Can you go through security without boarding pass?

You can be through security only if you are accompanying an elderly, a minor, or a person with disabilities or if you are a military family member or if you are entering one of the airports that offer hassle-free visitor passes without a valid reason for the general public.

Do I need a copy of my boarding pass?

If you're already checking a bag, though, you should go ahead and ask the agent to print out a copy of your boarding pass. A printed boarding pass is also a good place for an agent to stick your checked bag receipt — if you're using a mobile pass, you'll have to hang onto the receipt separately.

Do I need my boarding pass to get through security?

What do you need to show at airport security?

Have your boarding pass and Photo ID (driver's license or passport) in your hand prior to getting in the security line.

  1. There are different ways to get your boarding pass. You can get it from the airline's website.
  2. Pull it up on your phone in the airline's app.
  3. Or you can print it at the airport.

What do you need to go through TSA?

Adult passengers 18 and older must show valid identification at the airport checkpoint in order to travel.

  • Driver's licenses or other state photo identity cards issued by Department of Motor Vehicles (or equivalent) …
  • U.S. passport.
  • U.S. passport card.
  • DHS trusted traveler cards (Global Entry, NEXUS, SENTRI, FAST)

Can you go straight to security if you have already checked in?

After you've checked in, it is advisable to go to security control straight away, leaving you plenty of time to relax and explore the many shops and restaurants in the departures lounge.

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