Bob Brewin from Government Executive.com notes in his newsletter:

As we all know, you can’t carry no more than three ounces of liquids (and stored in clear plastic bottles) through airport security anymore.

San Diego International Airport, which I passed through a couple of weeks ago, has capitalized on this situation by selling a bottle of soda at the uniform price of $3.22. That’s higher than the cost of a bottle of pop at Dulles International Airport, where it will cost you just over two bucks.

A TSA screener at the San Diego airport had one word for the cost of soda there: “rip-off.”