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Guidence For Airline passengers - August 16, 2006, 07:34 PM

I've been/will be doing alot of traveling lately and have become very confused, tired, and frustrated w/ all the new rules in what u can and cannot do when flying...shit is always changing. So after doing some searching, I found tsa.gov was very informative. If anyone has any other info PLEASE share. Here is what I found....

Permitted & Prohibited Items
Prohibited items are weapons, explosives, incendiaries, and include items that are seemingly harmless but may be used as weapons – the so-called "dual use" items. You may not bring these items to or through security checkpoints without authorization.

If you bring a prohibited item to the checkpoint, you may be criminally and/or civilly prosecuted or, at the least, asked to rid yourself of the item. A transportation security officer (TSO – formerly a screener) and/or law enforcement officer will make this determination, depending on what the item is and the circumstances. Bringing a prohibited item to a security checkpoint – even accidentally – is illegal.

Your prohibited item may be detained for use in an investigation and, if necessary, as evidence in your criminal and/or civil prosecution. If permitted by the TSO or law enforcement officer, you may be allowed to: consult with the airlines for possible assistance in placing the prohibited item in checked baggage; withdraw with the item from the screening checkpoint at that time; make other arrangements for the item, such as taking it to your car or mailing it to yourself; or, voluntarily abandon the item. Items that are voluntarily abandoned or confiscated by a law enforcement officer cannot be recovered and will not be returned to you. Property claims for these items will also be denied by TSA.

The following chart outlines items that are permitted and items that are prohibited in your carry-on or checked baggage. You should note that some items are allowed in your checked baggage, but not your carry-on. Also pay careful attention to the "Notes" included at the bottom of each section – they contain important information about restrictions and exceptions.

The prohibited and permitted items chart is not intended to be all-inclusive and is updated as necessary. To ensure everyone’s security, the TSO may determine that an item not on the prohibited items chart is prohibited. In addition, the TSO may also determine that an item on the permitted chart is dangerous and therefore may not be brought through the security checkpoint.

The chart applies to flights originating within the United States. Please check with your airline or travel agent for restrictions at destinations outside of the United States.












Can I take it?



Carry-on






Checked



Personal Items
Cigar Cutters



Yes






Yes



Corkscrews



Yes






Yes



Cuticle Cutters



Yes






Yes



Eyeglass Repair Tools - (including screwdrivers)



Yes






Yes



Eyelash Curlers



Yes






Yes



Knitting and Crochet Needles



Yes






Yes



Knives - except for plastic or round bladed butter knives



No






Yes



Nail Clippers



Yes






Yes



Nail Files



Yes






Yes



Personal care or toiletries with aerosols, in limited quantities -(such as hairsprays, deodorants)



Yes






Yes



Safety Razors (including disposable razors)



Yes






Yes



Scissors - plastic or metal with blunt tips



Yes






Yes



Scissors - metal with pointed tips and blades shorter than four inches in length



Yes






Yes



Toy Transformer Robots



Yes






Yes



Toy Weapons - (if not realistic replicas)



Yes






Yes



Tweezers



Yes






Yes



Umbrellas - (allowed in carry-on baggage once they have been inspected to ensure that prohibited items are not concealed)



Yes






Yes



Walking Canes - (allowed in carry-on baggage once they have been inspected to ensure that prohibited items are not concealed)



Yes






Yes



Note Some personal care items containing aerosol are regulated as hazardous materials. The FAA regulates hazardous materials. This information is summarized at www.faa.gov, click on Passengers, then Preparing to Fly.

Medication and Special Needs Devices
Braille Note-Taker, Slate and Stylus, Augmentation Devices



Yes






Yes



Diabetes-Related Supplies/Equipment - (once inspected to ensure prohibited items are not concealed) including: insulin and insulin loaded dispensing products; vials or box of individual vials; jet injectors; pens; infusers; and preloaded syringes; and an unlimited number of unused syringes, when accompanied by insulin; lancets; blood glucose meters; blood glucose meter test strips; insulin pumps; and insulin pump supplies. Insulin in any form or dispenser must be properly marked with a professionally printed label identifying the medication or manufacturer’s name or pharmaceutical label.




Yes






Yes



Nitroglycerine pills or spray for medical use -(if properly marked with a professionally printed label identifying the medication or manufacturer’s name or pharmaceutical label)




Yes






Yes



Ostomy Scissors - All scissors with blades four inches or less



Yes






Yes



Prosthetic Device Tools and Appliances - including drills and drill bits, allen wrenches, pullsleeves used to put on or remove prosthetic devices, if carried by the individual with the prosthetic device or his or her companion




Yes






Yes



Can I take it?



