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If the FAA bans an item, it's up to the airline, not TSA, to ensure that such items are not in either carry-on or checked luggage.

The TSA currently enforces other FAA bans, like limits on alcohol.

And why have you posted this comment 6 times?

Do you have a source for this?

Sure. Google “tsa” and click “what can I bring?”, it goes right to the descriptions which cite the FAA regulations. https://www.tsa.gov/travel/security-screening/whatcanibring/...

I clicked your link, and ctrl-f'd "FAA", it only cites the FAA for "Alcoholic beverages" and "Alcoholic beverages over 140 proof", "Car Parts", ...

I gave up at this point thanks to an error:

    An AJAX HTTP error occurred.
    HTTP Result Code: 503
    StatusText: Service Unavailable
Finally I searched for "Laptops" which doesn't mention the FAA at all.


Carry On Bags: Yes

Checked Bags: Yes

Please remove the laptops from your bag and place it in a separate bin for X-ray screening.

TSA Pre® travelers do not need to remove shoes, laptops, 3-1-1 liquids, belts or light jackets. Please see TSA Pre® for more information."

> it only cites the FAA for ...

The link above goes to a partial list. Click on “A-Z list” on the right side to see everything in one page, and then CTRL+F “faa” and you’ll see 17 matches.


> Finally I searched for “Laptops” which doesn’t mention the FAA at all.

Right, I see the same thing under laptop, but you might take a look at “Power Banks” and “Power Charger” and “Phone Charger” which all mention lithium ion batteries and reference FAA web pages -- however the link seems to be broken.

Then search Google for "how did Epstein die" and watch as its crystal ball of truth decides the future.

Why did you post the same comment so many times?

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