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Baggage Strike Could Disrupt Flights at Toronto’s Largest Airport | Travel Agent Central https://t.co/P7iWVchXk1
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US to Impose Stricter Electronic Carry-on Airport Screening - WASHINGTON—The U.S. Transportation Security Admin... https://t.co/zT0cud7Hf3
Twitter: From user 'Matthew Henley'
Toronto's Pearson Airport could be hit by baggage handlers' strike Thursday: https://t.co/jIQKR4l1MZ #travel
New airport rules will mean separate screening for iPads, e-readers and other large electronic devices - Washington Post
If you're planning to fly this summer, be prepared — new rules announced Wednesday mean that electronics larger than a cellphone will have to go in separate bins when you go through airport screening. The Transportation Security Administration ...
Twitter: From user 'Ruby Dixon'
@British_Airways After Rome went to Italy. Could luggage be lost in transportation from London to Madrid since she… https://t.co/TP2ygLzwAG
Travellers' electronics at US airports to get enhanced screening, TSA says - Ars Technica UK
Aviation security officials will begin enhanced screening measures of passengers' electronics at US airports, the Transportation Security Administration announced Wednesday. Travelers must remove electronics larger than a mobile phone from their carry ...
Up or down? Tracking fares at CLT - Charlotte Business Journal
Here's some welcome news for local travelers. The cost of flying out of Charlotte Douglas International Airport dropped nearly 10% in the first three months of this year. Average airfare, as tracked on a quarterly basis by the Bureau of Transportation ...
Air travelers, get your electronics out - York Dispatch
The Transportation Security Administration said Wednesday the new procedure will go nationwide in the coming weeks and months. TSA has been testing it at 10 airports for more than a year. The Department of Homeland Security has been changing rules ...
US to impose stricter electronic carry-on airport screening - Financial Express
The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) said Wednesday it will impose new stricter security rules requiring airline travelers to remove all electronic items larger than mobile phones like tablets, e-readers and video game consoles from ...
Twitter: From user 'wendole robles'
RT @imactuallywes: I JUST SAW A MANS IN THE AIRPORT WITH LUGGAGE U CAN RIDE LIKE A SCOOTER IM SO JEALOUS WTF i've never needed a form of tr…