Transportation Security Administration

SECURITY CHECKPOINT – Carry-on baggage is limited to one bag plus one personal item per person. A purse, lap-top computer, or briefcase are examples of personal items. Please limit the number and type of electronic equipment you carry with you.

Only ticketed passengers are allowed beyond the screening checkpoint. If you have a medical, parental, or other specific verifiable need to accompany a ticketed passenger, please check with your airline to determine what their requirements are. In some instances, a temporary pass can be issued.

Please remember to remove all knives, scissors, and blades of any type or size from your carry-on baggage. These items should be placed in your “checked baggage.”

If you have a medical need which requires you to carry syringes on your person or in your carry-on, you must also have the medication that requires such injection on your person. The medication must be packaged with a pharmaceutical label or professionally printed label identifying the medication.

Please follow TSA’s 3-1-1 rule for liquid items in your carry-on baggage: 3 ounce bottles or less; 1 quart-sized, clear plastic zip-top bag; and 1 bag per passenger.

AT ALL TIMES – Control your baggage. Never leave it unattended. If you notice unattended baggage in the airport terminal or on the aircraft, notify airport security or airline personnel. Never carry anything on board the aircraft for another person, especially someone you don’t know.

Visit the TSA website for more information.