“Travelers need to be aware of knife laws where they go to make sure they are legal, and, of course, know the policies of the airlines, TSA, or whatever mode of transportation they use” related Jan Billeb, Executive Director of AKT
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 29, 2013
With its continuing effort to serve the knife industry and all knife owners and users, the American Knife & Tool Institute presents another in its series of internet articles available at http://www.akti.org/news/traveling-with-knives-presents-challenges, Purveyor Neil Ostroff of True North Knives, event promoter Steve D’Lack of Fifty Fifty Productions, and C.J. Buck of Buck Knives offer perspectives on TSA rules and tips for the safe transport of knives in all forms of travel.
Safety and security apply to traveling with knives by air, bus, or private automobile, and the article titled “Traveling With Knives Presents Challenges” provides a fresh look at best practices.
“Travelers need to be aware of knife laws where they go to make sure they are legal, and, of course, know the policies of the airlines, TSA, or whatever mode of transportation they use” related Jan Billeb, Executive Director of AKTI.
“Some municipal laws may not allow certain knives, or some states may have restrictions on knives at airports.”
For more information on AKTI and its mission view the series of informative articles, visit the website at http://www.AKTI.org.
The American Knife & Tool Institute is the non-profit advocacy organization for the knife industry and all knife owners. Its mission is to ensure that Americans will always be able to make, buy, sell, own, carry and use knives and edged tools. Formed in 1998, AKTI is dedicated to educating, promoting and providing timely, relevant information about knives and edged tools as important tools in daily American life.