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Thread: india's DEL and ATQ airports friendly to Tom Bihn Cache "checkpoint friendly case"

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    india's DEL and ATQ airports friendly to Tom Bihn Cache "checkpoint friendly case"

    hi folks!

    i traveled through the security checkpoints at delhi (DEL) and amritsar (ATQ), and wanted to share that they are friendly to the cache. in each case, i did not have to remove my macbook air from the cache.

    likewise, security in toronto (YYZ), in washington dulles (IAD), and in new york (JFK) was also happy to see the macbook air go through the x-ray inside the cache.
    Darcy and backpack like this.
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    Can I just add Edinburgh, Birmingham, Bristol, Alicante and San Javier to that list, please? All are happy to take a cached MacBook. Though Alicante didn't ask me to take it out at all, so I didn't bother!

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    Just wanted to say: maverick is back!!!!!!!!!
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    that's awesome to hear, eric!

    and thanks, darcy! it's good to be back!!

    maybe we can get a list of cache friendly airports together and even integrate it into a map?

    i'm not sure what the best way is to go about this, but here is a start with google maps!

    map link
    -m

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    Quote Originally Posted by maverick View Post
    that's awesome to hear, eric!

    and thanks, darcy! it's good to be back!!

    maybe we can get a list of cache friendly airports together and even integrate it into a map?

    i'm not sure what the best way is to go about this, but here is a start with google maps!

    map link

    Darcy, would you mind pinning the post and link into maybe all about bags as Keep your computer in its Cache at those Friendly Airport


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