Traveling on the LIAT network is considered International travel. All customers are required to present proof of identity such as:
Proof of citizenship such as a passport at the LIAT check-in counter.
Passengers must also be in possession of a copy of their itinerary as proof of their onward or return journey.
Passengers must keep proper documentation on their person during travel.
It is the passenger’s responsibility to ensure that they have in their possession the correct documents needed for travel to any destination.
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC NATIONALS VISA REQUIREMENT
Customers originating from the Dominican Republic who wish to travel to the Commonwealth of Dominica are reminded that a Visa is required for entry into that island. Please be advised that passengers who are not in possession of this document will be denied entry.
U.S. VISA WAIVER REQUIREMENT
Electronic System for Travel Authorisation(ESTA)
LIAT advises its customers that there are now additional requirements to travel visa-free to the United States. Effective January 20, 2010, nationals of Visa Waiver Program (VWP) countries need an electronic travel authorisation (ESTA) before traveling to the United States. The application requires basic biographical and travel information to be entered. Passengers will also need to fill out a green I-94W form upon arrival in the U.S. If you are in possession of a passport of an eligible country and you plan to travel to the United States you must have ESTA approval and present proof of same to LIAT at the time of check-in. Failure to comply will result in check-in being denied. A printed copy of the ESTA approval will meet the LIAT requirement.
Nationals of Visa Waiver Program countries will still be eligible to travel without a visa but will have to obtain an approved ESTA prior to travel to the United States. Following is the list of countries which participate in the Visa Waiver Program:
Applications may be submitted at any time prior to travel however the Department of Homeland Security recommends that travel authorization applications be submitted at least 72 hours prior to travel. Unless revoked, travel authorizations are valid for two years from the date of authorization, or until your passport expires, whichever comes first.