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What is now allowed (and what isn't) on planes

Handout images courtesy of the TSA show what airline passengers are allowed (and what they are not allowed) to carry. The U.S. Transportation Security Administration said that travellers can soon bring small pocket knives on board airplanes for the first time since the 9/11 attacks, sparking outrage from flight attendants who said the decision would endanger passengers and crew.

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Knives - allowed

Knives - not allowed


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