With security measures at the country’s airports constantly changing, one newspaper has offered some helpful advice to travellers.

People who have booked flights to Thailand and other exotic  destinations over the coming months may be interested in the advice offered by one news publication about luggage allowances and restrictions.

Following the latest changes to airport security, the Daily Mail has provided travellers with some helpful tips about how to make their airport experience a smooth one.

In terms of baggage allowances, it stated that 20 kg per person is usually standard but added that there are exceptions so it is advisable to check with your airline before you fly.

Some of the greatest confusion arises about what products are allowed in hand luggage.

The news provider explained that 100ml containers of liquids can be taken in carry-on items, as long as they can all fit into one small plastic bag which must be scanned separately.

Electrical goods, such as laptops and hairdryers, are also permitted but will need to be removed from the bag for scanning.

In October last year, Manchester Airport announced that it would be trialling x-ray imaging technology at its security check point in Terminal 2 in an effort to replace pat-down searches.

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