required to remove such items, unless selected for...

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As the summer travel season gears up and moves into high gear, the TSA has announced that they will be testing enhanced security screening procedures at 10 airports around the country and in Puerto Rico. These new procedures have already been in use at a couple airports over the past 18 months and if this new, broader test works out well, expect the program to be expanded again. This new program...

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For frequent travelers, becoming a member of a Trusted Traveler Program can be extremely helpful and time saving.  Choosing between them can be a bit overwhelming; however, the Department of Homeland Security just made it a little more user friendly. There are 4 options for Trusted Traveler Programs: TSA PreCheck, Global Entry, Nexus and Sentri. Members of Nexus, Global Entry and Sentri are also...

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TSA - How it all started and why it will not go away. The humble beginnings of airport security were merely the installation of security personal that prevented airline hijacking. Since that time, this security has evolved into controlling the trafficking of 3.4 OZ liquid items and making sure your nunchucks are checked in. TSA is taking every step possible to provide more effective and efficient...