Pago Pago International Airport Departures

TSA security

Transportation security organization (TSA) has special security measures and rules, and every passenger is required to follow the rules.

TSA security is responsible for Traveler' safety and provides several security procedures.

Transportation Security Administration advises passengers to arrive at the airport at least two hours before their scheduled departure flights, to have enough time for parking, and several security procedures.

Screening procedure

The screening procedure is part of the other procedures provided by TSA security at Pago Pago International airport. The main reason why this procedure is designed is that it is responsible for the hazardous, harmful items to be removed from the airport area.

During the screening procedure, travelers are asked to remove their items such as shoes, heavy coats, jackets, belts, laptops, or other electronic devices more substantial than a cell phone. Those items are checked and scanned by the TSA officer.

TSA officers also ask to remove other dangerous items from your carry-on and place them under the x-ray screening.

You may notice only several changes in security procedures because TSA security tries to achieve the highest levels of Transportation Security.

Legal documents

Passengers traveling through the Pago Pago International Airport have to provide several documentation forms at the PPG airport checkpoint for traveling. Travelers are required to show the following valid identification forms at the PPG airport checkpoint:

  • Real ID-compliant driver's license;
  • US passport;
  • US passport card;
  • Permanent resident card;
  • Border crossing card;
  • Foreign Government-issued passport;
  • Tribal issued photo ID, federally recognized.
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