Tips for keep­ing the TSA lines mov­ing

The Denver Post - - DENVER & THE WEST - Source: Transportation Se­cu­rity Ad­min­is­tra­tion

• Bring­ing gifts? Don’t wrap them. They may need to be in­spected. • Know what’s OK to put in carry-on and checked bags. Get in­for­ma­tion at tsatrav­eltips.us/can-i-bring-it-on-an-air­plane. Still not clear? Trav­el­ers also can tweet pho­tos of items they want to bring on a plane to @AskTSA and get ad­vice in about 20 min­utes. • Knives and firearms can’t be car­ried on, and yet, Den­ver In­ter­na­tional Air­port records some of the high­est num­bers of gun seizures at its TSA check­points. Though the end of Novem­ber, screen­ers had dis­cov­ered more 90 firearms. Se­cu­rity lines come to a halt when a gun is found. • Clean out your bag. The clut­ter can slow screen­ing.

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