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5 Things TSA Wants Every Flyer to Know

If you’re one of the millions of people flying out of U.S. airports this summer, you’re probably thinking about the Transportation Security Administration security gantlet. We all know the drill: arrive two hours before your flight, stand in slowly-shuffling lines, take off your jacket and shoes and get out your laptop (or are we still doing those?). Oops! Take off your belt! But it’s all to keep us safe when we fly.

Robert Firpo-Cappiello, Budget Travel Editor-in-Chief, has put together some helpful hints about how to make your TSA experience a little smoother. I’m going to check it out right now. If you’re getting on a plane anytime soon, you should, too.