The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has launched a new website, called TSA Kids aimed at teaching kids what to expect when they arrive at the airport. Click here to go to the site.
TSA Kids also offers printable coloring pages, including one of an airport scanner and X-ray machine, and another that’s a closeup of a TSA badge. The Parents Page provides scanning requirements for children 12 and younger (yes, they keep their shoes on) and rules about such items as baby formula and breast milk in carryon.
The TSA also introduced a Spanish-language page called TSA En Espanol that translates airport screening procedures and rules for Spanish speakers.