New TSA requirements will go into effect Novemeber 1, 2010. If you are not currently working wtih a travel agent ( or your agent does not yet have the necessary information on file for you) make sure you provide this necessary informtion into your airline record or you may find your flight cancelled.
For enhanced Security for air travel, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has developed Secure Flight, a program that compares airline passenger information against U.S. government watch lists.
Passengers are now required to provide full name, gender and date of birth at time of booking as it appears on your non-expired government-issued photo ID. Effective November 1, 2010, if you do not accurately provide this information prior to 72 hours before your scheduled departure, your reservation may be cancelled.
The Secure Flight process is now mandatory for all domestic and international travel on U.S. airlines as well as foreign carriers who fly into and out of the U.S. This process will help prevent watch list misidentifications and expedite your travel experience. You may visit the TSA website for Secure Flight FAQs and more information or contact your travel agent for details.