I work for American Airlines as a reservations Agent Since 2000. Our children are grown & gone. I work in...
No, but it would help. Going to and from Puerto Rico, you only need a Gov. issued Photo ID, such as a Driver's Licence, or a State issued ID Card, or if you work for the Federal Gov. or a State Government Agency, you can use that for ID, but the names must match.
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Hi. just confirming the previous information...
"Contrary to a number of inaccurate press reports stemming from a July 16, 2012 article that misquoted a State Department Bureau of Consular Affairs official, there is no passport requirement for U.S. citizens for direct travel between the mainland United States and U.S. territories, including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
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