UK based travel experts 0203 139 7579

time icon Book online or check our opening hours...
09:00 - 22:00
09:00 - 22:00
09:00 - 22:00
09:00 - 22:00
09:00 - 21:00
09:00 - 19:00
10:00 - 19:00
Phone our UK based travel experts now for great deals on 0203 139 7579

My Trip

What's in your basket?

  • Your holiday is:

    No holiday added

    Add a holiday

  • Your flight is:

    No flight added

    Add a flight

  • Your hotel is:

    No hotel added

    Add a hotel

  • Your car is:

    No car added

    Add car hire

Total amount payable
£0.00

This is a summary of everything you will pay. There are no hidden extra charges.

Search

Go further for less

Great value car hire

Search 1000s of hotels

Find your dream holiday

Where can we take you?

The Advance Passenger Information System (APIS) FAQs

1. What is APIS?

The Advance Passenger Information System or APIS was established by U.S. Customs and Border Protection. APIS provides a limited number of data elements (identification details from the passport and basic flight information) from commercial airlines to the computer system of the destination state.

When travelling to or from certain countries, passengers are required to provide advance passenger information (API) before they check in or they will be unable to fly.

2. Do I need to supply APIS information before I fly?

When travelling to or from certain countries, passengers are required to provide advance passenger information (API) before they check in or they will be unable to fly. These countries include:

- Antigua - Australia - Barbados
- Canada - China - Costa Rica
- Cuba - Dominican Republic - Grenada
- India - Ireland - Jamaica
- Japan - Maldives - Mexico
- Republic of Korea - Russian Federation - Saint Lucia
- Spain - Taiwan - Trinidad & Tobago
- Turkey - United Kingdom - United States

3. How can I enter my APIS information?

APIS information can be added on the airline’s website using the reference found on your e-ticket under ‘airline info’, please check if the destination you are travelling to requires APIS information.

4. If there is more than one airline do I need to add APIS with both airlines?

Yes - you will need to add your APIS for all the airlines you are flying with.