It is not likely that the x-ray machine goofed up your camera's circuit.
It is more likely that the vibration on the plane loosened a flex connector, possibly a chip has failed.
A reputable repair shop is the answer for this.
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since this is a S-series sony camera, it might have the same design as the dscs40.so you may want to use try this fix...this white blank screen is actually an issue with the lcd ribbon wire not making contacts.what you can do (at times this is able to resolve this issue) is to tap and put some pressure on the sony logo or mark at the bottom of the lcd screen.if it doesnt work, service might be required.hope this helps.thanks :)
The Display button manually turns the LCD display on or off to save batteries. If you accidentally had turned the LCD off, It should only take one press of the button to turn it back on and leave it that way. As such, it's not you but the camera. The A570 IS is relatively new. Your camera is likely still under warranty. If so, contact Canon for warranty repair (see the following link):
In suitcase? Checked baggage? Bad idea. Here's why.
I damaged an LCD display that way. Not cracked or broken, but the baggage area is not a heated or insulated space. The temperature can reach well below -40 F (or C). Most electronics is not rated for such and my LCD on the device I put in my checked luggage shows the effect.
Lesson learned firsthand....