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The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recommends arriving to the airport two hours in advance of your flight departure time for domestic travel and three hours for international flights. Allow ample time for parking, checking your luggage, obtaining a boarding pass and longer-than-average wait times during peak travel periods.

Checkpoint Opening Times

All Concourse A/B gates are accessible from either checkpoint, simply use the Concourse Connector after going through either security checkpoint and proceed to your designated gate.

Checkpoint A: 3:30 a.m.
Checkpoint B: 3:45 a.m.

TSA Pre✓™ passengers should proceed to Checkpoint A.

As part of TSA screening assistance, TSA Cares is a helpline that provides travelers with disabilities, medical conditions and other special circumstances additional assistance during the security screening process.

Information on Passenger Support

Real ID Overview

Beginning May 7, 2025, a Real ID-compliant driver’s license, permit, or identification card will be required to board commercial airplanes or enter certain federal facilities unless you present a Department of Homeland Security-approved document. A Real ID meets federal government requirements for driver’s licenses, identification cards, and learner’s permits.

Do you already have a Real ID? If you have a star in the upper right-hand corner of your driver’s license, permit, or identification card, you have a Real-ID compliant license.

To upgrade to Real ID, all customers must visit a BMV branch and bring the required documents. Only original versions or certified copies of the required documents will be accepted.

Click here for more information on Real ID.

TSA Cares: Screening Travelers on the Autism Spectrum

Are you or someone you know on the Autism Spectrum and preparing for a flight? Watch and learn on what to expect during airport security screening, and how to take advantage of the TSA Cares program.

Call 855-787-2227, 72 hours prior to traveling with questions about screening policies, procedures and what to expect at the security checkpoint.

What to Expect

Please be prepared to have your shoes, carry-on bags, jackets, pockets and all personal possessions thoroughly searched by TSA officers at airport security checkpoints. For additional information on what items can be packed in a carry on, please review the 3-1-1 Rule information.

Never leave bags unattended in an airport. Immediately report unattended bags, luggage, boxes or containers to security personnel. If unattended bags are discovered, operations cease until they are cleared by security, which causes delays for all passengers.

Travel Checklist

Permitted and Prohibited Items

Curious about what you can take on board an aircraft in your carry-on bag or checked luggage? Do you have questions about transporting foods, gifts or special items?

Permitted and Prohibited Items

Travelers with Disabilities and Medical Conditions

Are you a traveler with a medical condition or traveling with medical equipment?

Travelers with Disabilities

Traveling with Children

Do you have questions about traveling with infants, toddlers or small children?

​Traveling with Children

Traveling Outside of the United States

Are you traveling outside of the United States? We can answer your questions about international travel requirements.

Traveling Outside of U.S.