Please be advised of the following new and updated screening procedures for carry-on bags, issued by the Department of Homeland Security/Transportation Security Administration (DHS/TSA).
For all domestic and international travel, the following items must be removed from carry-on bags and placed into separate bins for X-ray screening:
- Electronics larger than a cell phone
- Liquids – please note that the 3-1-1 rule still applies
Customers may also be asked to remove food and snacks, including any type of food or drink in powdered form.
Personal electronic devices on international flights
Personal electronic devices (PEDs) larger than a cell phone are required to be removed from carry-on bags for flights traveling to the United States from international destinations.
While customers are still allowed to bring personal electronic devices on board, increased and extensive security screenings that may include interviews will be conducted in accordance with this mandated DHS/TSA security directive.
Powders on international flights
Customers traveling to the United States from international destinations may be subject to additional screening if carrying powders.
Effective as of June 30, 2018, new security measures now limit the quantity of substances in powder form in the aircraft cabin. As a general rule, a customer will not be allowed to carry on powders in a quantity exceeding that of a typical soda can (350ML/12 Fluid OZ). To avoid having these items taken during security screening, it is recommended that all powders be placed in checked bags.There are some exceptions, including baby formula, prescribed medications, and crematory containers. For more information, please visit the DHS website.