FAIRBANKS — Even in the standardized world of TSA check points, Fairbanks and other Alaska airports do things a bit differently.
Among all the boiler-plate Transportation Security Administration signs leading up to the check point at Fairbanks International Airport is one with a half-moon-shaped knife with a line through it. Like all knives, Eskimo-style ulus aren’t allowed on large commercial planes. But visitors to the Last Frontier often forget that their souvenir is a sharp object, leading the agency to create what may be the only regional-specific TSA placard in the country, according to TSA spokeswoman Lorie Dankers.
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