The TSA recently adapted the way they make information accessible to passengers. With their new My TSA app, travelers can feel safe knowing all the information they need regarding their airport is in the palm of their hands on their mobile device.
Stay Up To Date
One of the features the app provides is the ability to check for delays. While travelers cannot view the status of their individual flight, they can check to see if their airport is having any general delays, due to weather or otherwise. The app can also inform users of the approximate security wait time at their airport.
By checking the app for the TSA Pre✓ icon, travelers can find out if they are eligible for an expedited security screening. That means less waiting in line and less time spent in the airport.
Know The Rules
Users can read through guides to find out what they can and cannot bring on flights, including food restrictions and the 3-1-1 liquids rule. Other useful sections include information regarding flying with children or people with medical conditions, as well as the special rules for military members.
Vent Your Frustrations
Perhaps most useful of all is the feedback section of the app, where travelers can ask specific questions regarding their situation, or simply tell the TSA what they are mad about.
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