Thanks to being a TSA PreCheck member for nearly a decade, I can’t recall the last time a TSA agent asked me to remove my toiletry bag from my carry-on when passing through security. Not having to deal with rummaging through luggage to remove your toiletries (along with electronics) is just one of the many perks of TSA PreCheck, the expedited security program.
But unfortunately, PreCheck benefits do not extend internationally. In my experience, certain airports abroad, including London’s Heathrow Airport (LHR), are much stricter in enforcing the universal quart-sized toiletry bag rule. In fact, the last time I flew