“Before You Go” Tips:
- Provide advance notice to your airline if you require assistance. TSA can only help with your screening process. Your airline will assist you through the airport.
- The limit of carry-ons and luggage do not apply to medical supplies, equipment, mobility aids and assistive devices carried by a person with a disability. Label all equipment.
- Pack your medications in a separate pouch/bag. Make sure all medications are clearly labeled.
- It is recommended that you bring all tools that you require to put on or take off your prosthetic device. They are allowed to be carried through the security checkpoint once they have been screened.