Austin Airport expects record-breaking 2021 Formula 1 weekend trip
Passengers on Sunday October 24 and Monday October 25 are requested to arrive early.
AUSTIN, TX – Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) is warning travelers to arrive early Sunday, October 24 and Monday, October 25, as it expects record numbers of passengers.
This year’s post-Grand Prix Formula 1 trip is set to set a new record for the busiest day in passenger traffic at Austin Airport. AUS said peak departure times will occur throughout the day on Sunday and Monday.
Passengers departing on these days are requested to arrive at the terminal at least three hours in advance for all domestic flights and at least three and a half hours in advance for all international flights.
Passengers should plan ahead for security screening activities in advance and allow themselves extra time if they need to return a rental car or check their baggage.
AUS urges travelers to use both the lower and upper curb for disembarkation. From the lower level, passengers can quickly ascend upstairs for ticketing and security via escalators and elevators, AUS said.
All Formula 1 promotional items, âloot bagsâ or bulky souvenirs should be packed in hand baggage, not checked baggage, for faster screening. Carry-on baggage must not contain any prohibited items, such as firearms or liquids exceeding 3.4 ounces.
For faster check-in, AUS recommends using mobile or online flight check-in or printing boarding passes from a self-service kiosk to avoid queues at the ticket counter. ‘airplane. Those who require wheelchair service should contact their airline directly before arriving at the airport.
AUS said the first TSA checkpoints and plane ticket counters would open at 3 a.m.
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