TSA - Security
Getting through security can be a breeze if you follow TSA's procedure. Here's a quick breakdown of what to expect:
Allow plenty of time to get through the screening process by arriving in plenty of time (2 hours prior to departure for Allegiant, 75 minutes for Delta), especially during peak travels periods, including weekends and holidays.
Be sure to have your boarding pass and ID handy; accepted forms of ID include a valid U.S. driver’s license, passport and military ID.
Wear slip-on shoes to make removing and replacing them at security easier.
Remember 3-1-1 for carry-ons: Liquids, gels, aerosols, creams and pastes must be 3.4 ounces (100ml) or less per container, must be in 1 quart-sized, clear plastic bag and you can only have 1 bag in your carry on. If you’ve got more, you’ll need to check it.
Don’t try to carry on any sharp objects, firearms or explosives.
If you’ve got a laptop, you may be asked to remove it from its sleeve or bag when putting it through x-ray screening.
The Transportation Security Administration has restrictions on what you are allowed to bring with you when you travel by air. See the TSA website to learn what those restrictions are and how to get through security checkpoints faster.
Airlines have different policies regarding baggage limits. Please use the links below for specific information.
Arrival at the Airport
To allow time for security checks, Delta passengers should arrive at our airport 75 minutes before their scheduled departure for a domestic flight. If you are traveling to an international destination, you should arrive 90 minutes prior to departure. The terminal building is open 24 hours, and the airline ticket counter opens about 90 minutes before its first departure.
Allegiant Air recommends arriving at least 2 hours prior to scheduled departure. Customers need to be checked in no less than 45 minutes prior to scheduled departure.