Air Travel ProceduresPlease Arrive 90 Minutes Early
It is recommended that passengers check-in 90 minutes before flights (check the Airlines page for more information about procedures during inclement weather for earch airline.) Please allow more time if you are traveling during the holidays or peak travel times.
Prohibited Carry-On Items
List of permitted/prohibited items compiled by the Transportation Security Administration
Transportation Security Administration
TSA Traveler Information
For current carry-on restrictions, see TSA's 311 Carry-on policy
For how to get through the line faster
When you travel, you will encounter visible and frequent security checks, to include screening of passengers and carry-on baggage. Personal identification along with boarding passes will be
authenticated prior to boarding. All checked and carry-on baggage will be screened for prohibited items, please click here for a list of these restrictions.
No dangerous objects
In compliance with US federal government, the airlines do not allow sharp or dangerous objects to be taken beyond airport security checkpoints. This restriction includes knives, cutting tools of any kind, scissors, corkscrews, cigarette lighters, metal nail files, straight edge razors, baseball bats, golf clubs or ski poles. Examples of items that are permitted on flights include walking canes, nail clippers, safety razors, syringes, tweezers and umbrellas. Learn more
Effective January 1, 2008, the Department of Transportation (DOT) through the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) will no longer allow loose lithium batteries in checked baggage. Learn more
Airlines Serving FMA
Alaska Airlines - Summer/Fall Route 2014: Non-stop service to Seattle and Los Angeles June - September/SEA flights will run through October
Winter Route 2013/14: December 13 - April 6
Delta Airlines - Year-Round: Non-stop service to Salt Lake City.
United Airlines - Winter 2013/14: December 12 - March 30
Summer/Fall 2014: July 2 - September 23
Flight Status Reports
Using the Airlines name and Flight numbers from the flight schedule you can check the flight status at www.flightview.com. This site is not affiliated with Friedman Memorial Airport and we cannot be responsible for any inaccuracy in the information provided on this site.
To further check the status of a particular flight check your Airline.
Your airline via phone and their specific websites are your best source for information regarding departure delays due to local conditions and procedures.