UK airports could scrap security rules on liquids thanks to new hi-tech scanners

The introduction of 3D scanners at airports could mean passengers no longer have to remove liquids from hand luggage.

The UK government is considering installing the hi-tech scanners in airports around the country.

If the technology is rolled out, the security rules on taking liquids and laptops out of carry-on bags could be scrapped in the UK in 2024.

A final decision is yet to be made, but what could it mean for the future of air travel?

What are the security rules for liquids in hand luggage?

The current rules in UK airports require passengers to place all liquids into a clear plastic bag to pass through security.

Passengers are allowed to bring a

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