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SECURITY AND CUSTOMS
You may use small cameras/mobile
devices to take pictures on your Always
get consent from other passengers and crew
members before including them. If a crew
member asks you not to use your camera/
mobile device, follow his or her instructions.
(in Airplane Mode)
Keyboard or Other
*Restrictions may apply when operating outside of U.S. Airspace. note: Portable electronic device use on the ground, during takeoff and during landing should be limited
to small, lightweight devices less than lbs. These devices should be able to be easily secured in a seat pocket and not impede emergency access to the aisle. mobile
phone usage Mobile phones may be used at the gate, in when in Airplane Mode and after landing as instructed by the cabin crew. spare batteries Spare lithium
batteries are prohibited in checked baggage; however, portable electronic devices with lithium batteries installed can be checked. All spare batteries included in carry-on
baggage must be in original retail packaging or individually protected to prevent short circuits (by taping over exposed terminals or placing each in a separate plastic
bag). For tips on safely with battery-powered devices, visit safetravel.dot.gov. please be considerate Please use headphones with portable electronic devices.
PERMITTED AT GATE AND IN FLIGHT
TSA Pre9 is an expedited security
screening program for low-risk
travelers who are departing from an
airport within the United States. For
an $85 fee, which is valid for years,
enrolled travelers enjoy a better travel
experience by not having to remove
shoes, laptops, liquids, belts or light
jackets. Available at more than 180
Global Entry is a U.S. Customs and
Border Protection (CBP) program
that allows expedited clearance for
pre-approved, low-risk travelers upon
arrival in the Unites States. For a $100
fee, which is valid for years, program
members also receive TSA Pre9
Available at more than 50
Automated Passport Control is a
CBP program that expedites the
entry process for U.S citizens/lawful
permanent residents, Canadian,
returning Visa Waiver Program and
eligible Visa travelers through the
use of self-service kiosks to submit
their Customs declaration form and
biographic information. APC is a
free service and does not require
preregistration or membership. Available
at more than 40 airports. cbp.gov
Mobile Passport Control (MPC)
*No smoking, vaping,
smokeless tobacco or
Remote Control Toys
Using cellular network services (voice or data) to make or receive calls during the is not permitted by U.S. and International regulatory
authorities. The use of any voice application, such as a web-based VoIP service, is prohibited by the Internet Terms of Service.
If you still have questions about the use of other portable electronic devices not shown here, ask your attendant.
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items in overhead
under seat. Items
you need to access
should be stowed
under your seat.
remain in closed
hard- or softsided carriers
at all times.
Mobile Passport Control is a CBP
smartphone or tablet app that
expedites the entry process for U.S.
Citizen and Canadian travelers.
Through the use of the app, travelers
submit their Customs declaration form
and passport information prior to CBP
inspection. MPC is a free service, and
its app can be downloaded for free from
the Apple App Store or Google Play
Store. Available at ATL, JFK, MSP and
CBP Declaration Form 6059B
For travelers not eligible to use Global
Entry, APC or MPC or arriving at an
airport without these automated
channels, a CBP Declaration Form
6059B must be completed. cbp.gov
International to International
International to International Baggage
is a CBP program that does not require
travelers to claim their checked
baggage for CBP inspection if the
traveler is transiting the U.S. from one
non-U.S. airport to another non-U.S.
airport. This program is in a pilot phase
and thus only available in select U.S.
airports. Available at ATL and DTW.
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