UK set to lift liquids ban at airports with new 3D tech

UK set to lift liquids ban at airports with new 3D tech

For all major UK airports, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson revealed plans to introduce new 3D screening equipment to ban on liquids above 100ml limit security.

In order to provide security new 3D technology is said to use more advanced imaging systems. This directly means that in the coming months or years passengers can keep liquids and electrical devices in cabin baggage while screening.

Prime Minister Mr Johnson, said "We are looking forward to rising UK’s position as a global hub for trade, tourism and investment by making the journey through UK airports easier than ever." It's the home of the largest aviation network in Europe.


With millions of people passing through airports every year for work, holidays and family visits, it's important for the UK government to take desirable action to make it better.

Currently, the Heathrow Airport is at the testing phase, the new 3D equipment to be gradually rolled out. Still, in the initial day's passengers need to keep laptops and liquids from their cabin bags for security screening until the equipment is fully in place.

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It is said to be launched in few  years till 2022.

According to UK transport secretary, the new screening equipment will improve security and of course make passengers experience smoother. It can be said that it's an end to plastic bags now.

Government of UK thinks ,"As the UK is one of the transport hub and investing in their security infrastructure directly means investing in the nation's future."

This innovative equipment have the potential to reduce time and simultaneously decrease the amount of plastic used at major UK airports...


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