Effective November 1, 2010, traveling will require full Secure Flight Passenger, a program started in 2009, for those traveling to/from/within/over the United States on any of U.S. carriers regardless of their ultimate destination. The TSA said there WILL BE NO exceptions to this new policy; 100 % compliance is necessary by all airlines and travelers.
What will you need to provide to the airline or travel agent?
- · Your full name as it appears on the government-issued I.D you plan to use when traveling
- · Date of birth
- · Gender
- · Redress number (if available)
It is a good idea check with the airline and/or travel agency that this information has been placed in your reservation. For more information check out the TSA website or contact AFCnet and we can help answer any questions or concerns you might have.