Airport Security

The Northern Rockies Regional Airport is currently designated as a "non-secure" airport and does not offer passenger screening, although all the same federal rules and regulations still apply for departing passengers.

Passengers boarding a flight from the Northern Rockies Regional Airport and connecting through a secure airport must follow directions regarding baggage screening and security checks. Presently the procedure most often involves passengers being responsible for presenting themselves and their baggage to a designated location for security processing at the connecting airport. Airline staff will provide information in advance and can answer any of your questions in this regard.

Packing for Your Trip

The Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) is Canada 's aviation security authority. CATSA's primary responsibility is to enhance the security of the travelling public by ensuring that threat items are not carried onto an aircraft. For current information on packing for your trip please see the CATSA website.

Hunters: Please contact the airline directly to see what can and cannot be transported.

The following links will direct you to external government websites that have a variety of guidelines, regulations and tips to ensure your flight and connections will be as pleasant as possible. 

CATSA - What can I bring: