Dos and Don'ts | Can it be taken on the plane Traveling With Disabilities


The following information is provided by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Although Legacy Tours endorses these views, it is not responsible for any of the changes that may occur. Visit the TSA website @ for the latest travel information.

Traveler Do's And Dont's

Do. . .

  • Allow extra time. Arrive Early.

  • Please Be Patient, as the federalization of security at the airports continues.

  • Please be vigilant for suspicious activity and report it to authorities.

  • Keep your baggage with you at all times.

  • Please review the guidelines for what you CAN take in your carry-on luggage.

  • Please remove undeveloped film from your checked baggage and keep it with you. Failure to remove undeveloped photographic film of all types may result in damage to that film.

  • Bring a government-issued photo ID. (If you have photo identification for your children, please bring those as well.)

  • Bring your ticket or a print-out of your itinerary for your E-ticket.

  • Please prepare your children for the security checkpoints. Advise your children that all bags and toys must go through the X-ray machine. Leave toys at home that could be mistaken for weapons. 

  • It is recommended that while in line at the checkpoint, please remove your cell phone and pager, take out your keys and change and put all of them into your carry-on bag. This will save time once you arrive at the metal detector and save everyone time waiting in line.

Don't. . .

  • Carry weapons including guns or knives, in your carry-on luggage.

  • Carry prohibited objects like scissors, pocket-knives, mace, and corkscrews.

  • Joke about terrorism, weapons, or firearms while in the airports or threaten or appear to threaten passenger screeners. All remarks like this will be taken seriously. This could lead to arrest and/or fines. At a minimum, you may encounter a delay in travel.

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