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TSA Have I mentioned lately that all knives are not allowed in carry-on ba

Greater Rochester International Airport (ROC)

  • 09.12.2017 01:23
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Have I mentioned lately that all knives are not allowed in carry-on bags? All knives. That includes (but is not limited to) : Short knives, long knives, thin knives, fat knives, grandpa’s knives, aunt Blanche’s knives, uncle Ernie’s best friend’s cousin’s knives, Randy’s knives, and well... you get the point. Please pack all knives, swords, battle axes, etc. in your checked bags. ... These were discovered over a short period of time at Rochester (ROC).

TSA If you’re traveling through LAX this holiday season, there’s a cha

LAX - Los Angeles International Airport

  • 06.12.2017 23:15
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If you’re traveling through LAX this holiday season, there’s a chance you’ll see TSA Supervisor Carl Revis singing his divestment song. We’re uploading it here for those of you that won’t get a chance to see him in person. Enjoy!

TSA This little firearm is known as the Snake Slayer. I know some of you h

Tampa International Airport

  • 02.12.2017 03:56
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This little firearm is known as the Snake Slayer. I know some of you have had it with those monkey-fighting snakes on your Monday to Friday planes, but firearms are prohibited as carry-on items. It was discovered in a carry-on bag at Tampa. 🐍🐍🐍 … While firearms are prohibited in carry-on bags, you can pack them in your checked baggage as long as you meet the packing guidelines: bit.ly/travelingwithfirearms … As a refresher, carry-on bags go into the cabin of the plane with you. Checked bags go into the cargo hold of the plane where passengers have no access. … When firearms are discovered at the checkpoint, we contact law enforcement and they decide what happens based on background checks, interviews and local laws. … A firearm at the checkpoint could lead to fines, arrests, missed flights or all of the above. As far as what happens to confiscated firearms, that's up to each local police department.

TSA Santa Claus is suited up and working the checkpoint at the George Bush

IAH - George H. W. Bush Intercontinental Airport

  • 01.12.2017 05:34
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Santa Claus is suited up and working the checkpoint at the George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) in Houston. He has a list and he’s checked it twice and he knows if you’ve been naughty or nice, so be sure not to pack any prohibited items!

TSA This pint-sized revolver was discovered in a carry-on bag at the Cinci

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport

  • 30.11.2017 02:21
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This pint-sized revolver was discovered in a carry-on bag at the Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG). … While firearms are prohibited in carry-on bags, you can pack them in your checked baggage as long as you meet the packing guidelines: bit.ly/travelingwithfirearms … As a refresher, carry-on bags go into the cabin of the plane with you. Checked bags go into the cargo hold of the plane where passengers have no access. … When firearms are discovered at the checkpoint, we contact law enforcement and they decide what happens based on background checks, interviews and local laws. … A firearm at the checkpoint could lead to fines, arrests, missed flights or all of the above. As far as what happens to confiscated firearms, that's up to each local police department.

TSA #CaptionThis...While there was nothing hidden inside the replica .50

Chattanooga Airport

  • 29.11.2017 03:59
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#CaptionThis ... While there was nothing hidden inside the replica .50 caliber bullet, there was a sword concealed within the cane. ... Both swords and replica bullets are not allowed in carry-on bags or on your person. They may be packed in checked luggage. ... Concealed swords such as this one can lead to fines and arrest. This was discovered with a traveler’s carry-on items at Chattanooga (CHA).

TSA Now that Thanksgiving is over and it’s time to travel home, there’

  • 27.11.2017 01:16
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Now that Thanksgiving is over and it’s time to travel home, there’s a good chance you might want to take home one of Aunt Blanche’s pies. But wait! Uncle Ernie says you can’t fly with pie. Well, tell Uncle Ernie to shut his pie hole. Traveling home with a pie is, well... Easy as pie! It has to be screened through the X-ray, but once cleared, it’s good to go. ... If you have any other questions about traveling with food, reach out to our AskTSA team on Twitter or Facebook Messenger.

TSA We know some of you have some Turkey carving in your near future, but

  • 24.11.2017 02:47
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We know some of you have some Turkey carving in your near future, but please pack your carvin’ implements in your checked bag. These were discovered (from the top) in carry-on bags at MEM, ABQ and OAK. Happy Thanksgiving! #Thanksgiving2017

TSA This Tampa (TPA) traveler may or may not have had a meeting with an un

Tampa International Airport

  • 24.11.2017 00:09
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This Tampa (TPA) traveler may or may not have had a meeting with an unpardoned Turkey. Or perhaps he just had an axe to grind? Either way, please pack all axes and hatchets in your checked baggage. Have a great holiday! #Thanksgiving2017

TSA Some may think that traveling with their favorite Thanksgiving dessert

  • 22.11.2017 20:47
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Some may think that traveling with their favorite Thanksgiving dessert is a pie in the sky dream. They’ll be pleased to know that their pie can actually fly in the sky. That’s right, pie can fly as a carry-on item. It has to be screened through the X-ray of course, but don’t let our officers fool you by saying it needs an E.A.T. test. … Be sure to follow the link in our profile to read our blog post on Thanksgiving travel tips! … #ThanksgivingTravel #PieCanFly

TSA This cane is a double-edged-sword. Sure, it’s a mobility aid that ca

IAH - George Bush Intercontinental Airport

  • 18.11.2017 04:18
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This cane is a double-edged-sword. Sure, it’s a mobility aid that can help you get through the airport. However, it’s also a concealed weapon that can get you up to hilt in trouble with the law. Swords are not allowed in carry-on bags or on your person. They may be packed in checked luggage. Concealed swords such as this one can lead to fines and arrest. This was discovered in a traveler’s carry-on property at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) in Houston.

TSA TSA officers discovered 63 firearms last week in carry-on bags around

  • 16.11.2017 22:46
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TSA officers discovered 63 firearms last week in carry-on bags around the nation. Of the 63 firearms discovered, 58 were loaded and 23 had a round chambered. … While firearms are prohibited in carry-on bags, you can pack them in your checked baggage as long as you meet the packing guidelines: bit.ly/travelingwithfirearms … As a refresher, carry-on bags go into the cabin of the plane with you. Checked bags go into the cargo hold of the plane where passengers have no access. … When firearms are discovered at the checkpoint, we contact law enforcement and they decide what happens based on background checks, interviews and local laws. … A firearm at the checkpoint could lead to fines, arrests, missed flights or all of the above. As far as what happens to confiscated firearms, that's up to each local police department.