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ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, Ind. - Notre Dame's spring break is right around the corner, which means the busy travel season is almost here.
At South Bend International Airport, they are predicting pre-pandemic levels of travel, so they want to make sure things run smoothly.
Airport officials say first, it's important arrive early.
Travelers are encouraged to arrive two hours before their flight.
New security technology at the airport means some changes to the checkpoint so listen to TSA officers as you go through security.
"When you bring a prohibited item, it doesn't just slow you down, it slows everyone behind you down," said Jessica Mayle, Regional Spokesperson for the Transportation Security Administration. "Especially at an airport like this, where we're not talking about having a lot of lanes here."
Remember to pack smart: leave prohibited items, like liquids above 3.4 ounces, at home, or in a checked bag.