UK airports could scrap 100ml liquid hand luggage rule by 2024

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A spokesperson for the Department for Transport says "a number of UK airports" are trialling new technology that would mean liquids and electronics could be left in passengers bags through security.
UK airports could scrap 100ml liquid hand luggage rule by 2024
11 days ago·London, United Kingdom

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UK airports could ditch luggage liquid rules by 2024

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