Friday, August 11, 2006

Okay...

According to the TSA website, baby's bottles are being allowed through security and on the plane, as are laptops, pdas, and cell phones.

However, I would check their site before you leave to go on a trip and print out what they allow. Anecdotal evidence suggests that the screeners don't necessarily comport with what the official policy is.

3 comments:

Suz said...

We just came back from a domestic flight and it was a surprising breeze! They just looked at our bottles of formula and said "ok." I'm sure that international is much more difficult.

Anne Glamore said...

Someone posted on my site wondering if she could get on a plane wearing her bra with gel inserts!!! HA!! But not an unreasonable worry!

Kat said...

I'm with Suz. Just came in on a domestic flight from one International airport to another on Thursday and it was surprisingly easy. Big hold up was in check in b/c everyone was re-packing their checked luggage right there. We took two bottles of formula through for my 6 mo old and they didn't ask us to drink it or anything. No questions asked. They did make my toddler take his sandals off and scan them...he must have looked shady.