Airport security rules set to change thanks to Boris Johnson

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Airport security has been strict surrounding liquids and laptops for 13 years.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled the plans.

Thanks to 3D cabin baggage technology it will not be necessary to take liquids in 100ml bottles out at security, an irritating precaution for rushed travellers.

Now you will be able to take liquids like water bottles through with you.

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Travel news: Airport security liquids and laptops hand luggage rules - when will they come in?

This is likely to speed up the security system, a relief for airline passengers.

When will the changes come into a effect?

All airports will be required to have the 3D security technology but December 2022.

Heathrow has said: “We are home to the largest aviation network in Europe, with millions of people passing through our airports every year for work, holidays and family visits.

“We’re set to streamline those trips with the rollout of this ground-breaking technology – cutting down hassle for travellers and improving security measures.”

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