NOTICE!

  • Most airlines charge fees for all checked bags.
  • Each passenger is allowed 1 carry-on plus 1 personal bag.
  • Maximum size for a carry-on is 45 linear inches.
  • The standard dimensions are 22″x 14″x 9″ (height x length x depth). Wheels must be included in the measurement.

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Read below for more detailed tips on how to maneuver through security, including how to pack your liquids properly.

TSA’s Travel Tips

  • Liquids, gels, and aerosols are permitted
    in 3 ounce containers, placed in a 1
    quart-size, clear plastic, zip-top bag, one
    bag per traveler.
  • Medically necessary liquids like breast
    milk, baby formula, and insulin, are
    permitted and must be declared to a
    security officer at the checkpoint.Pack valuable and fragile items in
    your carry-on.
  • Remove all items from pockets and any
    accessories, including wallets, belts,
    money and keys, before going through
    screening. Removing these items will
    reduce the need for additional screening.
  • To avoid leaving any personal items
    behind, place them in carry-on bags
    prior to entering the checkpoint.
  •  If carrying a firearm, please check with
    your airline for appropriate procedures.

Three Simple Steps
to Security

  • Show your government-issued ID and
    boarding pass to the security officer at
    the checkpoint.
  • Take your 3-1-1 bag out of your carry-on
    and place separately in bin. Declare all
    medically necessary liquids to a security
    officer at the checkpoint.
  • Take laptops and other large electronics
    out of their cases and place in a separate
    bin for X-ray screening.
  • Remove footwear and place in a bin. Wearing footwear that can be easily
    removed helps speed the process. Please
    also remove jackets and sweaters and
    place in a bin.

Visit www.tsa.gov for all the latest
security policies.