Passaic County TSA Office

Find the Passaic County New Jersey TSA offices, or the Transportation Security Administration. The TSA provides information about airports and airport security, TSA pre-check locations, TSA complaints, jobs, and how to apply for TSA pre-approval.


Newark New Jersey TSA 10 Toler Place Newark NJ 07114 23.4 miles from Passaic County


Flushing New York TSA 13533 38th Avenue Flushing NY 11354 31.0 miles from Passaic County

New Paltz New York TSA 220 North Ohioville Road New Paltz NY 12561 51.9 miles from Passaic County 845-255-0845

Windsor Locks Connecticut TSA 11 Schoephoester Road Windsor Locks CT 06096 103.9 miles from Passaic County

Johnson City New York TSA 2534 Airport Road Johnson City NY 13790 118.7 miles from Passaic County 607-766-9343

Ashford Connecticut TSA 19 Happy Hill Lane Ashford CT 06278 122.6 miles from Passaic County 860-477-0781

Arlington Virginia TSA 601 12th Street South Arlington VA 22202 209.6 miles from Passaic County 866-289-9673

South Burlington Vermont TSA 1200 Airport Drive South Burlington VT 05403 244.0 miles from Passaic County 802-863-2874

Norfolk Virginia TSA 2200 Norview Avenue Norfolk VA 23518 303.8 miles from Passaic County 757-549-1482

Owls Head Maine TSA 169 Ash Point Drive Owls Head ME 04854 337.4 miles from Passaic County 207-594-0148

Fayetteville North Carolina TSA 400 Airport Road Fayetteville NC 28306 486.6 miles from Passaic County 910-433-2059

Swanton Ohio TSA 11013 Airport Highway Swanton OH 43558 494.6 miles from Passaic County 419-866-0911

TSA Offices by County

About TSA Offices

Who can qualify for TSA Pre-Check?

US citizens are eligible to apply for TSA Pre-Check. Foreign citizens who are US nationals or lawful permanent residents may also be eligible to participate in TSA Pre-Check if they meet certain citizenship and residency requirements. Every applicant must undergo a background check and pay the fee.

What if the TSA damages or loses a bag during the screening process?

If your bag is lost or damaged during the TSA checked-baggage screening, you can file a claim online with the TSA. However, if the bag was harmed at baggage claim or during transport to the plane, you should contact the airline. For items left behind at a security checkpoint, contact lost and found.

Are prohibited items returned to the owner?

In most cases, prohibited items seized at the airport during a passenger screening will not be returned to the owner. Federal law restricts the return of prohibited items. Some airports provide access to mail delivery services to ship items that are prohibited on an airplane.