I am for the first time taking my laptop on a flight. I have looked at the TSA website, but have been unable to find the answer to my questions.
Can I take the mouse and laptop power supply (cords and all) as carry ons?
I know I can take my camera, and spare batteries (still in the package - AA's), but can I take the battery charger on as carry on?
I know previously I did pack the camera charger in checked baggage, but since the rules seem to be changing I am now not sure. As well, since it is an AA battery charger, there are AA batteries in it. I could take the out and then keep it in checked baggage, I suppose.
At ant rate, any experience and/or thoughts are welcome. We are wheels up this Friday at 0720. Not a cruise ( that's in September aboard Solstice), but a few days in sunny Peurto Vallarta.
Laptop power supplies are fine. You will need to remove the laptop from your bag and place it in a separate bin. You do not need to remove your power supply, cords and other components from the laptop bag. The bag and laptop must go through the scanner.
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