This week, the Jackson Hole Airport began construction on the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) Checkpoint. The renovations will affect the TSA lanes and the holding area, but the airport remains open and operating.
According to the Jackson Hole Airport, the improvements will allow for new screening technology and a total of four TSA lanes. Additional seating will also be added to the holding area. The TSA checkpoint is currently the oldest part of the Jackson Hole Airport.
The project is expected to be finished by June 27.