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What You Need to Know About REAL ID for Domestic and International Travel


Ready to catch your flight? Before you prepare for take off, have you taken a moment to read the most recent air travel documentation requirements? Many new changes are taking effect and it's in your best interest to plan ahead for the next time you will be travelling by air, either domestically or internationally. We've partnered with the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA) to share important info they have compiled a simple tool kit for travelers. Unexpected delays can start your travel plans along the wrong path or even put an end to your vacation or business travel itinerary before you even begin your trip. Here's what you need to know about REAL ID for domestic and international travel.



What You Need to Know About REAL ID for Domestic and International Travel
USTOA, Guest Post Contributor


Many states in the U.S. have only recently began issuing compliant licenses and state identification cards, which means that travelers may still hold a non-REAL ID compliant license that will not suffice for domestic air travel. Most recently, the Department of Homeland Security has made the decision to allow electronic submissions of the documents that are required to obtain a REAL ID, a positive step ahead of the deadline.



To lighten the mood and creatively share this information, USTOA partnered with comedian Harrison Greenbaum, who hilariously attempts to explain REAL ID in a 60 second video. Travelers can watch (and learn) by visiting YouTube.

"Travelers can also learn more about REAL ID by visiting the USTOA Travel Blog, which is constantly being updated with stories and tips from industry professionals," said Terry Dale, president and CEO of USTOA. "Plus, with everything from passport and visa advice, to packing secrets and trip inspiration, it's a helpful resource to stay up to date and continue learning."

Read the USTOA Travel Blog at ustoa.com/blog.

For more information on USTOA, visit www.ustoa.com, call 212-599-6599, or email information@ustoa.com.

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