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The answer may depend on which airport(s) you’re travelling through and/or the size of the containers. The TSA website says: Powder-like substances greater than 12 oz. / 350 mL must be placed in a separate bin for X-ray screening. They may require additional screening and containers may need to be opened. For your convenience, we encourage you to place ...


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The answer may depend on which airport(s) you’re travelling through. According to the TSA website https://www.tsa.gov/travel/security-screening/whatcanibring/all nail files are allowed in carry on and checked baggage, but cuticle cutters don’t appear to be listed. Personally I’d always pack such items in checked baggage (or leave them at home when I only ...


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Similar thing happened to me on numerous occasions flying from Johannesburg to Sydney in Australia on Qantas. All liquids were confiscated just prior to boarding. This has been going on for quite a number of years now - my earliest experience was in 2012. I definitely believe it is an additional requirement by the Australian Authorities.


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