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Airport Security Checkpoints ID Requirements Adult passengers (18 and over) are required to show a U.S. federal or state-issued photo ID that contains the following: name, date of birth, gender, expiration date and a tamper-resistant feature in order to be allowed to go through the security checkpoint and onto their flight.What are the rules for airport security?
Airport rules currently limit liquids and gels to small containers within small (100ml-sized), clear, plastic bags with Ziploc-style closures. In some countries, you can carry on liquids in bottles, like water, if you bought them after clearing airport security.What are Tsa identification requirements?
TSA Requirements. The TSA requires that all adult travelers -- those 18 and over -- show a state or federally issued form of photo identification at the security checkpoint. Acceptable forms of identification include a U.S. passport, passport card, military ID, state-issued driver's license, a Department of Homeland Security Trusted Traveler card,...Can you use state issued identification at the airport?
While the TSA will accept drivers licences from any US state, starting in January 2018, TSA will only consider an enhanced drivers licence as an acceptable form of ID. Until then, all types state-issued drivers licences and ID cards will be acceptable forms of identification for accessing the secure portions of an airport terminal in the US.