TSA Security Screening and Procedures at Bob Hope Airport
Transportation Security Administration incorporates unpredictable security processes, to achieve the transportation security mission and ensure the safety of the traveling public. TSA agents check air travelers, monitor unattended bags, packages, luggage, and have the right to remove any of these items. TSA also secures the general safety at the airport and counts on the individuals trying to enter a restricted area or going against the law.
Prohibited Items at BUR
TSA’s screening procedures include the process of removing and preventing any prohibited items from entering the sterile area of BUR airport. Passengers are asked to remove personal details, including electronic devices put of the carry-on bag, and to place them into a separate bin for X-ray screening. Common examples of automated tools are laptops, e-readers, tablets, and handheld game consoles.
TSA allows food and snacks to be placed in the passengers’ carry-on bags. For instance, fruit, sandwiches, and health bars. Passengers should be aware that there are special restrictions for liquids, aerosols, gels, baby food, and medically necessary items.
Flying with Legal Documents / Real ID / Permit Cards
From the beginning, October 1, 2020, every air passenger 18 years of age and over, will be asked to present a Real ID-compliant driver’s license, another acceptable form of ID and residence permit cards, or state-issued enhanced driver’s license to fly throughout the United States.
Security Checkpoint and Departure Time
At Bob Hope Airport, security wait times are approximate varies based on several factors such as severe weather, airport construction, TSA staffing, etc. In Terminal A, at Gates: A1-A9, there are security checkpoint areas, operating from 1:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. In Terminal B, at Gates: B1-B5, the security checkpoint works from 1:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Air travelers are advised to be at the BUR airport 2 hours before the scheduled flight time.