Thursday, 17 May 2018

Airline passengers are told not to take their own food on flights as it can be 'mistaken for a suspicious item' at security.

Airline passengers in the UK are being told not to take their own food on flights.

New guidance from the Department for Transport (DfT) says any food items or powders should be 'packed into hold baggage where possible'.

Transport officials say that storing food in carry-on bags can obstruct images on the x-ray machine or may be mistaken for suspicious items, leading to additional checks.

By Jennifer Newtown.
Full story at Daily Mail.

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