Reimbursements State 55¢
You are allowed one carry-on in addition to one personal item such as a laptop computer, purse, small backpack, briefcase, or camera case.
Remember 3-1-1 when packing your carry-on bag: 3 ounce bottle or less (by volume) of liquids or gels; 1 quart-sized, clear, plastic, zip-top bag; 1 bag per passenger placed in screening bin. One-quart bag per person limits the total liquid volume each traveler can bring. 3 oz. container size is a security measure. If you purchase a drink prior to checkpoint, you will not be allowed to carry it through the screening process.
Limit the number and type of electronic equipment that you carry with you. This includes cellular phones, paging devices, laptop computers, CD players, electronic toys and games. The necessity of screening these devices will create delays passing through the checkpoint. Whenever possible, place these items in your checked luggage.
Remove all lighters, knives, scissors, and blades of any type or size from your carry-on baggage. You may carry one (1) bag of photographic equipment in addition to one (1) carry-on and one (1) personal item through the screening checkpoint. The additional bag must conform to your air carrier's carry-on restrictions for size and weight. Please confirm your air carrier's restrictions prior to arriving at the airport.
Travelers are allowed to leave their laptop computers in "checkpoint friendly" cases. To qualify, a bag must have a designated laptop-only section that unfolds to lie flat on the X-ray machine belt and contains no metal snaps, zippers or buckles, and no pockets.
Place identification tags in and on all of your baggage. Don't forget your laptop computer.
Arrival at Airport
No vehicle can be left unattended within 300 feet of the terminal building. Any vehicle left unattended will be ticketed and may be towed.
Vehicles are no longer allowed to park and wait for arriving passengers. If your party is not at the curb, you will need to loop around and come back. Pick-up and drop-off in front of the building is still allowed, but the vehicle must be attended at all times. No exceptions. Violators will be ticketed and may be towed.
Airlines are asking passengers to arrive at the terminal 90 minutes to two hours before departure, depending on time of day (early morning flights and mid-afternoon flights are the busiest times.) However, if your flight is at or before 6:00 a.m. it is not necessary to arrive until shortly before your ticket counter opens. If your departure is at or before 7:00 a.m., you are advised to be in the checkpoint line before 6:00 a.m. as this is a peak time of day for travel from ICT.
A government-issued photo ID is required when you check in. You may be asked to produce this ID again at other stages of the check-in process. Be prepared to show ID, as well as your boarding pass.