Updated May 31, 2018 11:15:19 Some cities offer free screenings on planes, trains and other transportation, while others don’t.
Some have more than one option.
Some cities have more flights, while some have fewer.
Some airports offer more airlines, while other airports don’t offer any.
The following is a list of the cities that offer free or low-cost airport screenings for all travelers.
Boston — Boston has a total of 10 free airport screening sites: the Boston Terminal at Logan International Airport (LIA), Boston Business Airport (BBA), Logan International Regional Airport (JANE), Logan Express Airport (LIX), Logan Gateway Airport (LVZ), Logan Regional Airport at Logan Airport (LRN), and the Boston Logan International Terminal at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCE).
There are no screenings at the Logan International Barge terminal.
Chicago — Chicago offers one free airport screen at the airport at O’Hare International Airport.
Chicago has more than 10 airports that offer screening, and there are more than 100 flights on those flights.
In 2018, Chicago had 532 flights on its route, which includes a large number of domestic and international flights.
There are several different types of screenings, including free and discounted.
There is also a discount on domestic flights for people flying with the Chicago Department of Aviation.
Chicago offers an additional 50% discount for domestic flights at the Chicago Airline Alliance.
Cincinnati — Cincinnati offers a free airport option at the Cincinnati International Airport, which also offers a discount for international flights at Cincinnati International.
Cincinnati has the fourth-highest number of international flights in the United States.
Cincinnati is home to Cincinnati International, which provides a free, limited-time screening option to travelers arriving from the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Japan, and the United Arab Emirates.
Cincinnati also has one screening option at its international terminal, which has a $3,000 discount for all international flights departing from Cincinnati International to destinations outside of the United State.
Cincinnati International is the third-largest airport in the world.
Dallas — Dallas offers one screening for international passengers departing from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport at the city’s Terminal 4.
Dallas International Airport has a free screening option for international travelers arriving in the US from a host country.
Dallas also offers two additional screening options at the City of Dallas airport.
Dallas-Bryan International Airport offers a $500 discount for those flying from Dallas International to Austin International Airport from May 31 to June 1.
Dallas is the fifth-largest city in the country.
Detroit — Detroit offers two free airport options at Detroit Metropolitan Airport.
Detroit is home, among other cities, to Detroit International Airport and Detroit Metropolitan International Airport’s Terminal 5, which offers a discounted discount of $100 for domestic and $150 for international travel.
Detroit also has a screening option, which is complimentary to all domestic and foreign flights departing to and from the US.
Houston — Houston offers one option at Southwest Airlines’ terminals at Hobby Airport and Midland International Airport that offers a screening discount of up to $300.
Houston also has an additional option at Houston International Airport: Southwest’s Delta Airport Screening Center.
Los Angeles — Los Angeles offers two complimentary screening options for domestic, international and international-only flights departing the US, with two complimentary screenings per domestic and one complimentary screening per international flight.
L.A. International Airport also offers one complimentary airport screening option per domestic flight, and one free screening per domestic or international flight departing from L.B.T.L. Airport.
Miami — Miami International Airport allows you to reserve a free one-hour screen at its Terminal 5 for international and domestic travelers arriving at or departing from Miami International.
Miami International also has complimentary screening at Miami International Terminal 5.
Miami offers two screening options to domestic, International and International-only travelers departing from the airport.
New York — New York offers two options for screening at Newark Liberty International Airport Terminal 4: an airport screening at the Newark Liberty Airport’s Sky Deck for passengers departing the United Stated, or a terminal screening for passengers arriving from another state.
Newark Liberty Airport has two complimentary airport screenings per international and one screening per global flight departing the city.
New Jersey — New Jersey has four airports that screen passengers on domestic and domestic-only international flights arriving from other states.
Newark Liberty, which flies from Newark International Airport to Newark Liberty in the Northeast United States, offers two screenings.
Newark International also offers free airport travel for those with a valid I-94 travel permit.
New Mexico — Albuquerque has a terminal screen at Las Cruces International Airport with a $5,000 screening discount.
Las Crucs also offers complimentary airport travel to international travelers from Mexico, and it offers a one-time $10,000 airport screening discount for travelers from the U-M and other U.M. states.
Las Vegas — Las Vegas offers free, discounted airport travel and other airport information