Friday, April 10, 2009

What to Know Before You Go

All I’ve done here is basically take all of the links for air travelers from TSA.gov and placed them on one page. You can bookmark this or copy and paste it and save it on your desktop.

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What would you like to know that you can’t find in these links? Please take a look and post a comment with your suggestions.

How to Get Through the Line Faster
Step-By-Step Screening (WMV, 3 MB)Female business traveler (WMV, 3 MB)Male business traveler (WMV, 3 MB)Traveling with a baby or small child (WMV, 3 MB)Travelers with special needs (WMV, 3 MB)Ad Council 3 Simple Steps to Security Video (WMV, 3.5 MB)

Liquid Rules: 3-1-1 for Carry-Ons
Why the bag?
Learn more about packing your liquids and gels
Important information on duty-free items

Prohibited Items

Acceptable Identification at the Checkpoint
Click here to view samples of acceptable documents (PDF, 159 KB).
Safe Travel with Batteries & Devices
"Checkpoint Friendly" Laptop Bags
Special Items
Alcoholic Beverages
Batteries and Devices Camping Compressed Gas Cylinders Crematory Containers and Deceased Remains
Currency, Coins, Precious Metals, or Valuable Jewelry
Firearms & Ammunition
Food & Beverages (through security checkpoints) Hunting & Fishing Knitting Needles, Needlepoint & Sewing Lighters and Matches Medications Musical Instruments
Paintball Equipment Parachutes Pets
Photographic Equipment & Film
Scuba Equipment Service Animals Sporting Equipment

Baggage Locks
Safe Skies Luggage Locks
Travel Sentry

Travelers with Disabilities and Medical Conditions
Introduction
Before You Go
Tips For The Screening Process
Mobility Disabilities
Hearing Disabilities Visual Disabilities Hidden Disabilities Pacemakers, Defibrillators, Other Implanted Medical Devices, & Metal Implants Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) Machine Medical Oxygen and Respiratory-Related Equipment
Diabetes
Medications
Assistive Devices and Mobility Aids Prosthetic Devices, Casts, and Body Braces Walkers, Crutches, and Canes Augmentation Devices Orthopedic Shoes, Support Appliances, and Exterior Medical Devices Dressings
Service Animals
Children with Disabilities
Medical Conditions and Special Situations Military Severely Injured Program

Traveling with Children
Travel Tips
Baby Formula, Breast Milk, Juice, and Other Liquids
Children with Disabilities

Customer Service
TSA Contact Center
Claims Management Office
Discrimination Lost & Found Screening Process Travel Links
Traveler Redress Inquiry Program (TRIP) Got Feedback

Have a great weekend!!!

Blogger Bob

EoS Blog Team