UK Airport Passengers Can Soon Leave Laptops, Liquids in Bags – Bloomberg

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Airports in the UK are working on introducing next-generation baggage scanners that will allow passengers to leave laptops and liquids in their bags, hoping to overcome a major bottleneck at check-in lines.
While the new systems — slated to be in place by 2024 at major UK airports — seeks to cut through the cumbersome wait for passengers clumsily placing their bottles and electronic devices into plastic trays, one rule likely won’t change anytime soon: the restriction on liquid sizes limiting containers to 100 milliliters. The Department for Transport said that requirement — which has been in place since 2006 — remains in place even as some airports already test the new systems. 


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