Airport lines may be a thing of the past as TSA explores more advanced screening technology

It’s no secret that air travel can be a dizzying and frustrating experience that can sometimes require people to show up at the airport a full two hours before their flight. Part of the logistical nightmare stems from the fact that security checks these days — due to the 9/11 attacks and Richard Reid’s 2001 attempt to blow up an American Airlines flight with explosives hidden inside his sneaker — are incredibly tedious and often result in long lines that move along at a snail’s pace.

There may be hope, however, on the horizon. According to a report from Bloomberg, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is currently exploring new checkpoint technology that could allow passengers to keep liquids and laptops in their bags instead of having to remove them and have them examined separately.

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