TSA TIP: Fly Like Rudolph for the Holiday Season

Article by TSA.gov click here to view. Beautiful holiday themed wrapping paper and gift bags, oh what a sight! While wrapped presents aren’t prohibited, we highly encourage you to keep your presents unwrapped in case our TSA officers need to inspect them. Both our officers and the jolly folks waiting in line behind you will […]

TSA: Fashion Do’s & Don’ts While Going Through the Checkpoint

DO wear slip on shoes! Listen, unless you have TSA Pre✓®…you will have to remove your shoes. So save yourself the hassle of unbuckling, unzipping or untying and bring them slip-ons! DON’T forget your socks! So yeah about those slip-on shoes.  Avoid the cold floor and wear some comfy socks! Make sure you leave the holy ones at […]

TSA Screens Nearly 2.8M Travelers Before Memorial Day Holiday

96.1% of all passengers waited less than 20 minutes WASHINGTON — The Transportation Security Administration experienced its busiest day ever on May 24, the Friday before Memorial Day, screening a total of 2,792,525 passengers and crew members. The agency screened more than 1.5 million checked bags on that day as well. Even though TSA screened a remarkably high volume of travelers nationwide, 96.1% of all passengers waited less than 20 […]

New TSA Travel Recommendations

Tips on being prepared The TSA advises that the best way to ensure a quick trip through the security screening process is to prepare: Arrive two hours before a domestic flight and three hours before an international flight Know what you might have to remove from your carry-on before arriving at the security line Consider […]