Travel Tips

Before You Arrive

Carry-On Bags

Carry-on items are limited to one bag and one personal item, such as a purse, briefcase or laptop. The bag can be no bigger than 9″ X 14″ X 22″ or a total of 45 linear inches.  For information about what is allowed in a carry-on bag Click Here.

Checked Bags

Click Here for checked bag allowances.

Bag ID

Make sure all bags have ID tags with your address and phone number for proper identification at your destination and in case a bag gets lost.  Make sure identification is on both the outside and inside.

Liquids

Remember the TSA 3-1-1 Liquid Rules for carry-ons.

Film

Put all undeveloped film in your carry-on bag because checked baggage screening equipment will damage film. If your film is over ASA/ISO 800, or has been sent through an X-ray machine five times, request a hand inspection.

Personal ID

All passengers who are 18 years of age and older must present a government issued photo ID. Make sure the name on your ticket matches the name on your photo ID.

Check-In Time

We recommend arriving at the airport at least an hour before your flight is scheduled to leave for domestic destinations and 1½ hours before beginning your flight to an international destination.

When You Arrive

Parking

Federal security regulations forbid leaving your vehicle in the driveway in front of the terminal. Vehicles left unattended are subject to ticketing and towing.  Parking in the lot in front of the terminal is free for the first 30 minutes. Click Here for more information on parking.

Security

One reason people enjoy flying from Golden Triangle Regional Airport is that security lines are much shorter than those in large airports.  However, the security is just as thorough.  Click Here for detailed information about TSA’s screening process.