Forms and Documents

Learn all about the documents you need.

Choose your origin and destination to find out which are the documents you need to fly.

Domestic flights within Mexico

EVERYONE NEEDS

 

· Valid Official ID

IFE, Passport or Professional License.

 

INFANTS, MINORS UNDER 18 AND PEOPLE UNDER LEGAL CUSTODY

 

· Valid Official ID

Birth certificate or immunization record.

 

PREGNANT WOMEN

 

· Doctor’s letter

If you are going to travel after the 28th week of your pregnancy (7 months), this letter must include:

-        Medical authorization to travel during the dates of your flight. If the dates are not included, the letter will be valid only for 5 days after its expedition.

-        Your full name.

-        The doctor’s full name, professional license and phone number.

 

 

PETS AND SERVICE ANIMALS

 

· Animal Health Certificate:

Original document and a copy of a certificate issued by a qualified veterinarian and dated no more than 5 days before the flight’s departure. If the return flight is scheduled for more than 5 days after the certificate emission, you’ll need to present a new one that complies with the date requirements.

For more information, please visit: www.cdc.gov/animalimportation/bringinganimaltous.html

 



Please Consider:

For domestic flights, you can print your boarding pass at our website 72 to 1 hour(s) before your flight. Similarly, you can print your boarding pass at the airport kiosk from 24 hours to 45 minutes before your flight (if you’re not checking any baggage). If you plan to check baggage, we recommend arriving at least 2 hours before your flight, as the check-in process at the counter ends 45 minutes before departure. The boarding process ends 30 minutes before departure, so we recommend arriving at the final waiting room before then.

Departing from Mexico

DOCUMENTS:


· Valid Passport

This applies to citizens from:

- Mexico

- USA

- Canada

- Participating countries of the Visa Waver Program (Tourists, Residents and Dual Nationality)

- Other nationalities (Tourists and Residents)

 

For more information, visit the site of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs here.

 

· Resident card

This applies to you if you are a Mexican citizen or have another nationality, and you are a resident of the USA.

[REMEMBER YOUR PASSPORT IS ALSO NEEDED]

 

· Valid Visa

It applies for Mexican citizens and other nationalities (Tourists), except American, Canadian and countries participating in the Visa Waver Program.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

 

U.S. Visas


A citizen of a foreign country who wishes to enter the United States must first obtain a visa, either a nonimmigrant visa for temporary stay, or an immigrant visa for permanent residence. Visitor visas are nonimmigrant visas for people who want to enter the United States temporarily, for business (visa category B-1), tourism, pleasure or visiting (visa category B-2), or a combination of both purposes (B-1/B-2).

 

Visa Waiver Program


The Visa Waiver Program (VWP) allows citizens of participating countries to travel to the United States without a visa for a period of 90 days or less, if they meet all requirements.

Travelers must be eligible to use the VWP and have a valid Electronic System for Travel Authorization [ESTA] approval prior to traveling.

 

Please Consider:

If your flight is international, you can print your boarding pass at our website 24 to 1 hour(s) before your flight. Similarly, you can print your boarding pass at the airport kiosk from 24 to 1 hour(s) before your flight* (if you’re not checking any baggage). If you plan to check baggage, we recommend arriving 3 hours before your flight at the check-in icounter, as the check-in process ends 1 hour before departure. The boarding process ends 45 minutes before departure, so we recommend arriving at the final waiting room before then. To enter Mexico, Customs request to all Customers to show their return ticket and the address where they will be staying.

If your flight is international, you can print your boarding pass at our website 24 to 1 hour(s) before your flight. Similarly, you can print your boarding pass at the airport kiosk from 24 to 1 hour(s) before your flight * (if you’re not checking any baggage). If you plan to check baggage, we recommend arriving 3 hours before your flight at the check-in counter, as the check-in process ends 1 hour before departure. The boarding process ends 45 minutes before departure, so we recommend arriving at the final waiting room before then. USA Customs and Border Protection (CBP) request to all Customers to show their return ticket and the address where they will be staying, to enter the country.

 

 

 

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