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If you haven’t flown since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic things at the airport are definitely different.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has implemented changes at checkpoints.
When you come up to the first TSA agent, you will no longer hand them your boarding pass.
You will place your boarding pass on the boarding pass reader.
After scanning, you will hold up your boarding pass to the TSA officer as they do a visual check.
Don’t make security dig through your stuff.
Since food sometimes needs extra inspection, speed up this process by having it separated from your carry-on.
Place your carry-on food items into a clear plastic bag and place that bag into a bin.
Take extra time when packing to make sure you don’t have any prohibited items in your bags.
Due to COVID-19 TSA will allow you to bring one hand sanitizer bottle up to 12 ounces in your carry-on.
While in line you will notice efforts to keep space between travelers and TSA agents.
TSA agents will be wearing masks and travelers are encouraged to do so as well.
You may be asked to adjust or remove it during screening.
Posted – 5.26.20