You Might Not Have To Remove Your Liquids At The Airport Anymore

Your days of hauling liquids and electronics out of your baggage at security could be numbered.

New technology is being trailed at New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport that allows security personnel to view the contents of a passenger’s carry on from all angles while it’s in the scanner. This means that removing certain types of items from your baggage might no longer be necessary.

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The new scanners are also being tested at Amsterdam’s Schipol and London’s Heathrow airports. They could be real game-changers for people who always seem to be running late for their flights.

While the new scanners are still in the trial stages, here’s hoping they become the new norm soon.