Kindles are classified as tablets, which are permitted on every flight per the Transportation Security Administration.
This information has been confirmed through multiple queries posed to the TSA via Twitter, consistently yielding a positive response.
Although many airlines discourage bringing e-readers like Kindles in your luggage, it is permissible if you want to do so.
Kindles and other eReaders must be removed from your baggage like other electronics in several airports.
With any other electronic gadget, Just put it in a separate bin.
Simply go through security, withdraw your device from its storage place, deposit it in a separate bin, and you’re ready.
All you have to remember is to place your Kindle in a readily accessible spot so you can grab it fast while going through security and toss it into a separate container when it goes through the x-ray machine.
Should I take my Kindle in carry-on or checked baggage?
Many airlines don’t allow bringing electronic devices on checked baggage, even if you’re able to bring your Kindle, it’s best to keep it in your carry-on bag.
Can You Use a Kindle During the Flight?
You can use your Kindle during the flight. Make sure that you place your Kindle in airplane mode.
Can you use Kindle during takeoff?
While plane take-off and landing, it’s ideally recommended to keep all electronic devices turned off or in airplane mode.
Do Kindles Need to be Taken Out at the Airport Security Checkpoint?
Yes, you will need to take your Kindle out of your carry-on bag and place it in a bin when going through airport security.
How Can I Protect My Kindle When I Travel?
When traveling, the best way to protect your Kindle is to keep it in your carry-on bag.
Although Kindles can be brought on planes, it is always a good idea to keep them in your carry-on bag. When landing and taking off, be sure to follow the aircraft’s procedures.