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You can Now Pack Electronic Cigarettes in Carry-on Bags, according to TSA
In an interesting development for e-cigarette smokers everywhere, the TSA has formally approved electronic cigarettes for travel in carry-on luggage across the United States. This announcement was made through the Security Agency’s Twitter and Instagram accounts, where all “Ecigs and vaping” devices were unequivocally given the green light for airline expeditions. The only exception would be in those rare cases where an electronic cigarette was modified to look like a weapon.
As e-cigarettes become more common and widespread in use, it was apparent that the TSA had to take a firm stance on the issue. Travelers with ecigs would attempt to hide their portable vaping devices in hidden luggage compartments, but this is entirely unnecessary according to this recent development.
If your electronic cigarette is not shaped like a gun, knife, or any other potentially dangerous weapon, it is 100% safe for you to travel with. As long as the TSA can tell that your device is an electronic cigarette at a glance, you are ready to fly with your healthy smoking companion.
— TSA (@TSA) July 10, 2014