Required Travel Documentation

Documentation for Domestic Air Travel

 

Beginning October 1, 2021, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will require every resident, who is 18 years of age and older, of a U.S. state or territory to present a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license or another acceptable form of identification (such as a passport or enhanced driver’s license) to go through airport security and board a flight within the U.S. If you or a member of your family will be flying to destinations within the U.S. on or after October 1, 2021, please ensure you have an acceptable document for your air travel. REAL IDs are marked by a star on the top of the card. Visit www.tsa.gov/real-id for more information. It may be necessary to present this identification at other times during the trip.

In addition, Guests 17 years of age or younger may be required to show additional documentation when traveling with a single parent.

If you are not a U.S. citizen, please check with the U.S. Department of State for information on documentation requirements.

Documentation for international TraveL

 

If you are a U. S. citizen, you will need a valid passport to enter a foreign country and return to the United States. It must be valid six months beyond your intended stay and have 1-2 blank pages remaining. Allow yourself sufficient time to have your application processed if you are applying for a new passport or renewing an expired passport. Refer to the U.S. Department of State for further details.

 

To find out if you need a visa to visit your destination, you can visit the U.S. Department of State for further requirements.

In addition, Guests 17 years of age or younger may be required to show additional documentation when traveling with a single parent.

If you are not a U.S. citizen, please check with the embassy for the country you wish to visit for information on documentation requirements.

Passport/Visa Services 

You can apply for a passport and/or visa through CIBT, Inc., a third-party travel document company servicing the travel industry. Contact CIBT for more information or call CIBT at (800) 406-1523. Be sure to mention SB Family Travels, account #105873, for special pricing options.

AIRLINE BAGGAGE POLICIES

The most common fees for traveling in a domestic, Economy Cabin seat are:

  • FREE Carry-on and personal item

  • $30 Each way for your first bag under 50 lbs.

  • $40 Each way for your second bag under 50 lbs. 

If traveling with an infant, exceptions are made for car seats, strollers, and breast pumps. 

For more information, visit AA.com

The most common fees for traveling in a domestic, Economy Cabin seat are:

  • $35 Each way for your first bag under 50 lbs.

  • $45 Each way for your second bag under 50 lbs. 

$5 discount applies when you purchase your checked bags online at least 24 hours prior to departure.

If traveling with an infant, exceptions are made for car seats, strollers, and breast pumps. 

For more information, visit United.com

The most common fees for traveling in a domestic, Main Cabin seat are:

  • FREE Carry-on personal item

  • $30 Each way for your first bag under 50 lbs. 

  • $40 Each way for your second bag under 50 lbs.

If traveling with an infant, exceptions are made for car seats, strollers, and breast pumps. 

For more information visit Delta.com

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Tel: 786-490-6629

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