Hi, I just wondered how everyone gets on with airport security when travelling with your pumps? I fly internationally 2 or 3 times per month, and when I was given my pump, my DSN said it should not go through any of the security systems. Last week, at Gatwick, I showed the pump to the security person, who refused to take it and said I had to carry it with me through the metal detector, which obviously, detected metal, and alarmed. I was then told to stand in the body scanner, at which point I again, politely protested stating I had been told it should not be exposed to this. The security guard said that no one else had ever declined and that it was perfectly fine for the pump to go in, and that doctors know nothing about the airport security and are simply wrong to advise as they are doing. Feeling I had no option, I complied, and as it happens, the pump is still working. However, I have now spoken to Animas, who have clarified that: The pump must NOT go through either the baggage x-ray scanner nor the new full body scanners (AIT) However, the pump CAN go through the walk through metal detector. Animas have now provided me a letter, and I now look forward to my next experience. I just wondered what everyone else has experienced so far, and what you do or say to handle the security?