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Do Private Charter Passengers Need to Go Through Security?

Private Charter Passengers

You may have heard that charter flight passengers don’t need to go through airport security. After all, isn’t that one of the benefits of flying on a private plane? While it’s true that private charter passengers don’t need to go through the same security screening as commercial airline passengers, that doesn’t mean they don’t have to go through any security at all. Read on to learn more about the security measures private charter passengers need to take before take-off.

Commercial Aircraft Security Screening

Passengers on commercial airlines are subject to Transport Canada screening, which includes going through a metal detector and having their carry-on bags and personal items scanned. However, passengers on private charter flights are not subject to these same screenings.

Private Charter Security

An air charter service provides a convenient and efficient way to travel, but it is important to be aware of the security procedures in place to protect passengers and crew. If you are transporting dangerous goods, proper documentation is required to board the aircraft.

Air Charter Boarding

You can avoid long lines and waiting at the airport by using a private air charter. It also means that you can bring items on the plane that would normally be prohibited, such as knives or other sharp objects. However, just because you’re not subject to Transport Canada screening doesn’t mean you’re not subject to any security screening at all.

Most charter companies have their own security procedures that passengers need to go through before being allowed on the plane. These procedures may include prohibiting alcohol from being shipped up north as many of the first nation communities Trade North Aviation travels to are dry communities (no alcohol or drugs allowed).

So, there you have it—private charter passengers do need to go through some form of security screening before being allowed on the plane. However, these screenings are usually much less stringent than those required by commercial airlines. So, if you’re looking for a more relaxed travel experience, chartering a private flight is definitely the way to go!