Hi All, Background-- The last time we took an airplane dd was under 13 and I did not let her go through a scanner because i was concerned about damage to pump/cgm. They did the hand checks and (very kind female TSA staff did pat downs.) I thought it all worked very well. We will fly again and now dd says she really disliked having to get pulled aside for separate screening and would like to walk through as her sister does. I have been trying to figure out the best way to do this. Apparently the airport uses Millimeter Wave scanners. Should I just I disconnect the pump and ask for hand inspection and let her go through the scanner? If so, won't the infusion site and the dexcom site show up on the scanner anyway? Would the Dexcom transmitter (which attaches to the sensor) be compromised at all by the scanner? Should l ask for the receiver to be hand checked? Or can that be x-rayed? (I have also considered not having her on the sensor -- removing it -- for the flight, if that would make it a smoother transition.) I think she just wants to be a regular teen for this walk through and, besides putting her on Lantus and Apidra for the flight, I can't figure out how to do it. Any suggestions? What have you done in these situations? Thanks!