"Whether or not the (TSA) campaign is effective, the
effort is certainly welcome because, with 27 million-plus people
scheduled to fly over Thanksgiving, every effort to speed up the
security checkpoint will help."
Source: Dan Castelveter, spokesman for the Air
Transport Association. On Monday, the Transportation Security
Administration urged passengers to pack items in their carry-on
luggage neatly, and in layers. Doing so will cut down on time
screeners have to spend rifling through suitcases, the agency says
-- cutting down on time spent searching carry-ons.