What to expect at the security screening checkpoint

Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) is the Canadian Crown corporation responsible for security screening of people and baggage and the administration of identity cards at the 89 designated airports in Canada.

Due to COVID-19 the airport environment has experienced rapid change. CATSA is closely monitoring the situation and their priority remains the well-being of air travellers, screening officers and all others travelling through and working in Canadian airports. For the latest  information on airport security screening and the measures taken in response to COVID-19, please visit CATSA.GC.CA.

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Your safety and security are our top priority.
Do not enter security if you:
- have a fever
- have a cough
- are having difficulty breathing
You must wear a face covering to go through screening.
Please maintain at least 2 metres between yourself and others.
Small electronics and loose items should be placed in your carry-on bag or jacket.
Safe travels.
For more information please visit CATSA.GC.CA

Breeze through security!

With CATSA's “Breeze through security” mobile app, you can find information to make it easier to get through airport security screening. This free app is available for Apple and Android devices.