KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) — The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will highlight lost and found operations at McGhee-Tyson Airport lost and found on Saturday, January 28.
TSA officials will discuss what happens when belts, cell phones, keys, laptops, hats, souvenirs and other personal items are left behind at security.
The agency will highlight describe how people can claim their items, regardless of if they’re in the area or thousands of miles away.McGhee-Tyson Airport lost property
“People are in a hurry, running late for their flight, they have children with them, strollers, and different things like that.,” said Brian Helget, a TSA supervisor. “We have one gentleman that was in such a hurry, he actually left his shoes behind and just ran off in socks and stocking feet to get on the airplane.”
The meeting will be hosted by TSA Regional Spokesman Mark Howell at 10:00 a.m. in the central ticketing area.
If you plan on attending, please RSVP to Mark.Howell1@tsa.dhs.gov.
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