- For up-to-date travel information
visit the Transportation Security
Administration at www.tsa.gov.
traveling to another country please
visit the U.S. Department of State www.travel.state.gov for current regulations on international
- Share travel itineraries with at
least one business colleague as
well as family members. The itinerary
should include flight information,
local hotel information and local
contact numbers. Advise all parties
of travel plan changes.
- Carry any medical information that
might be required should you be
injured or incapacitated.
- Carry all documentation and receipts
related to your trip and travel
- Allow time for travel processing
and allow airline personnel and
security personnel to do their jobs.
label all baggage, including carry-ons.
On The Day of Travel
- Arrive at the airport well in advance
of scheduled travel.
all flights with your airline carrier
before leaving for the airport.
available all trip documentation
and receipts, including all travel
- Be patient with requests for baggage
checks and documentation.
carry-on baggage to briefcases and
heightened security measures require
more time to screen travelers. Clients
should contact their airline to
find out how early they should arrive
at the airport.
answers to frequently asked questions
about airline travel visit the TSA
For Information on major U.S Airports
Click here North
American Airports information
Track airline flights at FlightView
Before the you arrive at the airport:
not pack or bring Prohibited Items
to the airport. Read the Permitted
and Prohibited Items list.
Pack travel-size containers less
than 3 ounces comfortably in one,
quart-size plastic, zip-top bag. Learn
- Place valuables such as jewelry,
cash and laptop computers in carry-on
baggage only. Tape your business
card to the bottom of your laptop.
- Avoid wearing clothing, jewelry
and accessories that contain metal.
Metal items may set off the alarm
on the metal detector.
- All types of footwear are required
to be removed and placed through
the X-ray machine for screening.
all undeveloped film and cameras
with film in your carry-on baggage.
Checked baggage screening equipment
will damage undeveloped film.
firearms & ammunition to your airline
and place them in your checked baggage.
you wish to lock your baggage, use
a TSA-recognized lock .
not bring lighters or prohibited
matches to the airport.
not pack wrapped gifts and do not
bring wrapped gifts to the checkpoint.
Wrap on arrival or ship your gifts
prior to your departure. TSA may
have to unwrap packages for security
reasons. At the Airport We encourage
each adult traveler to keep his/her
airline boarding pass and government-issued
photo ID available until exiting
the security checkpoint. The absence
of proper identification will result
in additional screening.
the following items IN your carry-on
baggage or in a plastic bag prior
to entering the screening checkpoint:
(personal data assistants)
amounts of jewelry
your laptop and video cameras with
cassettes OUT of their cases and
place them in a bin provided at
Take OFF all outer coats, suit coats,
jackets and blazers.
Subject to change without notice.
For current and full information visit
- Domestic Travel: Domestic (within
the United States) travel by U.S.
citizens: a government issued photo
Travel: Air travel flying out of
the United States now requires a
Citizens: All citizens, including
children and infants, are required
to carry a valid passport.*
It is your responsibility to
know what documentation you
need in order to travel to/from
If you are denied boarding due
to lack of documentation or
incorrect documentation, you
will not be
entitled to any refund nor will
the travel agency or tour company
be liable for any additional
charges or fees.
Limitations & Baggage Weight Limits:
Please check with your airline for
information on baggage restrictions.
is your responsibility to check
directly with the airline carrier(s)
for their baggage limitations.
for scheduled air vary by carrier.
could incur additional expenses
if you go over the limitations.
(you will not be entitled to any
- Most airline carriers allow 2 pieces
of checked baggage and one carry-on
piece per ticketed traveler.
piece of checked baggage may not
exceed a weight of 50 lbs. for domestic
travel and 70 lbs. for international
Please visit the U.S. Department
of State www.travel.state.gov for current regulations on international
Guidelines for travelers...
Under the Western Hemisphere Travel
- Beginning January 23, 2007,
ALL persons, including U.S. citizens,
traveling by air between the United States
and Canada, Mexico, Central and
South America, the Caribbean, and
Bermuda will be required to present
a valid Passport,
Air NEXUS card, or U.S. Coast Guard
Merchant Mariner Document, or an
Alien Registration Card, Form I-551,
early as January 1, 2008, ALL persons, including U.S. citizens,
traveling between the U.S. and
Canada, Mexico, Central and South
America, the Caribbean, and Bermuda
or sea (including
ferries), may be required to present
a valid passport or other documents
as determined by the Department
of Homeland Security. While recent
legislative changes permit a later
deadline, the Departments of State
and Homeland Security are working
to meet all requirements as soon
as possible. Ample advance notice
will be provided to enable the
public to obtain passports or
passport cards for land/sea entries.
The passport requirement does NOT
apply to U.S. citizens traveling to
directly from a U.S. territory. U.S.
citizens returning directly from a
U.S. territory are
not considered to have left the United
States and do not need to present
U.S. territories include the following:
Guam, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin
American Samoa, Swains Island, and
the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana
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