You should call the airline to see what they will accept. However, to my knowledge, you must have a valid picture ID to board the aircraft. If you have a valid passport, I'm thinking that should suffice. Call the airline.
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Is this an immigration question?
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An unexpired passport may be good enough. For more information on what is required as identification for travel, go to www.tsa.gov. Good luck.
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