Question: Can A Switch Go Through Airport Security?

Yes you can leave it in the case, you just put the whole case with the switch inside in one of those cubbies at airport security.

Every airport I’ve been to puts the items through the x-ray at the same pace as the line so items never get to the end before you do.

TSA takes forever watching the screen.

Can a Nintendo switch go through airport security?

Airport Security

In July 2017 the TSA updated their screening procedures. All electronics larger than a smartphone need to go into a bin, not stay in your bag. This includes the Nintendo Switch and larger power banks. Put your Switch in a bin between your stuff (your bag and another bin to either side of it).

Can I take my switch on a plane?

This is the way the TSA has long handled larger electronics, like laptops and gaming consoles. But extending the policy to smaller devices such as an iPad, Kindle, Nintendo Switch or 3DS — which are much more common travel companions — will likely cause additional delays and longer lines at security checkpoints.

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