Visa/Passport Info

IT IS THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PASSENGER TO ENSURE THAT THEY HAVE CORRECT AND VALID DOCUMENTATION FOR THEIR TRIP.

VISA INFORMATION:
Effective June 17, 2019, citizens of the United States, Canada, Australia and Japan will be able to travel to Brazil without a visa. The measure benefits holders of a valid passport (valid for @ least 6 months upon arrival in Brasil), traveling for tourism, business, artistic or sports activities. The initiative also covers travelers transiting through Brazil. Visitors will be granted a stay of up to 90 days, with the possibility of an extension for the same period.

VISA REQUIREMENT FOR OTHER COUNTRIES

PASSPORT INFORMATION:
Traveling abroad? New passport requirements are now in effect. Get the latest information on your passport, visa, and health requirements—which can vary by travel mode—well in advance of your trip. We strongly recommends that every traveler be prepared by having a passport; if you don't have one, allow a minimum of 6–8 weeks to obtain one.

Air travel: Passports are now required for all U.S. citizens traveling to or from any international destination via air, with the exception of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Passports will be required for all U.S. citizens traveling to or from the United States via land, sea, and air—regardless of destination.
United States citizens can visit the State Department’s web site http://travel.state.gov, or call the U.S. National Passport Information Center: (877) 4USA-PPT. Please allow at minimum 6–8 weeks for processing of the passport application. If you need to travel urgently and require a passport sooner, expedited processing is available.

For information, please visit: http://travel.state.gov/passport/about/npic/npic_898.html

To find out more information about how to obtain a passport, please visit: http://travel.state.gov/passport/passport_1738.html

To find foreign country entry requirements, please visit: http://travel.state.gov/travel/tips/brochures/brochures_1229.html.

To find U.S. entry requirements for non-citizens, please visit: http://travel.state.gov/visa/visa_1750.html.

CHILDREN TRAVELING ALONE:
General Age Guidelines:
Airline rules vary, but, generally this is what to expect on domestic flights:

Children ages 1 - 4 may fly only when accompanied by an adult. A child must be at least 5 to fly alone.
Children ages 5 - 7 can take a direct flight to a single destination but not connecting flights.
Children 8 and up may change aircraft on most airlines.

If they're between 8 and 11, they will be escorted by airline personnel to their connecting flight. A significant extra charge for this service is usually charged.
Older Children -- age 12 and up -- may not be routinely escorted, but you can request this assistance.

Anyone under the age of 17 who is flying alone on an international flight must have a signed note from a parent or responsible adult giving permission, destination and length of stay.

Please always check the requirements with the Airlines as these conditions are subject to change and also vary by Airline.

Minors must be met at their destination by another parent or responsible adult previously identified to the Airline.