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Old 06-08-2006, 03:23 PM
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Flying to the States

I booked a trip with airmiles to the US in August. The nice lady at Airmiles told me I doidn't need a passport to fly to the States, which is different from what I have heard.

I cross the line once a month to pick up parts with a birth certificate and a driver's licence, but that is driving.
Do they give you a hard time boarding a flight without a passport?

Someone who has done this recently, please type back at me

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Old 06-10-2006, 01:01 AM
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I haven`t flown for afew years so I am not sure. I don`t think it is a requirement yet but it`s supposed to be coming. You have time to get a passport and that could save having any problems. At the very least get a form of picture id, Sask. has driver licence photos.
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Passport for sure when Flying in.

Driver's license or approved Government picture Identification PLUS, birth certificate when Driving in.
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MIllion this has me real concerned that I will get to Toronto and not be able to cross the line to Slickstock in the puddle jumper to Pa.
Airmiles and the AMA have both told me that I DON'T need a passport... have you heard different?

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Old 06-16-2006, 04:06 PM
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You NEED a passport at the airport.

Only ground access (driving in) to the US is NOT Passport governed.

Then you require a vaild Driver's License and Birth Certificate.

You can go thru customs right in if you fly direct to the US Canada .
Since you are flying to TO you will have to go thru customs there.

I went to Arizona last November and they asked for my passport 3 times before I got ON the plane in Calgary , then once again in the US.

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