• TSA canine training in a parking lot

    TSA’s National Explosive Detection Canine Program

    December 9, 2020

    Have you ever seen one of our canine teams in action at an airport? Or lucky enough to see a team working at special events, e.g., Superbowl, World Series, NCAA tournaments, etc. across the U.S.? With more than 1,000 teams deployed nationwide there…
  • Turkey with the text: Stay Healthy Stay Secure

    Travel Tip: Thanksgiving

    November 24, 2020

    Pack your stretchy pants – it’s that time of year! If you choose to travel for Thanksgiving, here are some tips you’ll want to know. TSA PreCheck® We won’t be able to help out with the holiday traffic on the road, but we sure can get you an…
  • Diabetes Test Kit

    Travel Tip: Traveling with Diabetes

    November 13, 2020

    November 14th is World Diabetes Day so we thought it was the perfect opportunity to talk about traveling with diabetes. We know that traveling with medical supplies can be a nerve-wracking experience, especially when your medication includes needles…
  • Happy Halloween

    Travel Tips for your Halloween Hop

    October 26, 2020

    “It’s the most wonderful time of the…” wait, we are too early for that holiday! Halloween first.  If you’re traveling for Halloween here are some tips you’ll want to know. Candy… Oh the Candy! Not only can your candy be packed in both your carry-on…
  • Hand holding a plug

    Saving Energy Next Time You Fly

    October 22, 2020

    Did you know October is Energy Action Month? Each October we raise awareness of the importance of managing energy resources at home and at work…and while on vacation! TSA’s Environment and Energy Branch encourages all employees and travelers to…
  • At the airport

    Advice for First Time Travelers Part 2.

    October 15, 2020

    Did you miss the first blog in the series? Check it out to see what you need to know before you get to the airport. Alright, at this point you’ve made it to the airport and checked in for your flight. It’s time for the security screening process.…
  • Carry-on bags with clothes and masks

    Advice for First Time Travelers Part 1.

    October 13, 2020

    Even if you’re a frequent flyer, the screening process can be overwhelming at times. For the uninitiated first-time traveler, it can be even worse.  Follow along in our short blog series where we will share tips for first time flyers, frequent…
  • Seafood sitting on ice

    Traveling with Seafood

    September 2, 2020

    She sells sea shells by the sea shore. She also sells seafood by the…okay, didn't know where we could go from there. The point is many of you may be interested in bringing seafood back from your trip and wondering if it's possible. Today we bring…
  • Photos of each of the finalists - Djanni, Kajla, Lexa-Alexey, and Ron

    A New Winner is Crowned in the 2020 TSA Cutest Canine Contest

    August 27, 2020

    This week we celebrate National Dog Day and announce the winner of the second annual TSA Cutest Canine Contest! We know we asked you to do the impossible – choose between equally adorable canines – but we are so glad to announce the winner…**…
  • Family standing in an airport

    Traveling as a Family

    August 6, 2020

    Traveling can be stressful; add your children into the mix and that stress increases tenfold. Sit back and relax, because we’re about to tell you all you need to know about traveling with your kiddos. Know TSA’s liquids rule If you travel frequently…

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