Wingmate Pass Terms of Use



The Wingmate Pass program is available for the personal use of non-ticketed Airport guests that would like to access the Airport terminals post-security. The pass permits guests to assist family members to their gate, greet loved ones arriving on domestic flights, and discover the Airport’s extensive offerings including 150+ restaurants, bars and shops, and award-winning art exhibitions.

  • All Wingmate Pass program applicants must submit a Wingmate Pass application. Multiple visitors may be submitted under one application.
  • The Wingmate Pass application will require the following information for each applicant: first and last name (as it appears on the applicant’s passport, driver’s license, or other government-issued photo identification) date of birth, gender, email, and reason for visiting the Airport.
  • The Wingmate Pass application will require applicants to select a desired entry time within a two-hour range and a desired TSA security checkpoint. If approved, applicants must enter through during the two-hour range at the TSA security checkpoint indicated on the Wingmate digital pass.
  • All Wingmate Pass program applicants, including minors under the age of 18, must complete an application and receive an approved digital Wingmate Pass.  Any applications for minors under the age of 18 must list an adult over the age of 18.
  • The TSA requires us to collect information from you for purposes of watch list screening, under the authority of 49 U.S.C. Section 114, and the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004.  TSA may share information you provide with law enforcement or intelligence agencies or others under its published system of records notice.  For more on TSA Privacy policies, or to view the system of records notice and the privacy impact assessment, please see TSA’s Website at:
  • The TSA reserves the right to deny any application.  If your application has not been approved, you will receive an email from [email protected] indicating that your application has not been approved.
  • The DOA will use personal information collected on the Wingmate Pass application to manage the program; address violations of Wingmate Pass program requirements; and for program improvement purposes.
Terms of Use
  • Wingmate Passes are only valid for the date applied for and stated on the digital pass.  Printed passes will not be accepted.
  • All Wingmate Pass program participants must enter through the standard security checkpoint lanes available at Terminals D/E and A-East.  Wingmate Passes will not be accepted at any other Airport checkpoints.  TSA PreCheck is not valid for the Wingmate Pass program.
  • Entry with a valid Wingmate Pass through security is available from 4:00 AM through 9:00 PM in accordance with the two-hour range reflected on the participant’s digital pass.  Wingmate Pass program participants must exit through Airport security by 10:00 PM.  See for checkpoint hours of operation.
  • Minors under the age of 18 must always remain under escort by an approved adult Wingmate Pass participant. Minors under the age of 18 will not be permitted through the TSA security checkpoint without an approved adult Wingmate Pass participant.
  • One adult Wingmate Pass participant can accompany up to three minor participants.
  • Wingmate Pass program participants must limit visits to six (6) hours or less once through Airport security.
  • Commercial or business/professional use or activities post Airport security using a Wingmate Pass is expressly prohibited.
  • Engaging in Expressive Activity (as defined in Appendix A of the Airport Rules and Regulations) using a Wingmate Pass is expressly prohibited.  Individuals wishing to conduct Expressive Activity must apply for a permit in accordance with the regulations outlined in Appendix A of the Airport Rules and Regulations.
  • The Wingmate Pass program may not be used to meet passengers arriving on international flights at the Airport. Members of the public may meet international passengers arriving at the Airport at the International Arrivals Hall located in Terminal A-West on the 3rd Floor.
  • Wingmate Pass program participants are subject to the terms contained in this Appendix I (including the requirements and restrictions set forth in the Frequently Asked Questions, below), all other Airport Rules and Regulations, including those pertaining to the public use of the Airport, as well as all local, state, and federal laws and regulations.  Any person who refuses to comply with these terms, rules, regulations and/or laws may be considered a trespasser.

Any individual who may pose a security risk, a nuisance, or distraction to any Airport personnel, passengers, or other visitors and/or who interferes with the safe and efficient operation of the Airport and/or who violates any of the applicable terms, rules regulations, and laws as described herein is subject to the following: (1) removal from the Airport; (2) revocation of the privilege to participate in the Wingmate Pass program; (3) issuance of a notice of violation; and/or (4) issuance of a fine.

Notice of Privacy Practices