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Airport Security

In addition to X-raying cabin luggage, limiting carry-on liquids to three-ounce containers, and requiring the removal of one's shoes, belt, jackets, sweaters and other accessories in order to pass through security, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) requires that all air travel passengers go through a metal detector or a full body scan. Travelers who refuse or set-off the detector or scanner will be subjected to an enhanced pat-down. For more details about these procedures, please consult the TSA website entitled .

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