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September 25, 2006

TSA changes aviation carry-on rules

Filed under: Aviation Security — by Christian Beckner on September 25, 2006

DHS Deputy Secretary Michael Jackson and TSA Administrator Kip Hawley announced changes to the aviation screening rules imposed after the August 10th plot:

  • Small bottles (less than 3 oz.) of toiletries, cosmetics, toothpaste, etc. will now be allowed through the passenger checkpoint, screened separately in a clear Ziploc bag.
  • Drinks purchased inside the passenger checkpoint will now be allowed on planes.

The full details are available on TSA’s website.

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