Essential Travel Advice
It is your responsibility to make sure you have all the travel documents you need, such as passports, visas and inoculation certificates. If you do not have the right documentation you could be denied boarding the plane – and you may not be entitled to a refund or travel on a future flight. If you manage to board the plane, you may be refused entry into the Country when you arrive at your destination and could be flown straight back. If so, you will not be entitled to a refund. Some Countries also specify that you have a minimum period of validity left on your passport.
The UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) provides up to date information and foreign travel advice on health, safety, security and local laws as well as current passport and visa information at www.gov.uk/travelaware to help British travellers make informed choices about travelling abroad and to be prepared for an overseas holiday.
For the latest travel advice from the FCO we strongly recommend that you check www.gov.uk/travelaware at the time of booking and closer to departure as well as following @FCOtravel on Twitter and at Facebook.com/FCOtravel on Facebook.
We also recommend that you register to receive email alerts relating to changes in Foreign Office Travel Advice for the country or countries you will be travelling to at www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice
Take a look at the UK Government’s handy summary of the basic Travel Aware Essentials you need to consider when travelling abroad.
When travelling outside the UK, please look at current travel health advice from National Travel Health Network and Centre.
Visiting &/or transiting the United States of America including Hawaiian Islands
Entry requirements including passports & visas can be found by following the links below: