TSA Checkpoint Hours of Operation

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday & Saturday: 3:45 AM - 9:30 PM Wednesday, Thursday & Friday: 3:45 AM - 8:30 PM

Plan Ahead Holiday Travel

Arrive early. Allow extra time for parking. We will have ample parking available for travelers and will open a remote overflow lot located on Ida J Gadsden Dr. if needed, and will provide a shuttle service to/from the Terminal. When meeting arriving passengers, meeters and greeters are encouraged to use the Airport Cell Phone Lot. The Lot is free, but drivers must stay with their vehicles at all times.
Please allow extra time for parking and plan to arrive at least 2-3 hours prior to scheduled departure time.
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SAVANNAH, GA – In conjunction with the annual meeting of the Georgia Airports Association, Governor Nathan Deal signed a proclamation announcing that October 2014 is Aviation Appreciation Month in Georgia. In the proclamation, Governor Deal encourages our state’s entrepreneurs and businesses to use the power of Georgia’s strong aviation sector to help drive economic growth in Georgia and beyond. “Having Governor Deal proclaim October as Aviation Appreciation Month is a tremendous step for airports and aviation in Georgia, said Colette Edmisten, GAA President. “Our industry contributes greatly to the economy of Georgia and this proclamation only solidifies the impact aviation has on the state.”

Currently, Georgia is home to 104 publicly owned airports that connect Georgia’s citizens and businesses to the global economy. Of these 104, 95 are general aviation facilities and 9 provide commercial airline service in addition to general aviation. Georgia’s airports contribute significantly to the state’s economy, supporting over 470,000 jobs with a payroll of over $17.8 billion and $62.6 billion in statewide economic impact.