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CATSA
News and info on airport security screening in Canada. Account monitored M-F, 8 am – 4 pm Terms: Français
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CATSA 10h
Santa’s List includes the naughty & nice, but ours is naughty restricted. Create your “nice only” essential travel checklist here:
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CATSA 16h
Join us! On Tuesday, Dec. 8, at 12 p.m. EST, we’ll be live in Canada’s capital to share essential tips for essential travel this holiday season.
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CATSA Dec 3
Keep gifts unwrapped for security screening.
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CATSA Dec 2
Already on day 10 of your Advent calendar? We won’t judge. Bring all the chocolate your heart desires in your carry-on.
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CATSA Dec 2
Next Tuesday, Dec. 8, at 12 p.m. EST we will be reporting LIVE from Ottawa : We’ll be sharing essential tips for essential travel this holiday season.
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CATSA Dec 1
An apple a day can keep the doctor away, and it can also go through an x-ray. Fruit, veggies and solid food are a ✔️ in your carry-on or checked baggage.
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CATSA Nov 30
We have tips for travelling with service animals and more on our special-needs page:
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CATSA Nov 27
Pancakes without maple syrup just aren’t the same, so keep sweet sauces <100ml in your carry-on.
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CATSA Nov 26
Hello or bonjour? You decide. At bilingual airports, we can serve you in the official language of your choice.
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CATSA Nov 24
– you can bring a license plate with you in your carry-on or checked baggage.
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CATSA Nov 23
Make sure you follow our guidelines for travelling with batteries:
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CATSA Nov 20
On Universal Children’s Day, we have handy tips on travelling with children here:
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CATSA Nov 19
Be a smart packer by using our “What can I bring?” page: Find it here:
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CATSA Nov 18
Q: Which mask is acceptable to wear through the security checkpoint? A: If you picked the light blue, non-surgical mask, you are correct. More on acceptable and not acceptable non-medical masks here:
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CATSA Nov 17
Nothing left behind: put your favourite spreads >100ml in your checked baggage, not carry-on!
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CATSA Nov 16
– you can now bring an extra bottle of hand sanitizer (up to 355 ml) in addition to the 100 ml liquids you place in a 1L resealable bag.
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CATSA Nov 13
Create an essential travel checklist for your essential trip:
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CATSA Nov 12
Replying to @Bella_Emerald1
Hello, yes it is. Wishing you a smooth trip!
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CATSA Nov 12
Replying to @jtrenchh
Hello! Yes you can. Just make sure the laptop is charged should you be asked to turn it on. Wishing you a smooth flight!
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CATSA Nov 12
travel tip: Keep keys, watches, sunglasses and loose change in your carry-on bag or jacket pocket.
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