Palma de Mallorca airport plans to end the requirement for passengers to remove liquids and electronics devices from their hand luggage when passing through security.
The move is part of a four-year, €559 million project, which began in November, to redevelop and modernise the Son Sant Joan airport.
Safety will be maintained thanks to security filters equipped with modern technology, the Spanish airport’s director Tomás Melgar told local news source Mallorca Diario in an interview.
Two additional check-in counters and baggage claim carousels will further streamline the arrivals and departures processes.
3D scanners are also being trialled at London’s Heathrow Airport. If the scanners are deployed, the security rules on taking liquids and
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