Can You Fly If You Have a Warrant?


If you have a warrant and you plan on taking a domestic flight you probably won't have any problem flying. If you are intending to take an international flight, having a warrant may be a problem because of security database checks. If you name turn up in the security database as a person with a warrant, you will not be able to fly.
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I guess it would depend on the reason for your warrant. I guess a traffic warrant and possibly parking ones wouldn't be. But as long as the airline doesn't ask for a driver's license
1. It depends on which aircraft you fly. 2. Hard to say, but definitely less. 3. 3-4 years. 4. Your entire career. 5. Nope. 6. It's possible, but you'd still have to go through OCS,
Unless the person is not allowed to leave the state due to probationary terms, there is no problem for a felon to fly somewhere, even Hawaii. The outstanding warrant would be another
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