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The ban on liquids over 100ml for people going through airport security will be lifted as a result of new scanning technology.

Passengers will also be allowed to keep water bottles and creams in their hand luggage as they pass through security thanks to new 3D scanners, Boris Johnson has announced.

All major UK airports will be required to have the equipment, which could also allow passengers to keep laptops and liquids in the bags without having to remove them for checks.

The plans will cut down on the use of plastic bags in airports as passengers will no longer be required to display their toiletries in them before being allowed through security.

Mr Johnson said: “We are home to the largest...

The ban on liquids over 100ml for people going through airport security will be lifted as a result of new scanning technology.

Passengers will also be allowed to keep water bottles and creams in their hand luggage as they pass through security thanks to new 3D scanners, Boris Johnson has announced.

All major UK airports will be required to have the equipment, which could also allow passengers to keep laptops and liquids in the bags without having to remove them for checks.

The plans will cut down on the use of plastic bags in airports as passengers will no longer be required to display their toiletries in them before being allowed through security.

Mr Johnson said: “We are home to the largest...

The ban on liquids over 100ml for people going through airport security will be lifted as a result of new scanning technology.

Passengers will also be allowed to keep water bottles and creams in their hand luggage as they pass through security thanks to new 3D scanners, Boris Johnson has announced.

All major UK airports will be required to have the equipment, which could also allow passengers to keep laptops and liquids in the bags without having to remove them for checks.

The plans will cut down on the use of plastic bags in airports as passengers will no longer be required to display their toiletries in them before being allowed through security.

Mr Johnson said: “We are home to the largest...

The ban on liquids over 100ml for people going through airport security will be lifted as a result of new scanning technology.

Passengers will also be allowed to keep water bottles and creams in their hand luggage as they pass through security thanks to new 3D scanners, Boris Johnson has announced.

All major UK airports will be required to have the equipment, which could also allow passengers to keep laptops and liquids in the bags without having to remove them for checks.

The plans will cut down on the use of plastic bags in airports as passengers will no longer be required to display their toiletries in them before being allowed through security.

Mr Johnson said: “We are home to the largest...