Air Travel Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Air Travel activity »
  1. 1 I miss USAirways
  2. 2 Alitalia - Carry on luggage?
  3. 3 Trip Report Thai Business Class BKK-NRT; ANA Business Class NRT-SEA
  4. 4 Major revisions to AAdvantage frequent flyer program
  5. 5 BA Seat Selection
  6. 6 layovers and luggage
  7. 7 Trip Report AA First class LAX to NRT
  8. 8 Southwest "Honors" the Military
  9. 9 Flying from US with a prearranged VOA for Vietnam
  10. 10 Bravofly now doing an old scam again?
  11. 11 Trip Report Asiana Business class SEA-ICN; Thai Air business class ICN-BKK
  12. 12 Any experience with #Mobile Passport?
  13. 13 Short layovers doable from Seattle to Peru?
  14. 14 Mileage Expiration
  15. 15 List of fares from MCI
  16. 16 China Airlines (the one with the pink flower symbol)
  17. 17 Orbitz? FlightHub? Cheapoair?
  18. 18 Qatar Airways - Terrible Customer Service
  19. 19 Hong Kong Air vs China Eastern?
  20. 20 Trip Report Istanbul (Sabiha Gökçen) to Frankfurt–Turkish Airlines–Business Class
  21. 21 Is there a way to track my personal flight travel history?
  22. 22 Traveling to Dubai for first time
  23. 23 Business class for honeymoon from Seattle to Paris
  24. 24 Setting up a flight
  25. 25 Interesting piece on why and how airlines are making you miserable
View next 25 » Back to the top

TSA Luggage Locks - What a JOKE !

Jump to last reply

I just came back from a Mexican Riviera cruise with a two nights stay in Las Vegas.

Before leaving from Canada I saw an article about TSA Luggage Locks that were good for any airports. I had seen them but didn't know if it was a good idea.

The night before leaving I tried to find some but no luck.

When I was in Las Vegas I saw some, bought one with numbers (US$13.00). Put it on my suitcase. It said "you will see a green dot if your suitcase is not opened for inspection and a red one if they did inspect it".


I know they inspected my suitcase, not by the red dot on my lock but by MY TSA LOCK MISSING!!!

Why bother to buy those locks if they keep them. Next time I'm using a $1 lock, if they keep it at least I will loose only $1 not $13.00.

I don't know if Las Vegas airport is worse for checking because on my first trip to Las Vegas, about seven years ago, my suitcase came back WITH NO LOCK.

I would like to know if it happened to anyone else.

29 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.