For travel information including accepted forms of ID, clearing checkpoints, modified screening and more, visit the Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) website.
Starting October 1, 2020, you’ll need a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license or other accepted ID, like a valid passport or U.S. military ID, to fly within the U.S. REAL ID-compliant cards generally have a star at the top. If you’re unsure, contact your state driver’s license agency on how to get a REAL ID-compliant card.
TSA won’t allow you to pass through security checkpoints at the airport if your ID doesn’t comply.
Expedite security screening, Customs and immigration
Not flying, but need to get through security?
To escort people to their gate
Air carrier authorization forms for escorting people (minors, the elderly, etc.) through security are available at the airport ticket counter.