“When did that happen?” asked Diana Taylor, as she puffed outside a terminal at Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport before flying home to Detroit.”I’m guessing I’m going to throw them out before I get on the plane,” said businessman John Ray, as he prepared to fly from Palm Beach International Airport to Austin, Texas. “You think I can write off my lighters when I get home?”More than 1,000 lighters were confiscated on Thursday, the ban’s first day, at airport checkpoints in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, said Lauren Stover, spokeswoman for the Transportation Security Administration.”Despite the hundreds of media notices that have been published since February, we had anticipated people still would not realize that lighters were prohibited items,” she said.Although a traveler still may carry up to four books of matches, lighters are now forbidden in a person’s pockets or carry on items to prevent terrorists from easily igniting explosives on an airplane, the TSA said.Lighters have long been forbidden in checked luggage because they are considered hazardous materials.Some smokers hesitantly agreed with the ban, which includes butane, absorbed fuel or Zippo type, electric/battery powered and novelty lighters. “If it’s for safety, I guess I’m all right with it,” said Cindy Luckey, of Pompano Beach.”I would rather be safe than sorry,” said Nancy Sands of Stuart, who gave up her disposable lighter before flying from Palm Beach International to Connecticut.”They can have my lighter if they think it’s going to help,” muttered Steve Smith, of Atlanta, who had flown to South Florida on business.Others said the ban doesn’t make much sense.”You can start a fire just as easily with matches as you can a lighter,” said Jeff Miller, who threw away a lighter in Detroit before flying to Fort Lauderdale.Richard Reid largely inspired the ban because he tried to ignite explosives in his sneakers on an American Airlines Paris Miami flight in December 2001.
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