All international flight reservations must be reconfirmed at least 72 hours before departure. Not complying with this rule may result in cancellation of your reservations.
International Flights - check in at least two hours before departure time
Get your paperwork together for around the world travel as soon as your plans are set. Once you know where you're going and roughly how long you're staying, you can research what kind of documents you need for each destination. It's very important to check all of your documents before your trip.
Find the Embassy or Consulate near you. Information on Visa requirements, passport services, such as new passport, lost or stolen passport, passport renew etc.
See foreign travel information for American citizens.
Your passport needs to be valid for at least 6 months following your return from the trip. It is advisable to carry a few passport photos during your travels. For more information regarding passport documents, visit: Frequently asked questions regarding passports and citizenship documents for U.S. Citizens.
For US passport holders, see Foreign Entry Requirements.
Immunization certificates are only demanded these days if traveling to or from an infected area. However, if you are traveling off the beaten track and in tropical areas, certain vaccinations are strongly recommended. Recommended vaccinations for tropical areas are typhoid, yellow fever, cholera and hepatitis. Immunization can protect you from these diseases that are practically nonexistent at home. Malaria prevention is a must for all travelers visiting tropical areas, and for some tropical areas, quinine is not the adequate medication. Please contact your physician for advice on the necessary inoculations. Do not leave this matter to the last moment, as a full course of inoculations in some cases can take up to three months. For accurate up to date information visit the Traveler's Health section of the Center for Disease Control website.
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