Dressing for Flight

  • Even though suits and ties were the proper attire in years past, we suggest wearing something a bit more comfortable — whatever will make your travel experience easier.
  • Wear comfortable shoes that are easily removable for the screening process.
  • Limit the amount of metal on your person — belt buckles, large jewelry, etc. — and if you have any metal in your body, such as plates, screws, pins or rods, alert a TSA agent before proceeding through the checkpoint.
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