Departures

The airline companies and Toledo Express Airport kindly advise passengers to arrive 90 minutes to 2 hours before the scheduled departure time. Most of the companies at the ticketing desk close their counters to travelers. 30 to 60 minutes should be allowed for check-in procedures alone. Most airline companies also ask travelers to be in the boarding gate zone 20 to 30 minutes before departure.

There are requirements for travelers to be aware of when making plans to visit the airport. In case of a delayed flight, initially planned arrival time at the airport should not be changed. Delayed times can be subjected to changes.

Most airlines also expect travelers to arrive at the gate area 30 minutes before the scheduled departure. It is wise to always double-check the status of a flight by contacting the airline or by visiting their webpage.

Security Procedures

All baggage and vehicles at the airport's facilities can be searched at any time. Luggage or personal items must not be left unattended, or they might be confiscated and destroyed. Passengers are urged to report unattended baggage or suspicious activity to airport personnel immediately.

Gels and liquids need to be put in containers of no more than 3.4 ounces. Furthermore, containers must be placed in a one-quart zip-lock plastic bag.

Placing metal objects such as keys and coins in a carry-on is advised to avoid personal searches. Laptops, tablets, and other electronics must be placed in a screening bin.

Jackets, belts, and shoes are usually asked to be placed in screening bins.

Transportation Security Administration prohibits scissors, nail files, flammables, explosives, and hazardous materials in baggage. TSA provides more in-detail information on banned items on the official website.

TSA is allowed to conduct random security measures everywhere in the airport, and no individual is expedited from screening.

TSA PreCheck

Toledo Express Airport has dedicated the TSA PreCheck line to improve and hasten security screening by emphasizing pre-screening people who provide information about themselves before traveling. Frequent flyers who are invited from the following airlines: Allegiant, American, Alaska, Southwest, Delta, Southwest, United, and US Airways are eligible to partake in the program. Members of the Customs and Border Protection Trusted Travelers could also use the PreCheck line.

Passenger's boarding pass includes information about their PreCheck status. Members of PreCheck do not need to remove.

Shoes, Belts, Laptops, Jackets, and 3-1-1 liquids from their carry-on bags.

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