frequently asked questions

At the Airport

What type of identification do I need to bring to the airport?

Acceptable identification at TSA checkpoints: For domestic travel, all passengers are required to present a boarding pass, along with a valid, government-issued photo ID (e.g., driver's license or passport) at the security checkpoint in order to proceed to the departure gate. Children under the age of 18 traveling with their parents are not required to provide identification.

Full name requirement: When purchasing your ticket, you must provide your full name (first, middle, last and suffix) as it appears on the government-issued photo ID you will present when traveling. Learn more about the TSA Secure Flight program and identification requirements.

For details on international documentation requirements, please see our International Travel Policies.




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