When passengers travel, they will be required to provide us with the following Secure Flight Passenger information when making a reservation.
- Name as it appears on government-issued ID when traveling
- Date of birth
The airline will transmit this information to Secure Flight, who uses it to perform watch list matching. This serves to prevent individuals on the No Fly List from boarding an aircraft and to identify individuals on the Selected List for enhanced screening. After matching passenger information against government watch lists, Secure Flight transits the matching results back to the airlines.
Whenever you travel outside of the states, you will be required to have a valid passport. Many destinations require your passport to be valid for 6 months past your date of return. You may also need to acquire a VISA to travel to different destinations. Your travel agent can point you in the right direction.
When booking your travel you will need to supply your agent with your full legal name as represented on your passport, date of birth, gender, and your passport number along with its country of issue, and expiration.
When planning a trip, nobody wants to think about what might go wrong, but the reality is that things can go wrong even with the most meticulously prepared trips. Flights can get cancelled; luggage can get lost; and injuries can occur. Do you have a plan for those less-than-perfect vacation moments?
To make sure your vacation isn’t completely derailed in case something does come up, you may want to consider purchasing a travel insurance policy. It’s a quick and inexpensive way to protect your family and your finances so you can enjoy your travels worry-free.
The My Travel Guard travel insurance plan allows you to choose the coverage limits to meet your travel insurance needs. Add the Cancel for Any Reason option for maximum flexibility in your travel plans. It takes just 2 minutes to get a quote.