16 Ways to Get Through TSA Airport Security Faster
Cindy Graham, creator of travel site Blue Bag Nomads, advises removing items from a bag that are unusual and might require further inspection. "It's just a common sense thing to do, but I follow this rule religiously now: When in doubt, take it out," says Graham, who was held up at a screening checkpoint in Cancun, Mexico, by an unusual pair of souvenir salt shakers. "It took 20 minutes for them to find them in the bag, question us, and then release us."
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