We are required to collect 'Advance Passenger Information' from all passengers before travel, on behalf of government authorities.
You can use ba.com, an airport check-in kiosk or go to a check-in desk to do this.
Please provide this information as early as possible, and at least 72 hours before your flight's scheduled departure. If you have not yet given us your APIS information, you can do that now, through 'Manage My Booking'.
With the requirements for entry into different countries increasing, it is important that you find out what travel documentation you need for your trip.
British Airways has arranged a new partnership with VisaCentral, a CIBT company, who will take the hassle out of obtaining a valid passport and any travel visas that you may need for an international trip. As a British Airways customer, you will also receive a 30% discount on all their passport and visa service fees.
VisaCentral can organise a travel visa or a valid passport for you, if you are in the following countries:
You can check for free what documentation is required for your journey anywhere in the world. If you are in the following countries, VisaCentral can help you obtain a travel visa. That's one less thing for you to worry about before you fly.
It's your responsibility to know what the health, passport and travel visa requirements are for the countries that you will be travelling to.
The IATA Travel Centre website has up-to-the-minute information about what you will need for where you are going. You will be able to find out what your health, passport and visa needs will be for each country that you're visiting. You can also find out customs, currency and airport information for your destination.
Customers holding Australian, Canadian or US passports are required to pay a Reciprocity Fee to enter Argentina before they travel. Since 1 March 2013, arriving passengers are no longer able to pay this fee when they enter Argentina and are required to have paid online prior to travel.