TSA Rolls Out New Security Procedure At Wichita's Eisenhower Airport

TSA Rolls Out New Security Procedure At Wichita's Eisenhower Airport

Travelers will now have to place all electronics larger than a cell phone in bins for X-ray screening.

There are no changes to what travelers are allowed to bring through the security checkpoint, but you can expect to remove more items from your carry-on bags when they're screened.

With a busy holiday season around the corner, airport officials want to make sure you're aware of steps you can take to avoid delays at the screening counters.

Don't be surprised if a TSA agent suggests removing food from carry-on bags as well. The stronger security measures do not apply to passengers enrolled in TSA Pre? who are using TSA Pre? lanes.

Officials at Charlotte Douglas International Airport are preparing for the airport's busiest travel time next week, when thousands will head off to their Thanksgiving destinations.

Based on tickets already booked, almost 7,000 passengers are expected on the day before Thanksgiving and the Sunday after the holiday, said Valerie Wise, air service and marketing manager for the Wichita Airport Authority.

The TSA is planning new security upgrades, which including larger bins with cameras that will photograph the contents of the bins. You may be asked to turn them on to prove they are what they appear to be.