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The checks and scans for illegal or dangerous items required at airports for passengers and baggage.

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It might be what you have described but it also might be a simple matter of where the bag had been but basically a false positive. For example if you visit agricultural areas you might come in contac …
answered Apr 26 '13 by Karlson
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Just so we are clear. Security at airport(s) in Brussels is not the responsibility of the US TSA even if flight is coming from or going to the US. If you're interested you can go to the Brussels Air …
answered Jul 28 '14 by Karlson
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Nothing official. But on several discussions from 2010 and 2012 including FlyerTalk there seem to be no issues related to bringing laser range finders on board. The only specifics from the TSA is th …
answered Jun 1 '15 by Karlson
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I would suggest getting a doctor's note to help but TSA has a special procedure for people with disabilities or medical conditions: Disabilities and Medical Conditions To ensure your security …
answered Dec 30 '15 by Karlson
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It's an interesting dilemma to be sure. Normally I pack wire ties into my carry on not the whole bag of them buy just enough to tie the locks on the luggage. They are easily removed with scissors or …
answered Jan 17 '12 by Karlson
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Generally NO. There are some legitimate exceptions and general sneakiness but normally no. You see an answer on a different forum on the same question. There are also Gate Passes that can be issued …
answered Mar 5 '13 by Karlson
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There is a comprehensive list of items that are prohibited to be carried on-board by the Australian Government Agencies. The list that of prohibited and Dangerous goods do not list tripod as an item, …
answered Feb 21 '14 by Karlson
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The definitely can. TSA works with lock companies to develop locks they can remove without damaging the luggage. Which also states that they may choose to open your bags. I am pretty sure that othe …
answered Apr 7 '13 by Karlson
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First off the 1 hour you have left yourself is likely not to be enough and here is why. Most people who travel on Saturday to the Bahamas are traveling to start their vacation in one of the resorts o …
answered Jan 23 '14 by Karlson
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Actually this one may be fairly simple: From Wikipedia. You've been selected for secondary Security Screening.
answered Apr 2 '12 by Karlson