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Clear Bag System gets CATSA approval
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Mar '08
311 Travel Bag Inc, a developer of practical carry-on solutions for the modern traveler announced that the Clear Bag System is now accepted in all Canadian airport pre-board security checkpoints by Canadian authorities.

Under Transport Canada regulations, air travelers are only permitted to carry on liquids, gels and aerosols in 100 ml or less containers, which must be enclosed in a clear, 1L zip-top bag.

With the Clear Bag System acceptance, Canadian travelers now have an alternative to leaky containers and a standard plastic baggie.

The Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) has confirmed that the Clear Bag System is compliant for use in all 89 CATSA-serviced airports across Canada.

"We are proud that our product is now recognized and accepted in Canada," said Linda Padgett-Stinson, president, 3-1-1 Travel Bag.

"This confirmation gives Canadian travelers the confidence to travel safely and securely under Transport Canada regulations without giving up their independence."

The practical yet stylish answer to airport security restrictions, the Clear Bag System cases alleviate confusion and frustration at airport check points ensuring a faster and more relaxed travel experience.

Made of high-quality vinyl and a convenient zipper pull, the Clear Bag System comes in several convenient configurations to meet the personal needs of individual travelers.

Equipped with an assortment of reusable containers that neatly dispense shampoo, lotion and other toiletries through an innovative airless pump and spray system, created by 3-1-1 Travel Bag, the Clear Bag System eliminates the need to purchase multiple "travel-sized" products making the bag both economical and environmentally friendly.

311 Travel Bag Inc


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