To be able to travel, you will be required to present the necessary documents:
- Your boarding pass valid for travel on the same day Boarding passes issued by the staff at the airline's ticket counter, as well as those issued by the curbside check-in, the airline's self-service ticket kiosk, and online from the airline's website will all be accepted.
- A valid government-issued photo ID for domestic travel The ID, such as a driver's license, must indicate your name as it appears on your boarding pass, your date of birth, your gender, and the documents expiration date. For more information on what forms of ID are accepted, please check with your local airport authority.
- A passport for ALL international travel Passport and visa requirements for international travel are available online. Make sure you have all the necessary travel documents for your trip. You are responsible for complying with foreign entry requirements, including that your travel documents, such as passports and visas (transit, business, tourist, and otherwise) are in order and that any other foreign entry requirements are met. Your passport should be valid for at least six months beyond the date of your expected return.
Please note: Canadian citizens are required to present a current valid Canadian passport for entry or transit through most countries. Please consult the Visa requirements section found on the Government of Canada website: http://travel.gc.ca/travelling/documents/visas for all entry/exit requirements, travel tips, and local health information.
If you are a non-Canadian citizen or require assistance, please visit www.visahq.ca or contact us and we will assist you in obtaining such information. However, the final responsibility for obtaining the necessary information and complying with any passport, visa, and health requirements remains with you solely.