Here we go again!
It looks like the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) may make going through airport security even more of a hassle than it already is this summer.
Travel + Leisure reported:
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is testing new security measures that would require passengers to remove even more items from carry-ons to go through airport checkpoints.
Travelers are already required to take out liquids and laptops before passing through to their gates. They might soon be required to take out every electronic device larger than a cell phone, including cameras, game consoles, and iPads as well as any food items, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.The TSA is currently conducting tests at smaller airports.
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