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Fly-Rights: A Consumer Guide to Air Travel
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Fly-Rights: A Consumer Guide to Air Travel
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Guidance on air fares, tickets, schedules, delays, cancellations, baggage, frequent-flyer programs, scams, health, safety, security, how to complain, and more.
Available: online, as pdf
Language: English
Cost: Free
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I Am a U.S. Citizen: How Do I Get Information About Requirements for Traveling Abroad?
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I Am a U.S. Citizen: How Do I Get Information About Requirements for Traveling Abroad?
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U.S. citizens need a passport when traveling to, or returning from, most foreign countries. Learn more about exceptions to this rule and to confirm current travel requirements.
Available: as pdf
Language: English
Cost: Free
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New Horizons: Information for the Air Traveler with a Disability
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New Horizons: Information for the Air Traveler with a Disability
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This guide is designed to offer travelers with disabilities a brief but authoritative source of information about the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA). (Previous item number: 389B)
Available: online, as pdf
Language: English
Cost: Free
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Prepare for Takeoff: Prohibited Items List
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Prepare for Takeoff: Prohibited Items List
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For the safety and security of the traveling public, TSA, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and/or airlines have prohibited certain items from being brought onto airplanes in carry-on and/or checked bags. To help you plan ahead and avoid the potential of additional screening, be sure to check out the prohibited items listed and pack accordingly.
Available: as pdf
Language: English
Cost: Free
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These Fly, These May Not
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These Fly, These May Not
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Discusses hazardous materials may be prohibited in checked or carry-on baggage in commercial aircraft, or have restrictions.
Available: as pdf
Language: English
Cost: Free
 
Children
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Childproof Your Flight
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Childproof Your Flight
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When you're traveling by airplane, an approved child restraint system (CRS) is the only way to make sure your little one will be safe in the event of turbulence or an emergency.
Available: as pdf
Language: English
Cost: Free
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When Kids Fly Alone
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When Kids Fly Alone
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There are no Department of Transportation regulations concerning travel by these "unaccompanied minors," but the airlines have specific procedures to protect the well-being of youngsters flying by themselves. This booklet summarizes some of the most common airline policies.
Available: as pdf
Language: English
Cost: Free
 
Pets
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Bringing Pets and Wildlife into the United States
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Bringing Pets and Wildlife into the United States
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Read about licensing and health requirements to bring pets or wildlife into the U.S.
Available: as pdf
Language: English
Cost: Free
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