TSA finds credit-card knives at airport security checkpoints

TSA finds 61 knives this week.
Manchester NH.  The TSA describes a credit-card knife as a weapon that fits in a wallet and is slightly thicker than a credit card. The blade either unfolds or pulls out into a knife.
The agency said late Friday that agents discovered 61 credit-card knives at checkpoints this week, including two at T.F. Green Airport in Warwick, Rhode Island, and one at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport in Manchester, New Hampshire.
The TSA says some passengers simply forget that they have credit-card knives after tucking them in their wallets.
The agency reminds travelers to check their bags and other belongings for prohibited items before going to the airport.

*****************************************
California Aviation Alliance: Airport News List E-mail
Sent by AviaEd@AIM.com – Lorena de Rodriguez on behalf of CAA subscribers. Add your comments to these stories realtime online at  http://aviaed.wordpress.com/.