How to Find Airline Passenger Information


Flight delays, country restrictions, baggage limitations and security alerts are constantly changing. For example, starting in 2006, the 3-1-1 rule for carry-on bags became a standard for all air travelers. Plus, with the growing popularity of mobile devices, video recorders, laptops and cameras, the U.S. Transportation Security Administration set regulations on the lithium batteries you can keep in carry-ons. Often, new air travel regulations arise unexpectedly, and if you're not prepared, they can start your vacation on a bad note. By being an educated traveler, you can eliminate any bad surprises that may occur between airline check-in and arriving at your destination.

Things You'll Need

  • Web browser
  • Internet connection
  • Cell phone

Tips & Warnings

  • As you prepare to pack for your upcoming trip, be sure to bring something (such as a book, magazine or crossword puzzle) to occupy yourself if you get an email or text alert on flight delays.
  • Please keep in mind that various circumstances can warrant unanticipated changes in airport security, for which you may not be prepared. For example, an elevated threat level in homeland security may cause a longer wait time at the security checkpoint. You can prepare by leaving for the airport an extra hour early as a precaution.

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