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TSA 6m
2: KTNs entered into airline frequent flyer profiles don't automatically populate into the "Known Traveler Number" field.
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TSA 7m
1: Pls DM your full name, KTN, date-of-travel, flight number, confirmation number and departure airport. We'll be happy to look into this for you.
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TSA 4h
Replying to @BritGeo
If you cannot or choose not to be screened by the Advance Imaging Technology, you'll receive a pat-down screening. You may not choose the metal detector in lieu of AIT or a pat-down.
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TSA 6h
We'll be happy to look into this for you, Whitney. Pls DM your full name, KTN, airline, flight number, confirmation number and departure airport.
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TSA 7h
Replying to @j00woww
Ice packs must follow the liquids rule and be in containers that are 3.4 ounces or less, in carry-on bags. Larger-sized ice packs must be completely frozen solid when presented for screening at the checkpoint. Pls see more on the liquids rule at:
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TSA 8h
Happy Fathers Day! We celebrate all the TSA dads who are on the job, keeping travelers safe. If you're traveling today, give them a shout-out!
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TSA 24h
Replying to @lifeafterdawn
Sorry to hear that. That exchange sounds a bit uncomfortable. You may always ask for a private screening at any point during the screening process, to avoid having to explain what the item is.
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TSA Jun 15
Replying to @bradleybolt
Thanks for asking, Brad. Empty glass bottles are allowed in carry-on bags. Safe travels!
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TSA Jun 15
Replying to @itskiarabye
Any time you go through the security checkpoint, water must follow the liquids rule in carry-on bags and be in containers that are 3.4 ounces or less. For details, pls visit:
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TSA Jun 15
Replying to @TNSwampYankee
Small rocks are allowed in carry-on bags. We recommend packing larger rocks in checked bags as the size and weight will determine if it's allowed by our officer. Any item that can be used as bludgeon isn't allowed through security.
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TSA Jun 15
Replying to @JohnAmdor @united
We can pinpoint exactly why you didn't receive TSA Pre✓® on your boarding pass. Just DM your full name, KTN, airline, date of travel, flight number, confirmation number and departure airport.
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TSA Jun 14
Members of the U.S. Armed Forces, including those serving in the Reserves and National Guard, are entitled to TSA Pre✓® expedited screening. Learn more:
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TSA Jun 14
Replying to @JessicaKennelly
Thanks for asking, Jessica. Due to the blades, blenders must be packed in checked bags.
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David P. Pekoske Jun 14
Thanks to the Washington for welcoming members of our public service community for a special Night at Nats Park. We appreciate you recognizing the valuable contributions that our employees make to protecting the public!
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TSA Jun 14
As a Transportation Security Officer, you have the skills, training and ability to keep the public safe. Learn more at the Fast Track to Hire event on June 29 in . Learn more: // //
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TSA Jun 14
Follow for regional travel news and helpful information before your flight!
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TSA Jun 14
since 1775: ! Soldiers receive TSA Pre✓® benefits for free. Your 10-digit DoD ID number is your Known Traveler Number. Hooah! Learn more:
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TSA Jun 13
Are you a TSA Pre✓® member but don’t have the indicator on your boarding pass? Contact us for assistance: &
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TSA Jun 13
Identification requirements are changing on October 1, 2020. Learn more about flying with a REAL ID:
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TSA Jun 13
As a Transportation Security Officer, you're eligible for great federal benefits. Come learn about TSA careers at the Job Fair X event on June 17: // //
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