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Thursday, May 29, 2014
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Memorial Day has come and gone, and no matter what the almanac says, it’s officially summertime to many eager travelers. With so many gearing up for summer travel, we figured it would be helpful to list all of our weekly travel tip posts on one page for your convenience. If you can’t find what you’re looking for here, be sure to visit our traveler information section at TSA.gov. If you have specific question that you can’t find the answer to, please reach out to our contact center.

TSA Pre✓® Travel Tip Posts:


Medical Related Travel Tip Posts:

Click on the links for tips on traveling with:


Aerosols, Airsoft Guns, Alcoholic Beverages, Batteries, Children, Deodorant, Dry Ice, Hand Warmers, Jewelry,Knitting Needles, Needlepoint, Pets, Scuba Diving Gear, Vehicle Parts, and Wedding Dresses.

What not to pack:

Credit Card Knives, Fireworks, and Grenades.

Miscellaneous Travel Tips:

  • Can You Fly Without an ID?
  • Download the MyTSA App Today
  • How Not To Forget Your Laptop at the TSA Checkpoint and How to Get It Back If YouDo
  • Lost & Found
  • Memorial Day & Summer Travel
  • Packing Smart to Get Through Security Screening a Little Faster
  • Military Travelers
  • Backpackers, Campers and Fishers
  • TSA Recognized Locks
  • What Causes Shoes to Alarm Metal Detectors?
  • When I Fly, Can I Bring My…?

See you next week with more travel tips!

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Bob Burns
TSA Blog Team

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