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Transportation Security Administration

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is a national agency created to protect the country's transportation systems. Visit the TSA Web site for packing and traveling tips for passengers.

You will notice that some technology and equipment changes are actively taking place at the security checkpoint at HIA. For more information on what the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is doing, please visit the "How It Works" section of their website. Should you have any comments or questions about these changes, please contact the TSA directly for more information.

We advise passengers to arrive one hour and thirty minutes prior to their scheduled flight departure to ensure they and their bags have enough time to go through the screening process and be transported to the aircraft.

The TSA is requesting that passengers leave their checked baggage unlocked to avoid the necessity for security screeners to forcibly unlock their luggage should it require inspection. Visit the TSA Web site for more packing and traveling tips for passengers.

Transportation Security Administration

Learn more about the TSA and travel policies you should know before you travel
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TSA Pre✓™ Fact Sheet