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We recommend arriving 2 hours early for domestic flights and 3.5 hours early for international flights.
The lost and found is at the information booth, located in the Terminal across from the elevators and escalators to level 2. Find it on the map.
Go to our Contact page, click the “Send us details” link to reveal the form, fill out the Lost & Found form, and we’ll get in touch with you.
Please visit our Family Travel & Special Needs page for more information.
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ID requirements are changing. Visit tsa.gov/real-id to find out if your state issued ID is compliant.
Baby food, formula, breast milk, and juice are allowed in carry-on bags in reasonable quantities. Please remove these items from your carry-on bag to be screened separately from the rest of your belongings. For more info on traveling with kids, visit tsa.gov today.
Some common items permitted in carry on bags are EpiPens, pills, supplements, and vitamins. For a full list of what you can and cannot bring, please visit tsa.gov.
Thanks for asking! Please visit tsa.gov for a full list of items not allowed on board.
We have designated smoking areas for your convenience. Outside across the street from the terminals and on Level 2 after security on the Smoking Deck.
Airport shuttles circulate between the parking lots and terminals during airport operating hours. Our parking shuttles run every 15 minutes on average, so rest assured, another one is coming soon.
If you have a question not listed here, please send us a message using the General Inquiry / Feedback form on our Contact page or call (407) 585-4000.