Boarding Passes

Needed for Security

Passengers at Baltimore- Washington International Airport are required to have boarding passes before passing through security screening areas. Previously, a travel itinerary was acceptable.

When entering security screening areas, passengers must present their boarding passes along with a valid government-issued photo ID, such as a driver's license or passport.

Boarding passes can be obtained at ticket counters, through airline self-serve check-in kiosks and at curbside check-in. Some airlines also are offering boarding passes online.

For more information, visit www.tsa.gov.

American Adds

Self-Serve Check-In

American Airlines recently installed self-serve check-in kiosks near its ticket counters at BWI, joining America West, Continental, Delta, Northwest, Southwest and US Airways.

The kiosks will allow domestic travelers with electronic tickets to obtain their boarding passes, select seats, check baggage and fly standby. AAdvantage members can also use the kiosks to request upgrades.

Passengers must use a major credit card as a form of identification at the kiosks. AAdvantage members traveling domestically can check-in and print boarding passes at www.aa.com.

For more information, call 800-433-7300.

Interstate Jet to Fly

To Newburgh, N.Y.

New service between BWI and Stewart International Airport in Newburgh, N.Y., will begin March 6 on Interstate Jet, the regularly scheduled airline service offered by Flightserv.com Inc., a charter flight company.

The airline will operate one daily nonstop flight using a 148-seat Boeing 737-300 aircraft.

Introductory fares are being offered at $29 each way if booked by March 1 and travel is completed by May 31, excluding blackout dates. Advanced purchase fares will then begin at $49 each way, with a maximum of $139 each way.

For more information, call 877-FLY-IJET or visit www.flyijet.com.

-- Compiled by Alicia Cypress