Luton Today - Lynn Hughes
Passengers won’t need to remove laptops or approved liquids from carry-on luggage
New technology from Leidos – the principal contractor for technology upgrades across multiple security checkpoints at London Luton Airport – will mean passengers no longer need to remove their laptops and approved liquids from their carry-on luggage when going through airport security.
Leidos will deploy 12 of its integrated ClearScan™ cabin baggage scanners and ProPassage™ automated tray return systems. A CT scanner with explosive detection algorithms and automated trays will reduce the number of checks on light items.