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What identification is required?
What can I pack in my carry-on?
What can I do if I inadvertently bring a prohibited item to the checkpoint?
- You can mail non-approved items to any address for a fee at the Guest Services Center, located in Bag Claim.
What can I pack in my checked bag?
I have metal in my body — will I set off the alarms?
- Probably! Be sure to notify a TSA agent of any metal in your body (plates, screws, pins or rods) so you can be screened appropriately.
Does AVL have body scanners?
- We do not currently have body scanners at AVL.
What time does the security checkpoint open?
- The security checkpoint opens at 4 a.m.
I lost my ID — will I still be able to go through security?
- You’ll need to check with your airline to find out what forms of identification they require.
- For the TSA checkpoint, if you do not have a valid government-issued ID, you will need to present at least two alternate forms of identification, such as a social security card, birth certificate, marriage license, or credit card. The documents must bear the name of the passenger. Additionally, one of the two documents must contain one of the following: date of birth, gender, address or photo. If TSA can confirm the passenger’s identity, they may enter the secured area, but could be subject to additional screening.