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Travel and Visa

All individuals from outside the United States require a valid passport to enter the United States. To determine if you also require a visa to enter the United States and the required documentation, please visit this website for more details.

If needed for your country, you will be able to order an official Visa Letter from INTA during the registration process. 

Applying for a visa can take time and you are encouraged to start the process early. 

Attention: Visa Waiver Program (VWP) travelers to the United States must apply for ESTA (Electronic System of Travel Authorization).

The United States Department of Homeland Security requires residents of certain countries who wish to travel to the United States to apply for ESTA.  

For more information on the VWP and for a list of the participating countries, visit

If you plan on attending the Annual Meeting, you will need to apply for ESTA at least three (3) days prior to departure.

Learn more about ESTA by clicking on the links below.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection and these FAQs 
Visa Waiver Program Info  
Application for ESTA

Domestic Travelers

The REAL ID Act establishes minimum security standards for license issuance and production and prohibits Federal agencies from accepting for certain purposes driver’s licenses and identification cards from states not meeting the Act’s minimum standards. Starting Jan. 22, 2018, the T.S.A. will ask all travelers who don’t have a driver’s license from a compliant state or a state that has been granted an extension to the compliance deadline (this means that residents can continue using their noncompliant license for federal purposes while the state continues working to be in compliance) to provide an alternative form of acceptable identification. Travelers won’t be able to pass through security without this acceptable identification.

The D.H.S. has designated more than a dozen forms of acceptable ID including a passport; a border ID card; a trusted traveler card, such as Global Entry; a Real ID compliant driver’s license; and a permanent resident card. For a complete list, visit

world® is pleased to be the official airline alliance of the 140th Annual Meeting

As a registered attendee, you can access discounted flights for travel to this event.

Book Your Flights Today

Attendee Benefits:

• Discounts on flights for attendees and one travel companion. 
• Travel up to seven days before and seven days after the event.
• Flights available from all oneworld member airlines and affiliates.
• Enjoy a user-friendly booking tool showing the most convenient flight options.
• 24-hour support via email or phone.
• Earn rewards and tier status points on eligible oneworld flights.
• Frequent flyer privileges including access to some 650 premium airport lounges worldwide, fast track at security lanes in selected airports and extra baggage allowance.*
• Seamless connections and quality service on oneworld member airlines. 

Take advantage today!
Visit, select ‘Attendee’ and enter event code OW61B17 to access our online booking tool. 

oneworld, the premier global airline alliance, brings together 13 leading airlines from around the world - American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific Airways, Finnair, Iberia, Japan Airlines, LATAM Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas, Qatar Airways, Royal Jordanian, S7 Airlines and SriLankan Airlines. Together with around 30 affiliate members, oneworld’s network currently serves more than 1,000 destinations in 150 countries. For more information please visit

*Privileges depend on your oneworld tier status level. For more information visit  

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