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Airport Security Screening Process

Please consult TSA for any questions you might have about items you can take through the screening checkpoint. Passengers with disabilities and medical questions may call TSA Cares at 855-787-2227.

ID requirements

A photo ID is required for confirmation of electronic tickets. To prove your identity, either a valid driver’s license or a government identification card that includes a photo or a physical description is adequate.

A U.S. passport is the best proof of U.S. citizenship. Other documents to prove U.S. citizenship include an expired U.S. passport, a certified copy of your U.S. birth certificate, a Certificate of Naturalization, a Certificate of Citizenship, or a Report of Birth Abroad of a Citizen of the United States. Children traveling with their parent or legal guardian do NOT have to show identification.

Security Screening Checkpoint

Only ticketed passengers are allowed to pass through Security Screening. All carry-on bags or packages are passed through x-ray machines. Also, expect a visual inspection of all carry-on bags or packages.

The Security Screening Checkpoint is open until the last regularly scheduled flight departs. For all delays, TSA works with the applicable airline to determine the length of time security screening services will be needed. In all situations, it is recommended that passengers arrive 2 hours prior to departure for all flights, on time and delayed.