TSA & Security
Prepare for your security screening
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) operates the security checkpoint for the Flagstaff Pulliam Airport. All ticketed passengers over the age of 18 are required to show valid identification in order to board an aircraft. If you are traveling with a disability, medical condition(s), or other special requirements, the airport encourages you to contact your airline and TSA before traveling. For questions regarding what you can bring on your flight, please check with TSA.
For more information about the security checkpoint process, visit tsa.gov.
Currently TSA requires a state or federal issued identification in order to board. Beginning May 7, 2025, travelers will need a REAL ID driver’s license or other valid identification, such as a valid passport, to fly within the United States. For more information, please visit https://www.dhs.gov/real-id or Identification (tsa.gov) for additional options.
TSA Pre-Check is an enhanced security program that provides approved members a more streamlined experience at the checkpoint. Members often enjoy shorter security lines and don’t need to take off their shoes or remove their laptops or toiletries from their bag. Enrollment for TSA Pre-Check can be done online: TSA Universal Pre-Check Enrollment.