The best day to buy a flight is the day before.
What time should I arrive at the airport?
Arrive 1 hour early for international flights and 2 hours for domestic flights.
When should I present my passport? What do I need to bring with me?
Present your passport at least one month prior to departure or as soon as you receive it (at minimum!). You will also need proof of vaccinations, such as proof of yellow fever vaccination if required by your country’s government, and there may be additional requirements for countries that require specific documentation. It’s always good to check with your doctor or travel clinic about what might be needed ahead of time – last minute changes in rules and regulations can happen often! When traveling abroad, consider getting inoculated against hepatitis A and B so that if you are exposed to those viruses while overseas you have an extra layer of protection from illness upon return home. In addition, please visit our Vaccinations page where we provide more information on vaccines themselves as well as their cost/benefits/risks when travelling internationally. Avoid bringing strollers because they take up space in overhead compartments; instead use a soft-sided bag that can go under the seat pad provided it doesn’t weigh too much (over 15 lbs.) Bring along any medications you want easily accessible since airport security screenings often involve body scanners which don’t allow liquids through machines but still leave pills intact – this means TSA agents won’t