Valid passport
Travellers going abroad need a valid passport.
Some countries require that your U.S. passport be valid for at least six months after your return trip
other countries may require a longer validity.
If your passport expires before the required validity then you will have to apply for a new one.
Please check with the Consulate(s) of the country(s) that you plan to visit for further details on requirements.
American Citizens can get passport information from the U.S. Depatment of State website at: www.travel.state.gov/passport.
Non‑American citizens should check with their respective Consulate(s).
You will need proper documents to re‑enter the United States

 

Visas
A visa is a stamp that is added to your passport by a country’s Consulate.
Some Countries require American Citizens to get a visa and/or a reciprocity fee to enter.
You must check the entry requirements well in advance of your departure date with the Consulate(s)
of the Country(ies) that you plan to visit.
Visa requirements are subject to change without notice.

Luggage

Please check with your Airline (s) for the latest regulations on pieces of luggage, weight and dimension restrictions.

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Reconfirmation

Airlines have the right to change their schedule without notice.Call your airline three days before your flight to reconfirm the details.

Check in

Arrive at the airport:

  • 3 hours earlier than your International departure time.
  • 2 hours earlier than your Domestic departure time.

Remember: Airplanes will not wait for you. If you miss your flight your ticket will be voided by the airline — you will have to pay a penalty and/or buy a new ticket in order to travel.

Airport Security

Check with your airline for the latest regulations.