Here's some of our best advice for planning ahead to make your airport and security checkpoint experience as simple as possible.
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Have your boarding pass and valid ID ready to hand to the agent.
Remove outwear, belts, large metal jewelry, shoes and the contents of your pockets, before getting to scanner so they can be quickly placed in a bin.
Liquids and any personal electronic devices larger than a cell phone must be removed from your bags and placed in a separate bin for screening. And don’t forget to empty your water bottles.
Starting May 3, 2023, every flyer 18 years or older will need a
Apply for a REAL ID-compliant ID, like an enhanced driver’s license or U.S. passport card, early to make sure you have your documents in time for your travel plans.
You are allowed one carry-on bag that measures up to 22" x 14" x 9" including wheels and handles, plus one smaller personal item. Anything additional or larger must be checked. Read our specific
As you pack, reference the
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Plan to arrive at the airport at least 2 hours prior to departure when requesting accessible services and let us know about your requirements at each point of contact.
Traveling with kids or letting your kids travel alone can be an adventure. Keep the adventure fun for both you and your child traveler by carefully review our policies and recommendations for
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