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"
Knowing 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 screening line:
For information about the latest security guidelines, questions about baggage screening, and lists of items allowed or prohibited in baggage, visit the Transportation Security Administration Web site.
Remember, whether you are arriving or departing from Denver International Airport, all baggage and vehicles are subject to search at any time.
Do not leave bags unattended. They will be confiscated and may be destroyed. If you notice an unattended item or suspicious activity, immediately report it to airport personnel.