The British airport has announced the cancellation of restrictions on 100 ml of liquids in carry-on baggage
Many passengers around the world are familiar with the restriction on liquids in hand luggage. However, Britons using the services of Leeds Airport will be able to avoid this strict rule.
According to a new announcement, the restriction may be lifted in February 2024, thanks to new technologies. And that's not all the good news. According to The Scottish Sun, electronic devices will also not need to be removed from luggage.
Currently, travelers have to unpack their bags to remove liquids and electronics while going through airport security.
This routinely slows down the queue and forces passengers to spend more time at the airport.
However, the new security system from Leidos, which will be fully operational in February 2024, will change this situation. Avoiding restrictions will significantly speed up the process of passing through security checks.
The statement reads: "In addition, we are introducing new body scanners, electronic gates, and intelligent tray return systems to make your journey more seamless than ever! No more unpacking your carry-on baggage, just a seamless passage through security."
This means that passengers no longer need to comply with strict rules for the transportation of liquids up to 100 milliliters, the publication writes.