Scan or Opt-Out
If you’re planning
to fly it is best to know how to use the best option that The Transportation
Security Administration (TSA).
January 2010 the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) implemented Advanced
Imaging Technology in January 2010, or Whole Body Imaging, at airports around
the United States. These devices are used to perform a virtual search of
passengers, looking beneath the clothes to display a picture of the skin.
How To Beat Jet Lag
Before you travel
Top up your sleep
Make sure you're fully rested before you travel. If you’re
flying overnight and you can get a bit of sleep on the flight, it will
help you to stay up until night time once you arrive at your
Change your sleep routine
A few days before you travel, start getting up and going to bed
earlier (if you're travelling east) or later (if you're traveling
west). During the flight, try to eat and sleep according to your
destination's local time.
Airline Travel: What You Must Know Before You Go!
The key to is to not get red-flagged at the airport checkpoint by Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Now that TSA is responsible for screening every passenger who flies and every bag that is loaded onto an air plane.
"Know Before You Go"
security regulations before you leave home can speed your trip through
airport passenger screening. The TSA encourages travelers to “know
before you go.” Basic things to keep in mind before approaching a