Monday, August 14, 2006

Air Travel Changes


Due to enhanced security measures most liquids, gels, lotions and other items of similar consistency will not be permitted in carry-on baggage. These types of items must be packed in your checked baggage. Liquids, gels and lotions can be purchased beyond the checkpoint but must be disposed of before boarding the aircraft. Exceptions: Baby formula and breast milk if a baby or small child is traveling; prescription medicine with a name that matches the passenger’s ticket; up to 8 oz. of liquid or gel low blood sugar treatment and up to 4 oz. of non-prescription liquid medications. While we can not provide an exhaustive list of items, below are some of the most common items now prohibited. Please note, if you have questions or doubts on certain items, place those in your checked baggage. We strongly encourage travelers to read our full list of prohibited items to avoid hassle. Click Here: Learn more about our new security procedures and Learn more about the threat level change.

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