In what it said would be “the biggest shake-up of airport security rules in decades”, the British government set airports a June 2024 deadline to end the 100 ml limit on liquids in carry-on bags and the need for passengers to remove computers from luggage while en route through security checks. Airports will have to “install new security technology” to make the changes possible, the Department of Transport announced, saying the proposed systems had being tested domestically since 2018 and have been implemented at Schipol Airport in Amsterdam and in several US terminals. Christopher Snelling, policy director at The Airport

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