Named the Best Government Mobile App from the American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council, and earning TSA recognition as one of the Top 15 Government IT Innovators, “MyTSA” provides 24/7 access to information that passengers frequently request from TSA. With “MyTSA”, you can: + Quickly search which items you can bring with you through the checkpoint onto the airplane. + Request live assistance from TSA through the AskTSA social media integration. + Check how historically busy the airport will be on your specific day and time of travel. + Check crowd-sourced TSA security checkpoints wait times at the airport of your choice. + Add your own TSA security checkpoints wait time for others to see (NOTE: You must be at the airport in order to report wait times). + Check the delay information and current weather conditions at your favorite airports nationwide. + Consult the TSA Guide on how to prepare for and get through the security checkpoint quickly. + Discover which airports and airlines support TSA PreCheck®, and learn how to sign-up.
Little things that get you to your flight in time without waiting at your gate for hours, that’s what I got from using the app. The ability to get times on TSA check in wait times is great especially in busy airports during peak travel times. Being a known traveler I just assume there won’t be a long wait but when there is a long wait I need to know or I’ll be late.
I just downloaded this app and am impressed with its features, but I have not yet had the opportunity to try a real-world test of its functionality. There are a couple design issues that, to me, are major. First, the app inexplicably disabled the use of the Apple Bluetooth keyboard while simultaneously making the virtual keyboard disappear. Secondly, the app was designed solely for an iPhone. As compact as iPads are for the abilities they have, they are still heavy and cumbersome to hold and operate in portrait orientation. That is why most iPad users operate their device in landscape orientation and have it attached to a keyboard folio or a folio stand that holds and displays the iPad in landscape orientation. There are a great many of us who have eye problems that greatly reduce our ability to read the small print on a phone, and there are many of us who lack the hand strength to hold and operate an iPad in portrait orientation, which is why it is so critical for apps to function on an iPad in landscape orientation. I would greatly appreciate it if this issue would be rectified.
It is a pleasure to be TSA approved; it makes your flying experience so much more relaxing and enjoyable. I find it rather strange that, although I paid the renewal fee for TSA as well as the renewal fee for my GOES card, I have received neither of them. How do I contact them to make sure that these two very important travel assists are in good standing?
Seems to rely on people uploading their wait times in security lines to give wait estimates. That's not a good model. A) folks not great at guessing wait times, B) I know I'm usually more focused on getting my shoes and belt back on than updating the TSA app with an accurate assessment of my wait time. Does TSA not track this? Why can't that info be made more accessible? I would think it'd make their job easier by giving people option to choose least busy security checkpoint, spreading things around more efficiently.
This seems like it can be useful, but I can’t find a way to remove the default closest airport, which I never use, or at least drop it below the ones I actually fly from. The what can I bring list is helpful; there are things there I wouldn’t even have thought to ask about. I’ll revisit this after my holiday travels and adjust the rating if appropriate. Three stars for now, meaning average.
Developed by Transportation Security Administration.
MyTSA is ranking in Travel & Reference
Last update was at Noneand the current version is 4.0.3.
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