Global Entry Airports

US airports designated for Global Entry program participation, as of Oct. 4, 2016. Global Entry is a voluntary program that allows for dedicated US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) processing of pre-approved travelers arriving in the US at Global Entry kiosks located at designated airports. 

The table is organized by state.

Source: Federal Register





CityStateAirport NameAirport CodeGlobal Entry operational Date (on or before)
AnchorageAlaskaTed Stevens International AirportANCJuly 13, 2015
FairbanksAlaskaFairbanks International AirportFAIApril 3, 2017
PhoenixArizonaPhoenix Sky Harbor International AirportPHXSeptember 22, 2012
Los AngelesCaliforniaLos Angeles International Airport LAXFebruary 6, 2012
OaklandCaliforniaOakland International AirportOAKApril 3, 2017
SacramentoCaliforniaSacramento International AirportSMFApril 3, 2017
San DiegoCaliforniaSan Diego International AirportSANJune 25, 2013
San FranciscoCaliforniaSan Francisco International AirportSFOFebruary 6, 2012
San JoseCaliforniaNorman Y. Mineta San Jose International AirportSJCApril 3, 2017
Santa AnaCaliforniaJohn Wayne AirportSNAJune 25, 2013
DenverColoradoDenver International AirportDENSeptember 22, 2012
Fort LauderdaleFloridaFt. Lauderdale Hollywood International AirportFLLFebruary 6, 2012
MiamiFloridaMiami International AirportMIAFebruary 6, 2012
OrlandoFloridaOrlando International AirportMCOFebruary 6, 2012
SanfordFloridaSanford-Orlando International AirportSFBFebruary 6, 2012
TampaFloridaTampa International AirportTPAJune 25, 2013
AtlantaGeorgiaHartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International AirportATLFebruary 6, 2012
HonoluluHawaiiHonolulu International AirportHNLFebruary 6, 2012
ChicagoIllinoisChicago Midway International AirportMDWJuly 13, 2015
ChicagoIllinoisChicago O’Hare International AirportORDFebruary 6, 2012
HebronKentuckyCincinnati/Northern Kentucky International AirportCVGJuly 13, 2015
New OrleansLouisianaLouis Armstrong New Orleans International AirportMSYApril 3, 2017
BaltimoreMarylandBaltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall AirportBWIJune 25, 2013
BostonMassachusettsBoston-Logan International AirportBOSFebruary 6, 2012
RomulusMichiganDetroit Metropolitan Wayne County AirportDTWFebruary 6, 2012
MinneapolisMinnesotaMinneapolis-St. Paul International AirportMSPSeptember 22, 2012
Kansas CityMissouriKansas City International AirportMCIApril 3, 2017
St. LouisMissouriLambert-St. Louis International AirportSTLApril 3, 2017
Las VegasNevadaLas Vegas-McCarran International AirportLASFebruary 6, 2012
NewarkNew JerseyNewark Liberty Internatioinal AirportEWRFebruary 6, 2012
JamaicaNew YorkJohn F. Kennedy International AirportJFKFebruary 6, 2012
CharlotteNorth CarolinaCharlotte Douglas International AirportCLTSeptember 22, 2012
MorrisvilleNorth CarolinaRaleigh-Durham International AirportRDUJune 25, 2013
ClevelandOhioCleveland Hopkins International AirportCLEJuly 13, 2015
PortlandOregonPortland International AirportPDXJune 25, 2013
PhiladelphiaPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia International AirportPHLFebruary 6, 2012
PittsburghPennsylvaniaPittsburgh International AirportPITJuly 13, 2015
San JuanPuerto RicoSan Juan-Luis Munoz Marin International AirportSJUFebruary 6, 2012
AustinTexasAustin-Bergstrom International AirportAUSJuly 13, 2015
DallasTexasDallas Fort Worth International AirportDFWFebruary 6, 2012
HoustonTexasGeorge Bush Intercontinental AirportIAHFebruary 6, 2012
HoustonTexasWilliam P. Hobby International AirportHOUApril 3, 2017
San AntonioTexasSan Antonio International AirportSATJune 25, 2013
Salt Lake CityUtahSalt Lake City International AirportSLCJune 25, 2013
BurlingtonVermontBurlington International AirportBTVApril 3, 2017
SterlingVirginiaWashington Dulles International AirportIADFebruary 6, 2012
SeattleWashingtonSeattle-Tacoma International Airport-SEATACSEAFebruary 6, 2012
MilwaukeeWisconsinGeneral Mitchell International AirportMKEJuly 13, 2015


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