Thiruvananthapuram International Airport is taking new steps to stop passengers from carrying any kind of prohibited items in their baggage. The airport will be installing in-line remote screening facilities soon that will help in detecting all these restricted products inside both check-in and cabin luggage. With this new advancement, it will get easier and more convenient for the staff to identify these items.
In-Line Remote Screening Facilities Will Be Introduced At The Thiruvananthapuram Airport Soon
Thiruvananthapuram International Airport is bringing new additions to the premises to enhance the safety of passengers. This new technology will be crucial to identify banned items in the bags and later not allow the flyers to carry all such items in their journey. The incidents of passengers carrying restricted items are increasing rapidly. Thiruvananthapuram airport spotted about 1012 luggage carrying prohibited products in the month of April, according to a report by Onmanorama.
The number jumped to 1201 bags in May in the international terminal. June saw a total 0f 1135 baggage carrying restricted items. Around 30 pieces of luggage are checked by the staff every day. And if they detect any banned items, then they stop the passengers from carrying them.
Here’s Why Everone Needs To Follow The Guidelines And Stop Carrying Banned Items
There are proper rules and regulations provided by each and every airline that specifies all the items that passengers cannot carry in their check-in and cabin luggage. Make sure to follow the guidelines accordingly when you are packing your bags. If the airport staff detects the prohibited items in anyone’s luggage, they will prevent the flyer from carrying it and also discard those.
It not only just wastes all the money spent on purchasing those products but also takes a whole process to throw out the items. Airport authorities stated in a recent release how this process can result in delaying flights as well, according to a report by Hindu. Products such as pepper spray, e-cigarettes, sharp objects, and more are not allowed.
The next time you are packing your bags to catch a flight, make sure to avoid such products.
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