“Can I Fly or Get on an Airplane with a Warrant”?
Absent a crystal ball no one (lawyer or otherwise) can tell you whether or not your name will be run through a criminal justice data base. What I can tell you is that airlines are private businesses and they generally won’t look beyond the “No Fly List” when you make your reservation or when you check-in for ticketing or baggage.
That said, TSA, CBP and ICE and all of the other municipal police who are in and around the airport are law enforcement, and IF a warrant has been entered into a criminal data base and IF your name is run through a criminal data base then you will most probably be taken into custody on your outstanding warrant.
That is a lot of “IF’s”, and while there are many ways that these IF’s can come to fruition (like a passport scan, a traffic stop whether you driving or are a passenger, an accident resulting in your hospitalization, being in the wrong place at the wrong time, etc.) there is only one way to preclude any of them from happening, and that is to deal with your warrant probatively.
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