The U.S. Transportation Security Administration is boosting security measures by requiring any carry-on electronics larger than a cellphone to be screened separately at U.S. airports.
Security officers will ask travelers to take all larger devices out of their bags and put them in a bin by themselves, similar to the screening of most travelers’ laptops, TSA announced Wednesday.
‘An increased threat’
TSA cited an “an increased threat to aviation security” as the reason for the move. The change will not apply to PreCheck lanes.
The new rule eliminates one benefit of leaving laptops at home and traveling with a tablet. In the past, travelers …read more