Current wait times/Parking capacity

Security Line < 10 minutes
Short Term Parking 56% Full
Long Term Parking 91% Full
Extended Parking 72% Full

When packing your carry-on bags, please be aware of the items that are permitted into the cabin of the aircraft. The U.S. government`s Transportation Security Administration (TSA) issues the list.

Items permitted in aircraft cabins:

Cigar Cutters
Cork Screws
Cuticle Cutters
Eyelash curlers
Insulin delivery systems
Nail clippers with nail files attached
Nail files
Pets (if permitted by airline, check with airline for procedures)
Safety razors (including disposable razors)
Syringes (with medication and professionally printed label identifying medication or manufacturer's name)
Tweezers
Walking canes and umbrellas (once inspected to ensure prohibited items are not concealed)
 

Items prohibited from aircraft cabins:

The following items will not be allowed through the security checkpoint. In addition to items specifically listed here, other items that may be deemed to present a potential threat may also be prohibited.
All Guns and Rifles Ammunition
Automatic Weapons Axes
Baseball Bats BB Guns
Bows and arrows Box Cutters
Compressed air guns Corkscrews with sharp edges
Cricket bats Disabling chemicals or gases
Dog repellent spray, Mace or Pepper Spray Dynamite
Fire extinguishers Golf clubs
Gun lighters Gunpowder
Hammers Hockey sticks
Ice axe/Ice pick Knives (any length)
Large, heavy tools (such as wrenches, pliers, etc.) Mace
Martial Arts or Self-Defense Items Metal scissors with pointed tips
Pen knives Pepper Spray
Plastic explosives Pool cues
Portable power drills Portable power saws
Razor blades (not in a cartridge) Road flares
Screwdrivers Ski poles
Straight razors Stun guns/shocking devices
Tear gas
 

Many Items Can be Packed in Checked Baggage:

While the above items are strictly prohibited from being carried into the aircraft cabin, many may be transported in checked baggage with these important exceptions:
Firearms and starter pistols may be transported in checked baggage so long as they are unloaded and declared to the airline. Small arms ammunition for personal use may be carried in checked baggage but only if securely packed in fiber, wood or metal boxes, or other packaging specifically designed to carry small amounts of ammunition.

One self-defense spray (pepper spray or mace) not exceeding 4 fl. oz. may be carried in a checked bag if it has a positive means to prevent accidental discharge.

Blasting caps, compressed air guns, fire extinguishers, flare pistols, and gun lighters are regulated as hazardous materials and may only be transported as cargo on passenger planes under strict limitations in quantity and packaging.

Other items listed above are entirely forbidden in air transportation. These include disabling chemicals or gases, and other hazardous materials.

For more information, you can visit the TSA website.