The governments of certain countries require airline companies to collect specific information about passengers before starting their trip (API, Advance Passenger Information).
The obligatory information requested by countries such as the United States, Japan and Mexico include passport details, visa details and postal address depending on each country's legislation.
To avoid problems and delays, we recommend that you provide us with your (API) Advance Passenger Information before going to the airport. You can access through Manage your booking
It is also important that the information is correct so that you are not delayed when you pass through immigration upon arrival to those countries.
To find out the documents that are required by the government of the country that you are visiting, check out our Documents page
More information about the requirements of the following countries:
United States legislation requires the following information from all passengers travelling to or from the United States:
Spanish legislation requires the following information from all passengers travelling to Spain from countries that are not part of the Schengen area as well as those returning to the country.
* Countries in the Schengen area:
Germany, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Holland, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland
The authorities of the United Kingdom demand as a requisite to entry and departure that all reservations with flights originating, ending or transiting through the United Kingdom include the following information:
This legislation requires the following information from all passengers travelling to or from Mexico, Cuba and Dominican Republic: