Traveling can be stressful - here at FWA we strive to make it as stress-free as possible. To help make your trip as easy as possible, be sure to check out these tips from the Transportation Security Administration.
What to Know Before you Travel:
- Security Screening (Pat Downs, Pre Check)
- Traveling with Food or Gifts
- Liquid Rules: 3-1-1 for Carry-Ons
- Acceptable Identification at the Checkpoint
- Prohibited Items
- FAA's PackSafe Website
TSA and Special Needs:
- Travelers with Disabilities & Medical Conditions
- Traveling with Children
- Religious & Cultural Needs (Under FAQ)
TSA PreCheck is a program through the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to create a more efficient, expedited screening process for qualified travelers. Keep your shoes, jacket and belt on; your laptop in its case; 3-1-1 compliant liquids in your bag; and enjoy a better overall travel experience. TSA PreCheck allows low-risk travelers to experience faster, more efficient screening at participating U.S. airport checkpoints for domestic and international travel. Website: https://www.tsa.gov/precheck
If you have questions that were not answered above, or you believe you may have lost an item at the FWA Security Checkpoint, contact the local TSA Checkpoint at (260) 478-0904.