A plan that would end Europe’s ban on liquids passing through airport security is now in danger of being delayed, according to the BBC.
The news service is reporting that several European airports are dragging their feet when it comes to installing scanning equipment that could detect liquid explosives, even though the technology is ready. Each machine would cost between $65,000 and $80,000.
The ban was scheduled to be lifted by 2013 but now that date is in question. Currently, officials in the United States have no plans to lift the liquid ban in place there.
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