Required travel documents
Remember that a passport is required for all international flights. Please make sure you check the regulations or immigration requirements every time you make an international trip, as these regulations are constantly changing.
Please note that it is your responsibility to hold all entry, departure and health documents and any other document required by the destination country. If you're not sure what the immigration requirements are, we recommend you check with the consulate / embassy of the destination country before purchasing the ticket.
We invite you to use this tool to see all the information about the passport, visa and health requirements for international journeys. Go to the IATA Travel Centre, and travel relaxed, safe in the knowledge you have all the correct documentation.
From/To United States
For all your journeys to and from, or within, the United States territory, your reservation must contain the exact information displayed on your passport. From November 1, 2010, the TSA (Transportation Security Administration) requires that all reservations include:
During screening for boarding at the departure airport, the TSA will determine in real-time, whether the registered information matches the reservation information and if it fulfills the required conditions.
If the information is not the same the United States TSA will deny access to air service, regardless of the airline.
Authorities and airlines have mechanisms that ensure the privacy of your personal information. For more information please visit www.tsa.gov
Passengers in transit without a Visa
Some countries allow Passengers to transit without a visa (Transit Without Visa TWOV) when due to their flight schedule they have to transit or stop in a country on the way to their destination country.
If you have to stop in a country where you are not a citizen for transit purposes, remember to always take:
* Applies to flights from April 9, 2012.
Information about insecticide treatment in Passenger cabins
Some countries require airlines to use insecticides in Passenger cabins. To see the list of countries please go to: http://ostpxweb.dot.gov.
Department of Transportation Aviation Consumer Protection Division
Information to Passengers from/to Brazil
Please note that according to the provisions of Resolution 2524/98 of the Central Bank of Brazil, we report that passengers entering or leaving the country with currency or money instruments equal to or greater than BRL 10,000 (in cash, checks, travelers checks or the equivalent in other currencies) must declare this to the Brazilian Federal Revenue Service.
Have you got all your documents ready? Now get ready to enjoy the experience of flying with Avianca!