All airlines in Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport require that you arrive at the check-in counter, the flight's departure gate, and even onboard and in your assigned seat a decreed amount of time before the flight's scheduled departure time. Passengers are strictly required to review the terms of TSA beforehand and firmly adhere to the rules. To forecast Baton Rouge Metropolitan airport TSA security wait time, BTR uses leveraging flight volume data and TSA staffing models. Using advanced data science, wait times for BTR airport is within five minutes inaccuracy, as validated by large US airlines. The TSA strongly recommends to arrive at the airport at the suggested from airline arrival time and check with the airline for ticket counter wait times, possible changes to flight schedules, as these and other factors influence how early passenger has to arrive at Baton Rouge BTR At Baton Rouge. Metropolitan Airport passengers who move through the security checkpoints should anticipate waiting on average for 8 minutes.

Baggage Claim

Baton Rouge Airport (BTR) The baggage claim area is situated on the north-west side of the terminal's first floor near the restrooms. There are baggage officers, in blue blazers, who can assist you or file a request about lost or damaged baggage.

Departure Terminals

Baton Rouge Metropolitan International Airport has one terminal, and two concourses – concourse A and concourse B, to serve and operate departure and arrival passengers. Also, the terminal houses ticket desks, check-in, and the airport's security checkpoints. Departing areas are easily accessible by walking or moving walkways after passing through the relevant security checkpoints.