What documents do I need to travel on an international flight?
For domestic flights, you only need your ID card.
For international flights, you need the following documents:
- A valid passport that expires at least six months after the final date of travel.
- Identity card (for citizens of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay traveling within South American countries).
- In some cases, you will need a VISA. This depends on the country of destination and your citizenship.
If you are traveling with a minor, you will have to present a birth certificate or family record book. If the minor is only traveling with one parent, with a third party or alone, an authorization letter to leave the country is required. The certificate must be granted by a judge, public notary or, when abroad, by an accredited consul.
For more information, check the official IATA website or the country of destination’s Consulate website.