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TSA Approved List and traveling Internationally

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I arrived at the Singapore airport with my boarding passes printed up, but the airport will not allow one into the secured area unless the airline has printed up the boarding pass, so I had to wait from 11:30 p.m. until 3:30 a.m. to get checked in. Luckly, I had gone to iTunes on my computer back at the hotel and downloaded "Meet the Press," "Fox News Sunday," "Rachel Maddow" and the NBC Evening News. The iTunes podcasts are free and are great when traveling.

When I checked in I was given my boarding passes, including my boarding pass from San Francisco to Orlando. Unfortunately, it did not say TSA approved. However, I had printed up the boarding passes that United sent me and that boarding pass did say TSA Approved. Guess which boarding pass I used in San Francisco?

Also, talking about Singapore airport, I was told by the flight attendant that the airport does not allow pre-flight alcoholic drinks. Does anyone know any other airports that do this?

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