Airport Information

Know Before You Go

Plan Ahead for Faster Service

Understanding the latest regulations on what you can pack in your carry-on luggage or carry through security can save you time and stress.

Flight Status

It is recommended that you call your airline at least 72 hours prior to each departure to reconfirm your flights, provide them with any phone contacts for home or hotel, provide your passport information if necessary, learn about baggage restrictions and make any changes to seat assignments, when possible.

Airport Check-In

Due to increased security at the airports, it is important that you arrive at the airport early for check-in and TSA screening. For domestic flights, please check in 90 minutes prior to departure. For international flights, please check in 3 hours prior to departure. Leave extra time during holiday and peak travel times, bad weather, and heavy traffic or terminal congestion.

Don’t miss your flight due to late check-in: There is nothing we can do if the airline cancels your reservation and denies you boarding due to late check-in.

TSA

Learn about the checkpoint security screening process and policies by visiting the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) website.

Please note that security restrictions on carrying liquids onto flights are applicable to items purchased in duty free. If you fly in from overseas, and will be connecting to a domestic flight after clearing customs and immigration, you will not be allowed to carry on liquid duty free purchases, including liquors, onto your domestic flight.

Additional Online Resources

Flight Status
Track your flight status and other arrival and departure details.

Airport Delays
Find general up-to-date airport conditions.

Customs Information
U.S. customs and border security information. Also duty free allowances.

Travel Alerts & Advisories

Earthquake Strikes Osaka: Disrupts Travel in Japan

A magnitude 6.1 earthquake hit Japan at approximately 8:00 a.m. local time Jun 18, 2018. The earthquake struck north of Osaka and affected large parts of western Japan, including Kyoto, ABC News reports. The earthquake poses no tsunami risk.

According to the latest update from the Japan National Tourism Organization, there are still flight delays and cancellations to and from Osaka International Airport, but all highways in the Kansai region are passable and ferries are “mostly” on schedule.

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