So many of you have asked us about this lately, so here are the details:
Beginning October 1, 2020, the federal government will no longer consider standard driver licenses and identification cards as sufficient forms of identification for air travel. TSA will require a federally compliant driver license, identification card or another acceptable form of identification (such as a US passport or military ID) to fly within the U.S.
If you have not already changed your driver’s license, and you plan to fly domestically at the end of this year and beyond, click on the link below to learn about what you’ll need to do to obtain a compliant license before you travel! Click the link below for more information.