Spring and summer travel means traveling with the popular aerosol sunscreens - but what exactly does the TSA allow in a checked bag and in a carry-on? Review the TSA's guidelines on traveling with aerosols in today's Travel Tips blog post.
Trip leaders and parent chaperones often admit that the most worrisome aspect of traveling with students is getting everyone through airport security efficiently. But the truth is that airports can be easily maneuvered, as long as everyone in the group is on the same page with packing.
Luckily, the TSA offers a free app to provide airline passengers with 24/7 access to the most frequently requested airport security information on any mobile device. Learn more about how the" MyTSA" app can help your students pack and prepare for your trip. (Our favorite feature? Definitely the searchable database of items that can and can't go in checked or carry-on bags.)
The most stressful part of student travel for trip leaders and chaperones can often be the thought of getting all the students efficiently through airport security. Not surprisingly, one of our most popular blog posts is about advice for reducing airport stress when traveling with a school group. According to a new study conducted by Upgraded Points, these are the U.S. airports with the best and worst TSA security wait times.
Travelers flying in the next two weeks need to be well-prepared as the TSA is predicting a record-breaking number of travelers this holiday season.
Experienced travelers know that the key to efficient airline travel is smart packing, but what about all the eggnog, poinsettias, and Christmas gifts you need to pack? Should you wrap your presents before flying or wait until you arrive at your destination? What about bringing Aunt Sally's leftover fruit cake back home with you? Is that even allowed past security? Check out TSA's top recommendations for 2019 Holiday Travel to answer all your questions:
There is an important change coming to airport security in 2020. We encourage school groups planning trips in 2020 to consider the changes to TSA security, particularly in regards to adult trip chaperones.
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