Liverpool Echo - Dan Haygarth

Liverpool John Lennon Airport could scrap the 100ml limit on liquids in hand luggage by the end of the year.

In order to facilitate this, the Department for Transport has said airports will be required to install new scanners by mid-2024. The CT scanners will give security staff more detailed 3D images of what is in passengers’ bags.

Earlier this month, London City Airport announced it will become the first in the UK to scrap the 100ml limit. The airport will install the CT scanners by the end of March.

Liverpool John Lennon Airport will follow suit well before the deadline. The airport has told the ECHO it will be introducing the new scanners later this year.

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