Have your boarding pass in hand before you even leave for the airport.
What Do I Need to Bring to the Airport?
IDENTIFICATION AND DOCUMENTATION
All travelers, no matter their destination, should have a valid, government-issued ID such as a driver’s license or passport with them at all times while traveling.
U.S. CITIZENS LEAVING THE U.S
- For information about your destination country’s entry and visa requirements, refer to the U.S. Department of State and Foreign Entry Requirements.
- Many countries require that you obtain your visa before you enter their country.
- If your itinerary includes a transit stop (e.g. connecting flight) in a country that is not your final destination, you may also need a transit visa regardless if you plan to exit the airport or not.
Your WorldTravelService® agent can help you determine the requirements for your destination(s).
U.S. CITIZENS ENTERING THE U.S
- Via Air: Since June 1, 2009, all U.S. citizens (including infants and children) entering the U.S. by air must present a passport or other approved travel document.
- Via Sea/Land Ports: U.S. citizens entering the U.S. at sea or land ports of entry are required to have documents complying with the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI), most commonly a U.S. passport, a passport card, a trusted traveler card (NEXUS, SENTRI or FAST), or an enhanced driver’s license ( EDL).