An update from TSA on Secure Flight procedures

The airlines continue to work with the TSA to ensure ongoing compliance with TSA Secure Flight Passenger Data (SFPD) standards. Secure Flight Passenger Data was required for all airlines for travel to/from/through the U.S. as of July 1, 2010. This regulation requires customers to supply their full name as it appears on a drivers license (domestic travel) and passport (international travel), birth date, gender, passport number and expiration. Passengers that do not have this information in their reservation will be required to see a ticketing agent, which can delay your check-in process.

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