Speeding Through Airport Security

January 29, 2010 on 10:40 pm | In air travel, air travel security, things travelers need to know, travel news, travel restrictions | Comments Off

Last week we were passing through a major U.S. airport after an extremely long flight. Of course, we were looking ahead to a three-hour layover followed by a flight to the West Coast. Freezing rain had been predicted for later in the evening. What a day.

Well, it got even worse when we entered the security queue and found ourselves behind a group that had apparently never heard of security restrictions, how to pack luggage with security checks in mind, or acceptable behavior when in a security line. They slowed everyone down and didn’t make any friends in the process.

We thought about that a bit and decided that maybe we should write an article on how pass through security with the minimum of hassles. You can find it by following this link to article at our website ThereArePlaces.

Our advice comes from the Transportation Security Administration and if they don’t knowthe best way to speed through a security checkpoint, no one does.

Click for the ThereArePlaces Website

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