Carry-on






Checked



Electronic Devices
Camcorders



Yes






Yes



Camera Equipment - the checked baggage screening equipment will damage undeveloped film in camera equipment. We recommend that you either put undeveloped film and cameras containing undeveloped film in your carry-on baggage or take undeveloped film with you to the checkpoint and ask the screener to conduct a hand-inspection.




Yes






Yes



Laptop Computers



Yes






Yes



Mobile Phones



Yes






Yes



Pagers



Yes






Yes



Personal Data Assistants (PDA’s)



Yes






Yes




Note Check with your airline or travel agent for restrictions on the use of these and other electronic items during your flight.

Sharp Objects
Box Cutters



No






Yes



Ice Axes/Ice Picks



No






Yes



Knives - except for plastic or round bladed butter knives




No






Yes



Meat Cleavers



No






Yes



Razor-Type Blades - such as box cutters, utility knives, razor blades not in a cartridge, but excluding safety razors.




No






Yes



Sabers



No






Yes



Scissors – metal with pointed tips and blades shorter than four inches




Yes






Yes



Swords



No






Yes



Note Any sharp objects in checked baggage should be sheathed or securely wrapped to prevent injury to baggage handlers and inspectors.
Sporting Goods
Baseball Bats



No






Yes



Bows and Arrows



No






Yes



Cricket Bats



No






Yes



Golf Clubs



No






Yes



Hockey Sticks



No






Yes



Lacrosse Sticks



No






Yes



Pool Cues



No






Yes



Ski Poles



No






Yes



Spear Guns



No






Yes



Can I take it?



Carry-on






Checked



Guns and Firearms


Ammunition - Check with your airline or travel agent to see if ammunition is permitted in checked baggage on the airline you are flying. If ammunition is permitted, it must be declared to the airline at check-in. Small arms ammunitions for personal use must be securely packed in fiber, wood or metal boxes or other packaging specifically designed to carry small amounts of ammunition. Ask about limitations or fees, if any, that apply.



No






Yes



BB guns



No






Yes



Compressed Air Guns



No






Yes



Firearms - firearms carried as checked baggage MUST be unloaded,
packed in a locked hard-sided container, and declared to the airline at check-in.




No






Yes



Flare Guns



No






No



Gun Lighters



No






No



Gun Powder



No






No



Parts of Guns and Firearms



No






Yes



Pellet Guns



No






Yes



Realistic Replicas of Firearms



No






Yes



Starter Pistols



No






Yes



Note Check with your airline or travel agent to see if firearms are permitted in checked baggage on the airline you are flying. Ask about limitations or fees, if any, that apply. All of the firearms listed above, as well the frame or receiver of such firearms, carried as checked baggage, MUST be unloaded, packed in locked hard-sided gun case, and declared to your airline at check-in."
Tools
Axes and Hatchets



No






Yes



Cattle Prods



No






Yes



Crowbars



No






Yes



Hammers



No






Yes



Drills and drill bits - (including cordless portable power drills)



No






Yes



Saws - (including cordless portable power saws)



No






Yes



Tools - (greater than seven inches in length)



No






Yes



Tools - (seven inches or less in length)



Yes






Yes



Screwdrivers - (seven inches or less in length)



Yes






Yes



Wrenches and Pliers - (seven inches or less in length)



Yes






Yes



Note Any sharp objects in checked baggage should be sheathed or securely wrapped to prevent injury to baggage handlers and security screeners.
Martial Arts/Self Defense Items
Billy Clubs



No






Yes



Black Jacks



No






Yes



Brass Knuckles



No






Yes



Kubatons



No






Yes



Mace/Pepper Spray - One 118 ml or 4 Fl. oz. container of mace or pepper spray is permitted in checked baggage provided it is equipped with a safety mechanism to prevent accidental discharge. For more information visit www.faa.gov, click on Passengers, then Preparing to Fly.



No






Yes



Martial Arts Weapons



No






Yes



Night Sticks



No






Yes



Nunchakus



No






Yes






Can I take it?



