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UK Set To Lift Ban On Liquids At Airports With New 3-D Tech

LONDON – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Sunday unveiled plans for all major UK airports to introduce a ground-breaking 3D cabin baggage screening equipment in order to eventually phase out the ban on liquids above a 100-ml limit through security.

This could mean in future passengers may be able to keep liquids and electrical equipment, like laptops and tablets, in their cabin baggage while it is screened. The Heathrow Airport is currently trial testing the new 3D equipment to be rolled out at other UK airports by December 2022.

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