Enjoy our spacious New Security Checkpoints which opened on November 9, 2021!

Follow the Signs to Reach your Gate.

  • Customers parking in the Garages, arriving by Metrorail, or being dropped off should follow wayfinding signs. If you are flying from Terminal 2, both Security Checkpoints will provide you access to your gate.
  • Airline ticket counter are located on the departures level.  Follow signs for "Ticketing/Check-In".
  • Customers who already have boarding passes and no bags to check can follow signs to their gate.

Video from Ticketing through the north checkpoint:

Video from Parking and Metro to the north checkpoint:

 

Terminal 2 (Gates B10 - E59) Passengers (Serving Alaska, American, Delta, JetBlue, and United) 

Ticketing and Drop-Off

  • Traffic may be heavy at times.  Airport construction may still be present.  Be sure to follow permanent and temporary signage to guide you accordingly. Please observe posted speed limits.
  • Passengers who have not bags to check may take advantage of our Express Drop Off for a quick pathway to Terminal 2 (Gates B10 - E59). Learn more
  • The checkpoints (north and south) are directly connected to Terminal Parking Garages 1 and 2, the Metrorail Station and the Ticketing/Check-In Level.
  • If you are flying American Airlines or Delta Air Lines, consider using their dedicated ticket counters for check-in (American at the North Checkpoint and Delta at the South Checkpoint). These counters are in addition to their main counters on the Ticketing Level.

Accessing Security Checkpoints from Ticketing/Check-In (Level 3)

  • Once the airline check-in process is completed on the Ticketing level, passengers can proceed down one level to TSA Security/Gates located next to Doors 1 and 2, or Doors 5 and 6. 

Reaching Your Gate, More Shopping and Dining Choices

  • Once through security screening, passengers can move freely between Gates B10 - E59.
  • Shopping and dining is no longer limited to individual concourses/gate areas.  
  • Ticketed passengers now have additional space to relax, shop, and dine before their flight departs! 

Terminal 1 (Gates A1 - A9) Passengers (Serving Air Canada, Frontier, and Southwest)

  • Traffic may be heavy at times.  Airport construction may still be present.  Be sure to follow permanent and temporary signage to guide you accordingly. Please observe posted speed limits.
  • If arriving by Metrorail, follow signs for Terminal 1 and follow a new indoor corridor, which provides a convenient walking path.
  • Customers should follow signs for the Terminal 1 Security Checkpoint.  
 

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A guide to moving through the new security checkpoints