Several airlines offer curbside baggage check-in services for departing passengers.
Check with your airline to see if it provides this service. If not, you must go
to the proper ticket counter to receive your seat assignment and boarding pass,
and to check baggage. Please be prepared to show identification at each check-in
location, as well as at security checkpoints leading to departure gates.
Follow the baggage claim signs to the carousels centrally located on the ground
level of each terminal. The monitors above each carousel will display your airline
and flight number. The carousel produces an audible buzz and a flashing light to
signal when baggage is being unloaded. Since many pieces of luggage look alike,
check all name tags or other identifiers to ensure that you are removing the correct
Passengers with heavy or large numbers of bags will find baggage cart dispensers
conveniently located throughout the Airport. The rental fee is $7 per cart. The
dispenser accepts currency and credit cards.
If your luggage does not arrive or is damaged, visit the airline's baggage claim
office located in the baggage claim area. For additional assistance, directly contact
the airline baggage claim office or ticket counter.