Travel Tips

Travel Tips & Guidance

Stronger Dollar & Weaker Euro can help make Europe travel more feasible

Europe is typically one of the more expensive travel destinations. However, a stronger dollar and weaker euro is helping making popular destinations more feasible if you're interested in traveling to Europe in the near future. 

My TSA Mobile Application

The new My TSA mobile application (app) provides airline passengers with 24/7 access to the most frequently requested airport security information on any mobile device. Using this app can save passengers time and money by sharing helpful tips to prepare for security before getting to the airport, including knowing what items can and can't go through security in checked or carry-on baggage.

  • Can I bring....?
  • Airport status
  • Security wait times
  • Guides
  • Videos
  • ...and more 

Familiarize yourself with local laws before traveling abroad

Familiarize yourself with local conditions and laws before traveling. While in a foreign country, you're subject to its laws. Review this country-specific and travel information about the places you will visit.

Travel Tips with kids

Tips for traveling with kids

Traveling with kids can be a great experience with all of their excitement and inquisitiveness. Preparing for your family flight beforehand can't help make the experience more enjoyable as well. Use these tips to help make your next family flight a great experience.

1)  Visit the TSA website
2)  Find some fun books like "The Airplane Book"
3)  Take full advantage of early boarding
4)  Book seats close to the bathroom
5)  Pack some of your kids favorite healthy snacks
6)  Plenty of electronics, DVDs/books/toys
7)  Earphones
8)  Pack a surprise, new toy, or DVD

Top 25 All-Inclusive Resorts

The top 25 all-inclusive resorts according to TripAdvisor are mostly scattered throughout Mexico and the Caribbean. However, there were a few outside of those regions that made the list such as Brazil, Greece, and Egypt.

All-Inclusive resorts provide guests with drinks, food, and various entertainment and amenities in the price of admission. Thirsty for a Bloody Mary in the morning after a long night? Don't worry about that drink or food bill awaiting you at checkout!

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Top 25 All Inclusive Resorts

Traveling with disabilities

Travelers with disabilities and medical conditions

When a passenger with a disability or medical condition calls TSA Cares, a representative will provide assistance, either with information about screening that is relevant to the passenger's specific disability or medical condition, or the passenger may be referred to disability experts at TSA. 

TSA recommends that passengers call approximately 72 hours ahead of travel so that TSA Cares has the opportunity to coordinate checkpoint support with a TSA Customer Service Manager located at the airport when necessary.

 Learn more by clicking here >


Travel Tips: TSA Pre✓™. Want to keep your shoes on?

TSA Pre✓™ allows low-risk travelers to experience expedited, more efficient security screening at participating U.S. airport checkpoints. 

What does this mean for travelers?
  • Quicker transit through airport security screening
  • Faster moving lines
  • Improved travel experience
  • No removal of: 
    • Belt
    • Shoes
    • Light outerwear/jacket
    • 3-1-1 compliant bag and laptop from carry-on
    • Learn more by clicking here!
TSA Precheck
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