London Heathrow is investing £50 million ($63.5 million) in security-screening upgrades, meaning passengers will no longer be required to remove their liquids and laptops from their hand luggage. The UK hub has been trialing computed tomography (CT) scanners since 2017, in partnership with the UK government Department for Transport. “Heathrow is beginning a program to install the new equipment across its terminals by 2022,” Heathrow said in a statement issued June 6. ...

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