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  • Please review the frequently asked questions:
  • Frequently asked questions
    • Question: I’ve had a medical procedure that will cause me to set off the metal detector. Do I need a doctor’s note?
      • Answer: No. Please inform the TSA officer of your condition prior to being screened. You may be subject to additional screening, but a note is not a requirement. If you have a card/note explaining your condition, feel free to show it to the officer
    • Question: Can I bring my own snacks and/or water on the plane:
      • Answer: Yes, with exceptions. Snacks such as granola bars, dry cereal, crackers, nuts and candy can all be brought through TSA screening. All liquids, including water, must not exceed 3.4 ounces. There is a filtered water station on the secure side of TSA near the restrooms.
    • Question: My child or elderly parent is traveling alone. Can I go to the gate with them even though I’m not flying?
      • Answer: In most cases, yes. You will need to obtain a gate pass from your airline. Additionally, you will be subject to the same screening process as passengers. Contact your airline for additional info.
    • Question: Where can I go for more information about what I can bring on a plane?

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