ID Requirements

ID Requirements

Domestic Travel

Show one of these documents at the boarding gate:

  • one piece of photo identification issued by a Canadian federal, provincial or territorial government with your full name and date of birth or
  • two pieces of identification issued by a Canadian federal, provincial or territorial government. Both must have your name and at least one must have your full name and date of birth.

For more information on ID requirements, please visit Documents Needed for Travel.

International Travel

All Canadian citizens travelling to the United States or internationally must present a valid passport to confirm their citizenship and identity. Your passport is a universally accepted identification document that proves you have a right to return to Canada.

A NEXUS card may also be acceptable when using a self-serve kiosk located in the pre-clearance area at designated Canadian airports.

If you’re a Canadian citizen looking for information on passports, please visit Passport Canada.

If you are a U.S. citizen looking for information on passports, please visit U.S. Department of State.

For more information, please visit:

Canada Border Services Agency

U.S. Customs and Border Protection

VISA Requirements

ESTA Requirements

Packing Information and What Can I Bring Through Security?

Whether you are travelling throughout Canada or internationally, it’s important to understand what can and can’t be packed in your baggage.

The Canadian Air Transportation Security Authority (CATSA) website provides an easy, searchable tool.

Check out CATSA to see which items are approved for your carry on or checked baggage.

It’s also important to be aware of your airline’s terms and conditions relating to baggage limits, fees and compensation of lost, delayed or damaged bags. For more information regarding airline specific carry on baggage restrictions and policies please contact:



For information on packing for your trip and new security measures when visiting or travelling through the United States, visit Transport Security Administration

Additional Assistance – CATSA on X

CATSA offers tips and travel advice on X. You’ll find CATSA in english at: @catsa_gc and in French at: acsta_gc.
With the CATSA “Breeze Through Security” mobile app, you can find information to make it easier to get through airport security screening:

Breeze Through Security App

Regina Airport Authority is committed to complying with all government directives to provide a safe and secure trip for all travellers. If you have any questions please Contact Us or call us at airport administration at 306-761-7555.