I fly several times a year with a bag full of radios (usually two Tecsun
PL380s, five C. Crane Witnesses, etc.), recorders, a DSLR and a laptop.

I've never been asked to turn any of them on. Often they don't even open
the bag.

Having said that - I have TSA PreCheck status tied to my NEXUS border card.
I understand there are some new procedures going into place in the
non-PreCheck lanes.

On Feb 22, 2018 8:25 PM, "Stephen Hawkins" <n...@wccta.net> wrote:

> IRCA,
>
> I have not traveled with a laptop in some time.  I usually take a tablet.
> I have to fly soon with my laptop.  Do you carry on and if so do they want
> you to fire it up at the security desk?  Or do you check it in you suitcase?
>
> Any and all advice will be appreciated.  I check the radios well packed
> and padded in my suitcase.
>
> You can email me off line so as not to clog the mailing list.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Steve
>
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