What to Expect:TSA Precheck & Screening Tips

Disability Branch, Office of Civil Rights & Liberties, Ombudsman, and Traveler Engagement

The Transportation Security Administration is committed to ensuring access and serving all individuals with disabilities with Respect and Dignity.  We hope this guidance will facilitate your security checkpoint screening experience.

If you are enrolled in a trusted traveler program (TSA Precheck, Global Entry, NEXUS, SENTRI), enter your Known Traveler Number or PASS ID when making airline reservations.  When you check in for a flight, look for the TSA Precheck boarding pass indicator.

The following information is provided to assist travelers using the Standard Screening lanes or the TSA Precheck (TSA Pre✓®) lanes.  For additional security screening information, please visit the Special Procedures page on TSA.gov. Continue Reading →