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Yes and No. There are a few different ways to get TSA Pre - each with it's own restrictions. You can get access via your airline, particularly if you're a frequent flyer. Historically you had to specifically request to gain access via this means, however many airline now will automatically submit you for access. Check with your airline to see if there's a ...


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Short answer: Yes, if you're a US permanent resident or a citizen of the Canada, Netherlands, South Korea or Mexico, and apparently it's valid for five years. TSA: Who is eligible for TSA Pre✓™? Canadian citizens who are members of NEXUS. Foreign citizens who are members of Global Entry (see Global Entry eligibility) and not registered as a ...


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As I just found out to my dismay at the airport, Australia-bound passengers are unable to buy, although there doesn't seem to be any liquids/security re-screening at the gate. The duty free cashiers told me I would have to buy on arrival. I have just looked up the price and it seems to be 30% higher at Melbourne airport duty free. Feel like I've been ...


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I never had a problem with cheap plastic lighters. I would put them in the xray bin and it would be fine.


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In addition to Doc's answer, some smoking rooms at airports have cigarette lighters in them as well. You make check this website for the product information on such lighters. I believe this ensures that you do not require a cigarette lighter in your baggage to smoke in permitted smoking areas in airports such as Delhi,Frankfurt or Amsterdam as these ...


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Standard cigarette lights are generally allowed in carry-on baggage. Obviously this is an area where exact regulations vary from country-to-country, and there may be limits on the maximum number per person (eg, 1!) but for the most part they are allowed. For example, the US TSA "Can I Take" website will give you the requirements for cigarette lighters when ...



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