The 13 million passengers who travel out of London Luton Airport each year will soon not have to remove laptops and liquids from bags when passing through security. US-based Leidos has announced it will be the “principle [sic] contractor for technology upgrades across multiple security checkpoints at the airport”, a deal that will see it deploy 12 of its Clearscan cabin baggage scanners and ProPassage automated tray return systems, with the upgrade to be ready during “early 2023”. “When we evaluated solutions that would provide the highest level of security while keeping a simple, friendly passenger journey and experience at

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