Bladders rest as DC 30-minute rule is relaxed

Anyone who has flown into Washington DC's (Ronald Reagan) National Airport since 9/11 is certain to be familiar with the inconvenient (and often very uncomfortable) fact that you cannot get out of your seat within 30-minutes of takeoff or landing at the airport. This rule, intended to prevent terrorist attacks before all of the new security measures, such as hardened censoredpit doors, were put into place is now obsolete, and is finally being lifted! This relief brought to you via an article in the Washington Post.