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TSA tells you security wait times

TSA has posted a Web site that allows yout to get an idea how long you'll be waiting at the security checkpoint at the airport. It is http://waittime.tsa.dhs.gov.

Security Checkpoint Wait Times

As a customer service initiative, TSA is providing security checkpoint wait time information to assist travelers in planning for their next flight. The wait times are historical so please note actual wait time may vary depending on factors including weather delays which result in increased passenger levels.

When calculating arrival time, remember to build in time for non-security related issues, including parking, and checking in with your airline. Please consult your airline and airport for additional guidance on arrival time.

Use the form for historical wait time information corresponding to your planned travel.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Nov 10, 2006 at 12:15 PM


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