TRAVEL RESOURCE LINKS
Here are some useful links for your travel plans. Use this page as your resource guide to find important information about travel advisories, passport information, health and vaccine information , and other important information for your trip.
Whether you are an American citizen traveling abroad or a foreign citizen traveling to the U.S., get all the information you need before you head overseas. This website contains tips for traveling abroad, passport and visa applications and document requirements.
This site gives the Center for Disease Control’s recommended health precautions and warnings for travelers.
Obtain worldwide travel announcements and advisories.
The Universal Currency Converter™, the world’s most popular currency tool, allows you to perform interactive foreign exchange rate calculations on the Internet, using live, up-to-the-minute currency rates.
One of the easiest of the international time conversion sites around, ideal in case you need to know what time it is in Zimbabwe, or anywhere else!
All you need to know about current weather conditions and three to five day forecasts throughout the world.
Get door-to-door driving directions, detailed maps, plus helpful travel links.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is responsible for the safety of civil aviation. The FAA issues and enforces regulations and aircraft standards and certifies airmen and airports that serve air carriers. They develop air traffic rules, assign the use of airspace and control air traffic.
Keep your little ones safe while flying. Learn about the importance of using a child restraint system. It is safer than holding your child in your lap. Most airlines will offer discounts of up to 50% for children less than two years of age.
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INDIVIDUAL ENTRY AND EXIT REQUIREMENTS. Each foreign country holds different views of past criminal offenses, whether within or outside of their boundaries. If you have a current or past offense and you are unsure how the country you are traveling to (or through) views that offense, please contact that country directly for entry and exit requirements. (See: http://travel.state.gov/content/passports/english/country.html)
We feel it is an invasion of privacy for any member of our staff to make such an inquiry. For example, if traveling to or through Canada, American with a Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) record should always check whether current rules exclude admission, and potential waivers. (See: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/faq/inadmissibility/index.asp)