Can I bring drinking glasses on an airplane?

Answer Yes. The Transportation Security Administration does not specifically prohibit drinking glasses on airplanes. You can thus pack them into your checked luggage or carry them on-board as long as they... 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 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 »

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 I bring a laptop on an airplane?

Yes. According to the Transportation Security Administration, you can carry a laptop into the cabin, as long as security can X-ray it and examine it for any modifications, if necessary. Security ma... Read More »