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Using Expired IDs during the COVID-19 emergency

TSA will be temporarily accepting drivers licenses that expired beginning on March 1, 2020 at security checkpoints as an acceptable form of identification if a person was unable to renew it due to COVID-19 restrictions. According to TSA's coronavirus webpage, the expired license will be an "acceptable ID for 1 year after the expiration date, plus 60 days after the COVID-19 national emergency" concludes. More information about this policy, as well as other TSA COVID-19 items like a map highlighting which airports have TSA officers with confirmed cases of the virus, can be found at


Luggage Restrictions

The Transportation Security Administration performs screening operations at the terminal for all airline flights.  TSA regulations prohibit certain items that can be carried through the screening checkpoint. Please check with your airline for any additional restrictions that may apply.

Current TSA Prohibited Items List

TSA liquids


Flying with a REAL ID

Beginning October 1, 2020, travelers will need a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license or another acceptable form of ID to fly within the United States. If you are not sure if your state-issue ID is compliant check with your state driver’s license agency. Visit for more information.

 *NOTE* - Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Department of Homeland Security Interim Secretary Chad Wolf has extended the implementation of REAL ID until October 1, 2021.  For Secretary Wolf's full statement, please visit the DHS website, or click here.


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TSA Pre-Check

TSA pre check

Are you looking to reduce your wait times in the security screening checkpoint? Look no further! SJT participates in TSA Pre-Check! Check out for further details!


See Something, Say Something

Since September 11, 2001, airport security has seen great strides towards protecting our nation's airways and at our nations airports. However, TSA and the Airport need YOUR assistance to ensure the safety of everyone traveling. If you see something suspicious, say something to the nearest airport employee, TSA officer or police officer.


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