Have you ever been held up in airport security because some knucklehead broke probably every liquid rule there is? Going through security is hard enough, so why on Earth have they come up with this ridiculous liquid thing to slow us all down? What’s so dangerous about a bottle of water or your favorite perfume or cologne?
Does it have something to do with the pressure in the cabin? Can my liquids somehow mess with the plane’s navigational system? That’s why they ask you to put your cellphone on airplane mode – maybe the two are related? I’m sure you know by now that it all comes down to security.
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What’s so dangerous about liquids… 0:56
… and Samsung Galaxy Note 7? 2:35
❗️ Some things to keep in mind:
– You can’t take a whole bottle of shampoo 3:05
– Liquids are NOT just about drinks 4:28
– Exceptions to this strict liquids rule 5:10
What happens if you forget about the rule 5:49
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– We’re living in a different time, and believe it or not, there have been cases of bad guys making explosive stuff with water bottles and even tubes of toothpaste! And, thus, the rules on “liquids, aerosols, and gels.”
– But airports and airlines can even have their own rules. For example, in 2016, many of them banned flying with the faulty Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which, if you remember, tended to explode on airplanes!
– In general, your carry-on luggage can have liquids, gels, and aerosols in containers that hold no more than 3.4 oz. That is, you can’t take a whole bottle of shampoo, but you can divide it all up into smaller containers.
– And don’t assume that liquids are just about drinks. Toothpaste, sunscreen, deodorant, liquid or gel makeup (even your mascara and lip gloss!) – these are just the toiletries that must abide by the rules.
– Anything to do with food for kids, you can take as much as a small child (usually up to 2 years) will need during the flight.
– Also, if you use any medications, you should provide proof from your doctor indicating the total amount you’ll need during the flight.
– If prohibited items were found in your bag before you check in, you can either give them to those who accompanied you to the airport or put them in your car if it’ll be waiting for you out in the parking lot.
– If the thing is supposed to be confiscated but it’s near and dear to you, like, for example, your grandpappy’s old pocketknife, explain this to the security personnel. Most likely, there is a way to save it.
– On that note, items that have been seized are stored at the airport until the owner’s return. Just make sure that the thing wasn’t simply confiscated forever but that you get some sort of documentation of it giving you the right to get this thing back.
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