Carry-on






Checked



Martial Arts/Self Defense Items
Stun Guns/Shocking Devices



No






Yes



Throwing Stars



No






Yes



Note Any sharp objects in checked baggage should be sheathed or securely wrapped to prevent injury
to baggage handlers and security screeners.
Explosive Materials


Blasting Caps



No






No



Dynamite



No






No



Fireworks



No






No



Flares (in any form)



No






No



Hand Grenades



No






No



Plastic Explosives



No






No



Realistic Replicas of Explosives



No






No



Flammable Items
Aerosol - (any except for personal care or toiletries in limited quantities)



No






No



Fuels - (including cooking fuels and any flammable liquid fuel)



No






No



Gasoline



No






No



Gas Torches



No






No



Lighter Fluid



No






No



Lighters *
No *
No *
Strike-anywhere Matches **
No **
No **
Turpentine and Paint Thinner



No






No



Realistic Replicas of Incendiaries



No






No



*All lighters are prohibited as carry-on items. Lighters without fuel are permitted in checked baggage. Lighters with fuel are prohibited in checked baggage, unless they adhere to DOT exemptions, which allows up to two fueled lighters if properly enclosed in a DOT approved case. If you are uncertain as to whether your lighter is prohibited, please refrain from bringing it to the airport.
** Up to 4 books of safety (non-strike anywhere) matches are permitted as carry-on items, but all matches are prohibited in checked baggage
Note There are other hazardous materials that are regulated by the FAA. This information is summarized at www.faa.gov, click on Passengers, then Preparing to Fly.
Disabling Chemicals and Other Dangerous Items
Chlorine for Pools and Spas



No






No



Compressed Gas Cylinders - (including fire extinguishers)



No






No



Liquid Bleach



No






No



Spillable Batteries - (except those in wheelchairs)



No






No



Spray Paint



No






No



Tear Gas



No






No



Note There are other hazardous materials that are regulated by the FAA. This information is summarized at www.faa.gov, click on Passengers, then Preparing to Fly.







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August 17, 2006, 07:51 AM

How are these rules hard for anyone to follow? Do not bring anything with you that could even POSSIBLY be construed as a weapon. And if you do feel the need to bring something like that on an airplane with you...Do us all a favor and PUT IT IN YOUR CHECKED BAGGAGE!!!!!! I can't stand it when some dumbass has scissors in his carry-on, and it holds everyone up, and all he can say is "What? I can't take those on the airplane with me?" One of these days I just want to yell "No, you can't take those on the airplane with you. It's been that way since 2001 dumbass, and it's probably not changing!"


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From the same site, but I'm not about to read through your post and figure out if it's the same or not.

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It's not that complicated.
If it can be a weapon, don't bring it on the fucking plane.

Seriously, what the fuck do you need your lighter, scissors, etc for on the fucking plane flight? Just check them through and pick them up on the other end.... simple as that.
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It's all good until something happens again. Scissors are alowed until a terrorist stabs someone in the eye with them, knitting needles are allowed until a disgruntled passenger chucks it at a co-pilot and so on. The whole pouring of the water out thing is the dumbest shit I've heard yet. They have people put them in the trash all over the airport... what if there really is explosive shit in the water!?! Then you have trash bags and shit blowing up all over the place.


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Better than on the plane. On that note, it's better to be safe than sorry.
Why the fuck do you need scissors on the plane? Is there an arts and crafts seat that I'm missing?

It's fucking transportation people, not a swap meet. All you need is your ass in a seat, check the rest.
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It's all good until something happens again. Scissors are alowed until a terrorist stabs someone in the eye with them, knitting needles are allowed until a disgruntled passenger chucks it at a co-pilot and so on. The whole pouring of the water out thing is the dumbest shit I've heard yet. They have people put them in the trash all over the airport... what if there really is explosive shit in the water!?! Then you have trash bags and shit blowing up all over the place.
Since Nitro Glycerin looks like water I'm fine with making you toss it out. And a can blowing up in the airport versus 30k feet with 100 passengers,uh yeah, I'll go for the can in the airport!!


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Refined Security Measures Announced
Effective Tuesday, September 26, TSA Is Adjusting The Ban On Liquids, Aerosols And Gels.
  1. Travelers may now carry through security checkpoints travel-size toiletries (3 ounces or less) that fit comfortably in ONE, QUART-SIZE, clear plastic, zip-top bag.
  2. After clearing security, travelers can now bring beverages and other items purchased in the secure boarding area on-board aircraft.
At the checkpoint travelers will be asked to remove the zip-top bag of liquids and place it in a bin or on the conveyor belt. X-raying separately will allow TSA security officers to more easily examine the declared items.
In addition, larger amounts of prescription liquid medications, baby formula and diabetic glucose treatments must be declared at the checkpoint for additional screening.
http://www.tsa.gov/travelers/airtrav...ted-items.shtm

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Essential non-prescription liquid and gel medications up to 4 oz per container (including saline solution, eye care products, and KY jelly)
Since when is KY Jelly an essential medication? Scot, you must have one hell of a lobby!

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