"The Airport Envelope"
According to the Transportation Security Administration,
more than 17.5 million items have been intercepted since February
2002 at our airports alone, not including federal, state,
and local government buildings.
you part of this statistic?
If so, Mailback.org is for you. You, who have been directly
affected by the new security realities of our time.
we support our nation’s response to public safety, while
we recognize and empathize with your collective frustration
at the loss of valuable or sentimental items. This site has
been created in an unprecedented move by the leaders of the
cutlery industry - manufacturers of everything sharp, metal,
and pointy. We are here for you, to educate and provide solutions
to protect you from these unfortunate circumstances.
Our Purpose is threefold:
- To inform the public of current airline security rules
- To introduce you to MailBack™
THE AIRPORT ENVELOPE, a personal property return system
available at airports.
- To provide an opportunity to replace confiscated items
at reduced prices.
A simple click will take you to the Transportation
Security Administration’s site. This site will educate
you about the current security rules, and includes a comprehensive
list of items prohibited for air travel.
In our effort to help protect your possessions, we have
THE AIRPORT ENVELOPE, a personal property return
system available at or near airport security checkpoints.
is a pre-stamped envelope designed for those occasions when
you discover you have forgotten to properly pack a pocketknife,
multi- tool or some cherished item that you cannot take with
you into a secured area.
If you are among the millions of people who have lost items
due to national security interest, your industry hosts are
pleased to extend special discounts
on all replacement items. This offer is available at select
retailers or our Online
industry sponsors, we thank you for your past and future business.
Your loyalty to our brands has helped make us industry leaders,
and we shall continue to work in your best interest. We also
would like to thank the Transportation Security Administration
and those dedicated people who are commited to making our
world a safer place.