Can you bring tweezers on an airplane?

Answer 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 »

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Are you allowed to bring tweezers on an airplane?

The Transportation Security Administration guidelines allow you to have tweezers in aircraft cabins. Other personal-care items, including nail clippers, safety razors and nail files, are also permi... Read More »

Can I bring nail clippers&tweezers on an airplane now?

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Transportation Safety Administration includes nail clippers and tweezers on its list of acceptable items to bring on commercial airline flights, as of Feb... Read More »

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 I bring a Maglite on the airplane?

As of June 2010, the TSA does not include Maglites or flashlights on its list of prohibited items. However, the TSA agent checking your luggage may disallow Maglites longer than seven inches due to... Read More »