Below are some helpful travel tips to help make your trip easier.
- Check in 90 minutes before your departure time on domestic flights and two hours prior to departure on all international flights.
- Most airlines allow you to check in through their websites 24 hours prior to departure for domestic flights. You can also print your boarding passes, read baggage restrictions, and get prices for checking luggage. To do this, you will need your record locator (first and last name).
- A valid driver’s license is required for domestic flights. For international flights, you will need a valid passport.
- TSA security restrictions mandate that your name must appear on your travel ticket as it appears on your valid driver’s license or passport.
- Keep your luggage with you at all times.
- All liquids packed in carry-on luggage must be 3 oz. or less and must be in a clear, quart sized zip-lock bag. When going through airport security, you must remove the zip-lock bag containing liquids from your carry-on luggage and run it through x-ray separately.
- Pack prescription medication in your carry-on bag, not your checked luggage. Prescription medication must be in its original prescription containers.
- Attach identification tags to your luggage on the outside as well as the inside.
- If you’re traveling internationally with children under 18 years of age, please make sure you have the proper documentation with you. If children under 18 years of age are traveling by themselves, be sure to print and complete the unaccompanied minor form before leaving for the airport.