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Super Bowl XLVIII

Significant Travel Days

TSA will be fully staffed and anticipates efficient and safe screening operations at New York and New Jersey airports during the Super Bowl this weekend

Getting There

Visit the Traveler Information page to familiarize yourself with permitted or prohibited items for checked and carry-on bags, packing and travel tips, information for passengers with special needs or those traveling with children, etc. Be sure to visit the TSA Pre✓™ page for information on the expedited screening program, which is available at New York/New Jersey area airports.My TSA Mobile App

Passengers can download the My TSA mobile application for access to security wait times and the most frequently requested information including what items can and cannot go through security in checked or carry-on baggage.

Download the iOS and Android versions of the My TSA app on iTunes and Google Play. To access the mobile web version of My TSA on any mobile device visit www.tsa.gov/mobile.

Heading Home

The single busiest travel day will be Monday, February 3 when most Super Bowl fans are expected to depart New York and New Jersey.

To accommodate visitors flying out in the days following the game, TSA will increase staffing to ensure efficient screening.

As always, remember to check the status of flights for any schedule changes prior to leaving for the airport.

Super Bowl Information

For extended airport operating hours, Super Bowl travel accommodations, special airport amenities, etc., please visit the NY/NJ Host Committee’s website.

Security

Super Bowl fans may encounter TSA Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response (VIPR) teams on local transportation venues, including commercial and general aviation facilities and mass transit. Teams partner with other federal, state, and local transportation and law enforcement to reduce potential terrorist risks to the traveling public.


Fans are encouraged to report potentially dangerous situations to law enforcement or someone in authority. The Department of Homeland Security’s “If You See Something, Say Something™” campaign reminds the American public that security is a shared responsibility.

"If You See Something, Say Something™" used with permission of the NY Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

Latest revision: 26 September 2014