TSA tips for efficient holiday travel

As the holiday rush begins at airports, be aware of new TSA rules that could slow you down if you're not prepared.
1:21 | 12/17/17

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Right now, to the start of the busy holiday travel woke. As millions of passengers flock to the airport, the TSA is warning about new rules that could slow you down. Gloria Riviera is at Reagan national airport this morning. Hi, there, Gloria. Reporter: Hi, there, Paula. It's been busy all morning. We're in the holiday travel crush. 400,000 extra passengers will go throw screening every day. 51 million passengers are expected to fly between December 15th and January 4th. That's a 3.5% increase over's year. On the busiest days, 2.7 million passengers are expected to get on planes. What can you do? What will you see in more k-9 team working to help exme dit travel. You'll need to take out anything larger than a cell phone. If you have a gift that sets off an alarm. It will need the be unwrapped. You might as well leave wrapping for your destination. Give yourself a lot of time. More time equals less stress. And who needs more stress at the holidays. Dan? Paula? The gift wrapping is tragic. Can you imagine what it could look like? This is a great excuse not the wrap anything. We move on to a ski lift

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