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TSA eases liquids ban, but wine bottles are still prohibited

TSA announced today an ease on their ban on liquids, but don’t expect to carry on a couple bottles of your favorite Cabernet any time soon.

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced today it is adjusting its total ban on liquids, gels and aerosols effective Tuesday, September 26. There are two significant changes: Travelers will be allowed to carry travel-size toiletries (3 ounce or less) that fit comfortably in ONE quart-size, clear plastic, zip-top bag through security checkpoints. Travelers may also bring items, including beverages, purchased in the secure, boarding area on-board the aircraft.

Read the full press release here.

2 Comments

  1. I read on the TSA website today that you can carry alcohol on board, both in checked and carry on luggage. The only restriction noted was if it contained more than 70% alcohol. Wine isn’t that strong. TSA does not specifically ban wine where I looked, nor does it permit, but if alcohol under 70% is permitted so long as it is in the original bottle, why would wine be banned? Why do you say it is?

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