Transportation Security Administration



TSA Shares New Airport Security Screening Procedures

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is rolling out new screening procedures over the next few weeks to airports across the country and wants travelers to be prepared. TSA Administrator David […]


TSA to Accept Expired Identification at Checkpoints

For travelers that have been unable to renew their identification cards, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) said today that it will accept an expired driver’s license or state-issued ID at […]


REAL ID Deadline for Domestic Air Travel Approaching

A deadline is fast approaching, and it could impact millions travelers who use their state issued driver’s licenses as identification when flying domestically. The October 1, 2020 REAL ID deadline […]



Orlando International Airport Decides Not To Replace TSA

The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority has decided against replacing TSA employees at Orlando International Airport with private security. Briefings were held in early February to discuss the possible change, citing […]



TSA Now Requires Cameras to Be Placed in a Bin

The Transportation Security Administration (or TSA) recently announced that all electronic devices larger than a cell phone will now be required to be placed in a separate bin outside of […]