Can I bring a GPS on a commercial airplane?

Answer You can carry a portable GPS (Global Positioning System) in your carry-on luggage for a commercial flight, but be prepared to turn the GPS on when you pass through security screening. Before using ... Read More »

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Can you bring an MRE on an airplane?

The Federal Aviation Administration prohibits bring more than 3 ounces of liquids onto commercial airplanes. The pressurized contents of a Meal Ready to Eat (MRE) and the liquid in the meal itself ... Read More »

Can you bring a zune on an airplane?

You can use a Microsoft Zune (as well as any similar electronic MP3 device) on an airplane after the craft has reached 10,000 feet and until 15 minutes before landing. Be sure any Wi-Fi features ar... Read More »

Can you bring tweezers on an airplane?

Tweezers are not prohibited by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Travelers are generally free to bring tweezers with them through security checkpoints and on airplanes; however, th... Read More »

Can you bring batteries on an airplane?

As of February 2011, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) permits bringing batteries on airplanes -- on your person or in carry-on luggage only. Spillable-type batteries -- those that c... Read More »