FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - As we get into the summer season, people will be flying off to their vacation destinations and the TSA wants to remind you of the rules.
The Transportation Security Administration was at the Fort Wayne International Airport to discuss what is and isn't allowed on planes. That includes things like lighters and alcohol over 140 proof. And you want to make sure all carry-on liquids are in a quart plastic bag and are all smaller than 3.4 ounces.
A TSA spokesperson says they see many of these items all the time and they could be the difference between making and missing your flight.
If you're unsure if an item is allowed, they can be found on the TSA website.
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