|Quoting Vorticity (Reply 2):|
There is some question about what kind of ID is required. I know people who have gotten on using their NASA ID badge. Apparantly any Govt. issued ID will be accepted.
|Quoting 57AZ (Reply 5):|
As long as it's a photo ID with employee signature, it's indeed acceptable as proof of identification. Standard is usually either state issued driver's license, passport or military identification card. Also, be aware that if you request a temporary replacement driver's license, it might not have a photo on it (varies from state to state). This pertains to MI as I had to do a passport application for a MI resident who had her purse stolen. She contacted the state DMV assuming that the replacement license they issued her would have a photo. It did not. However, she did have access to her expiring passport and went through the process of getting an expidited renewal so that she could travel.
|Quoting Bridogger6 (Reply 3):|
Nope you can still get on planes without photo ID. The part about the SSSS is right though, you'll get that for sure... but technically you can still get on a plane without a photo ID
|Quoting Komododx (Reply 7):|
You must have photo ID to fly
|Quoting Lincoln (Reply 14):|
Not to mention that i have a California Driver's License (which is what I always use, and gets me plenty of strange looks when checking in at CLE, where I now live, when I'm rarely flying to California*.