Canada will allow marijuana on domestic flights

Date: 
October, 2018
Country: 
Canada

After Oct. 17, passengers that take to the sky will be able to stroll through airport security with marijuana depending on their final destination.

There are new rules right around the corner that will feel incredibly foreign to those flying.

After Oct. 17, passengers that take to the sky will be able to stroll through airport security with marijuana depending on their final destination.

“I’m not particularly surprised,” said Neil Reddekopp who was flying with his wife to Chicago on October 3.

According to Transport Canada, passengers will soon be permitted to have up to 30 grams of cannabis in either their carry-on or tucked away in their luggage.

This new protocol at airports, however, does come with a word of warning for passengers.

It will still be against the law to pack bags with pot when travelling internationally even into areas or U.S. states where marijuana is already legal.

Source: Global News