TSA Security Checkpoint

What to Expect

  • Passengers should proceed through the security checkpoint at least 45 minutes before flight departure time to ensure that you are at your gate area in time to board the aircraft.
  • Only ticketed passengers are allowed beyond the security checkpoint. Arriving passengers can be met in the baggage claim area.
  • We recommend arriving 90 minutes before flight departure for check-in. Peak times may take longer – these are generally early morning departures. The TSA security checkpoint opens at 4 a.m. each morning.
  • A current government issued photo identification is required for each passenger upon check-in and prior to entering the security checkpoint.
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TSA Cares Passenger Support

You may request the services of a TSA Passenger Support Specialist (PSS), who can provide assistance through security screening. A PSS is a TSA officer who has received specialized training, including how to effectively assist and communicate with individuals with disabilities or medical conditions; and passengers who need additional screening assistance. Requesting PSS service does not exempt you from security screening.

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What can I bring?

Preparing in advance and packing correctly can streamline the screening process and make your airport journey smoother. Familiarize yourself with the security requirements for carry-on and checked luggage before you get to the airport to enhance your travel experience. Click here or below to learn which items can and be brought through security.

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