TSA and Security

Only ticketed passengers are allowed beyond the TSA Security Checkpoint leading to the airside and gates of the terminal building.

Certain items are not allowed beyond security checkpoints or on an aircraft. For information on restricted items visit the Transportation Security Administration website at www.tsa.gov.Information on acceptable identification, screening of people with disabilities, traveling with prescribed medication, and items missing or damaged at the security checkpoint can also be found on the TSA website.

Expedited Security Screening

The Transportation Security Administration’s TSA PreCheck program is available at the Tri-Cities Airport.The program allows participants to keep their shoes, belts and jackets on and leave their liquids and electronic devices in their bags when going through security.

To participate, you must visit a pre-enrollment center to provide fingerprints, identification, citizenship/immigration documents and pay an $85 fee. Information on enrolling in PreCheck can be found at:www.tsa.gov/tsa-precheck.

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Travel and security tips