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Contacting TSA Customer Service Center

TSA stands for the Transportation Security Administration. The TSA handles all security at airports and has been the subject of quite a few heated debates since the terrorist attacks that occurred on 9/11. After the planes were hijacked, strict rules were put in place for air travel that aimed to protect travelers against further possible attack. The TSA is free to detain and search travelers who appear suspicious.

Contact Info:

Phone Contact Numbers

You can reach a TSA customer service agent between 8 AM and 11 PM Monday to Friday or 9 AM to 8 PM Saturday, Sunday and holidays.

  • Customer Service: 1-866-289-9673

Mailing Address

If you want to write to the TSA about a problem or praise for your travel experience, you can address your letter to the Department of Homeland Security.

Department of Homeland Security
US Department of Homeland Security
Washington, DC 20528
Attn: TSA

Official Website

If you need to learn more about the TSA and any/all guidelines for travel, you can visit the official website at http://www.tsa.gov. At the bottom of the Contact Us page you will find helpful links for special travelers, including links for people with disabilities and medical conditions and the Pre Check system for faster screening.

Customer Service Email

There is a dedicated email address if you want to contact the TSA: TSA-ContactCenter@dhs.gov

However, there are dedicated contact forms for many of the most common issues visitors could be facing. For a complete list of contact forms visit the Contact TSA page. Some of the more commonly used forms include:

You can also contact the TSA customer service department through the Talk2TSA link at https://apps.tsa.dhs.gov/talktotsa/. This page is attached to the TSA blog. We were told to use this form to comment on TSA travel-related experiences rather than call the TSA.

Our Experience

We called the TSA customer service line in hopes of learning how you can move through the system faster. If you’re calling about a threat, press 2 as soon as the call is answered – otherwise you have to stay on the line for the list of options. There is a lengthy message before the list begins and you cannot press 0 to bypass the list. If you want to comment on your TSA experience, our agent advised us to visit the TSA blog. The blog can be accessed by clicking the Talk2TSA link at the bottom of the main TSA website.

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4 Comments on “Contact TSA Customer Service
  1. When traveling out of Redmond/Bend airport on February 26th, I lost a scarf with jewelry on it and one of your employees hunted it down for me and ran to catch me before I boarded my plane to Salt Lake City. His name is Heidt and I wanted to thank you for hiring such a helpful employee. He did not give me his name – someone else gave me this information. I do not know his full name.

  2. I was part of the orginal TSA Team that was rolled out in 2001. Customer service was a large part of our training. Passengers should always be in sight of thier belongings, that was expressed to us. Today, 03/31/2013 I went through Terminal C, was flying Jet Blue out of c-36. I was told I couldn’t hold onto me wallet that it didn’t to be xrayed. I requested that to have a physical search be made and was told by a Supervisor no, I didn’t have a choice. What could possible be in my wallet? Meanwhile I was never questioned about the two pounds of frozen sauceages that was in my suitcase. This guy was rude and shouldn’t be in that capacity. I fly all the time and have never had an issue. Please bring back that customer service training and treat the customers of the airlines with respect.

  3. I am a resident from Oregon and go to Arizona every Memorial weekend bird hunting.I follow all the rules transporting my fire arm in a hard case with three locks applied one in the middle and one on each end. When I check it in and sign the proper release form it then goes behind the counter for your T.S.A. Officer to re-open the case and double check. FINE. On my route home from PHX Phoenix Sky harbor September 4th Flight #663 to Medford via Portland,One combination lock PSA approved was missing and for the second year running. I didn,t complain about it last year but now this is a bit much. I expect you to reimburse me with two combination locks due to your employees carelessness. There is no excuse for this if the job being performed is being done cautiously. Your response is appreciated. Peter M Calabro. September 5 2014. USA CITIZEN.

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