Last week hubby forgot to pack his Swiss Army Knife. When he 'fessed up at security in NZ expecting to say goodbye to it, he was told it was fine to take onboard as the blades did not 'lock'.
Nails scissors taken through security at SFO were later confiscated at LHR.
Is there a 'list'? Does every country make up its own rules? Every airport? Or is it at the discretion of each security screener? It would
make packing a whole lot simpler if I knew in advance what I could and couldn't pack especially since I tend to travel with carry on only. Any ideas other than to take nothing that doesn't fold?