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  • Navigating the Airport with a Guide Dog

    TSA Travel Tips: Navigating the Airport with a Guide Dog

    Traveling doesn’t have to be a stressful experience. Here’s what you can expect if you or someone you know is visually impaired and traveling with a guide dog. Plan ahead Education and preparation are key to help you and your guide dog gain…
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    TSA Week in Review: April 29 - May 5

    Let’s commence this blog post by recognizing all the upcoming graduates! May is the start of the graduation season. So, if you’re flying to see someone walk, do your homework and study these tips to easily pass through security. Oh the places you’ll…
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    TSA Week in Review: April 22 - 28

    We are off to the races! The Kentucky Derby is this weekend and if you decide in the spur of the moment to attend, you can trot through the security checkpoint with these travel tips. If you’re flying out after the race, be sure to hoof it to the…
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    TSA Week in Review: April 15 - 21

    Aviation security is our forte! And it is music to our ears when passengers know the rules. After all, we hate seeing people get in treble for forgetting a prohibited item in their bag. If you’re planning on traveling to tune into some Jazz at the…
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    TSA Week in Review: April 8 - 14

    With spring comes flowers and I’ve heard the flowers will be in full bloom in Skagit Valley this weekend! If you do decide to book a last minute flight to tip toe through some tulips, then follow these travel tips to ensure a thorn-free trip!…
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    TSA Week in Review: April 1 - 7

    Winter is coming! Well, eventually. And unless you travel using dragons, you’ll want to follow the rules to ensure a hassle-free trip from takeoff to King’s Landing! Is it just me or is everyone excited for the final season of Game of Thrones?!…
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    TSA Week in Review: March 18 - 31

    Sorry I missed you last week… I was off visiting the Last Frontier State! If you’re from the lower 48, you might not be aware that aviation is a HUGE deal in Alaska, with TSA officers securing 23 airports throughout the year. To put that in context…
  • Spring Break

    Spring Break Travel Tips 2019

    It’s time to ‘Spring’ forward and take a ‘Break’ from the winter weather. During the Spring Break travel period, which – believe it or not – began in late February and continues into April, TSA will screen an estimated 107 million passengers and…
  • Guns

    TSA Week in Review: March 11 - 17

    As predicted, spring break has been busy, and I’ll go ahead and wager that, with the start of March Madness, it will only get busier. Let’s go Sooners! If you plan on traveling for a game, read below for more on how to become a professional globe…
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    TSA Week in Review: March 4 - 10

    You remembered to set your clock forward, but 76 of you forgot how to travel with a firearm. Don’t worry, I got you covered! Check out our transporting firearms and ammunition page to learn how easy it is. Also, remember to take a look at your…

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