Duty-Free Liquids, Gels, and Aerosols

Member countries of the European Union, as well as Iceland, Norway, Japan, Singapore, Australia and others – have implemented new regulations regarding liquids in carry-on bags. As a result, there are potential implications for passengers who purchase liquid duty-free items (e.g. perfume and liquor) while traveling to and from international destinations. Because many duty-free shops […]

Are You Traveling With A Disability Or A Medical Condition?

Traveling with a disability or a medical condition will be easier if you plan ahead of time. Provide advance notice to your airline or travel agent if you require assistance at the airport. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) can only assist you with the screening process. Your airline will assist you through the airport facility and […]

Are You Traveling Overseas With Children?

The airport security officers have to screen everyone, regardless of age (even babies), before they can go through the security checkpoint. They will not ask you to do anything that will separate you from your child or children. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers are specially trained and they understand your concern for your children.  […]

Air Travel, Disabilities, And The TSA

One of the primary goals of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is to provide the highest level of security and customer service to all who pass through our screening checkpoints. Our current policies and procedures focus on ensuring that all passengers, regardless of their personal situations and needs, are treated equally and with the dignity, […]