Important Passport and International Travel Information

Please Note: If you are traveling to a foreign country a government issued, non-expired U.S. passport book (with at least four blank visa pages) is required, regardless of age, for the destinations to which you are traveling. The name on your reservation must match exactly the name on your passport. Look at the expiration date on your passport. Please make sure your passport is valid for at least 6 months after travel is completed (some countries require one year). Children under the age of 18 traveling with only one parent or someone who is not a parent or legal guardian should travel with a notarized letter of consent. U.S. citizens may be denied entry to a country if they have ever been charged or convicted of a serious crime, including a DUI. It is the traveler’s responsibility to provide the correct documentation as described and failure to do so may result in denied boarding or entry. We are unable to refund unused flights, hotels, or add-ons because of denied boarding or denied entry to a foreign country. For more information please visit or U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

ID Required to Board Flights: The TSA requires you to carry a government issued ID in order to board a flight traveling within the United States and a passport for any flight traveling outside the United States. The name, date of birth and gender that appears on the ID must exactly match the same such data that is listed on your airline ticket(s) and booking record(s). Failure to strictly comply may result in denied boarding or an undue delay at an airport security checkpoint.

Zika Virus Information: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is urging pregnant women-at any stage of pregnancy- to consider postponing travel to several countries in South America, Central America, and the Caribbean where a virus linked to birth defects is reportedly being transmitted through mosquito bites. Specific areas are likely to change over time. For a current list please visit the CDC website. The CDC advises women who are contemplating or trying to get pregnant to talk to their doctor before traveling to these areas and to take extra precautions to avoid mosquito bites. Please visit for more information.