Folding Knives Previously Allowed on Passenger Flights
folding knives that previously were allowed onboard U.S. domestic flights.
All have blade lengths less than 4 inches.
From top: 12" ruler, Spyderco Cricket, Spyderco Delica, Pacific Cutlery Balisong, CRKT Crawford/Kasper.
All of the knives in the photo above were allowable onboard U.S. domestic flights until September 12, 2001. Pocketknives with blades less than 4 inches long were allowed in the passenger cabin.
On September 12, the Federal Aviation Administration banned all knives--of any blade length--from the passenger cabins of airliners.
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