Air travel continues to be impacted after the plot to target U.S. bound flights from London came to light Thursday. Because investigators suspect that liquid explosives were part of the plot, airlines in the United States are prohibiting any liquids in carry on luggage. Shampoo, suntan lotion and toothpaste are among the prohibited items. We spoke with some local travelers at the Pitt Greenville airport who say the minor inconveniences are worth the increased security, but miss carrying on certain items like toothpaste. Airlines are allowing passengers to carry on baby formula and prescription medicine with the passenger's name clearly printed on the label.
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