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How will the passport affect Latin American travelers?


The U.S. Government, through the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), has determined that for travel to the United States, the vaccines accepted will include those authorized by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and those on the World Health Organization’s (WHO) emergency use list. The authorized list is as follows:

U.S. law requires the use of a mouth cover at all times during the flight and failure to comply may result in denied boarding or being removed from the flight.

Thank you for your understanding and we continue to check with the appropriate authorities for the timely follow-up of the measures dictated by the USA. Our priority is the safety of our passengers and employees.

Date of birth is required for minors and infants. This is also required for all passengers traveling to/from the U.S. and in accordance with the TSA Secure Flight (TSA) program that requires passengers to provide: full name (as it appears in the valid passport), gender and date of birth.

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has announced a new Order for all air travelers to the United States. Beginning November 8, 2021, all non-immigrant and non-citizen air travelers to the United States will be required to be on a full vaccination schedule and show proof of vaccination before boarding a plane to the United States.

Exceptions to this regulation will be limited. Please contact the nearest Embassy or Consulate to request an exemption. Visit the CDC website for more information on exemptions.

CDC has determined that, for travel to the United States, accepted vaccines will include FDA-approved or licensed vaccines and those on the World Health Organization (WHO) Emergency Use List (EUL). This currently includes Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, as well as vaccines such as AstraZeneca, Covishield, Sinovac and Sinopharm that are on the WHO Emergency Use List (EUL).

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On March 14, 2022, the presentation of the vaccination passport in those places where it was required (leisure and cultural centers, commercial catering, trade fairs and professional shows, etc.) ceased to be mandatory. Similarly, the health passport ceased to be in force on August 1, 2022.

Since the beginning of the crisis, the health control system has made it possible to preserve our health system and to delay the arrival on French territory of variants with worrying characteristics. This system ceased to be in force on August 1, 2022.

However, in the event of the emergence of a dangerous variant, the entry into French territory of travelers from countries considered to be at risk could again be subject to the presentation of a negative virological test.

For information on health regulations concerning entry into the territory of other countries, please consult the Travel Advice section of the website of the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs.

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All international travel requires a passport. If you are traveling to another country, you will need a passport to board the international flight and enter the country. Passport cards will not be accepted as identification for international air travel.

To enter the U.S. through the Visa Waiver Program (VWP), each passenger must have a machine-readable passport. If your passport does not have a machine-readable zone, you will need to have a valid visa.

Permanent residents of Australia and all visa-exempt foreign travelers will need a New Zealand Electronic Travel Authorization (NZeTA). This requirement takes effect from October 1, 2019 for travelers traveling to or from New Zealand.

If you cannot present a valid Yellow Fever vaccination certificate you will be denied entry to Nicaragua and will have to return to where you came from on the next available flight.

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